Easter is a much celebrated time of year for lots of reasons. For many, the opportunity to spend quality time with the kids on the mid-term break is an ideal way to celebrate Easter.
Naturally, community spirit is at the very heart of this occasion! With people coming together to enjoy all of its delights. So, whatever you’ve got planned this Easter, here are some lovely little ways to celebrate.
5 Delightful Ways to Celebrate Easter With The Kiddos!
Celebrate Easter With Spring Walks
Easter is a wonderful reminder that spring has well and truly arrived. April showers are likely to unleash at a moment’s notice and all of the season’s pretty flowers are in bloom. Bees and birds fill the air, and the land is bustling with life once again.
Luckily, the Easter bank holiday weekend offers the perfect opportunity to get outside with the family. So, immerse yourself in nature, and soak up everything this season has to offer. Whether you live in the countryside or city – grab your raincoat, wellies, umbrella, and round up the troops.
It’s the perfect excuse to have a chat and catch up on each other’s lives too. No matter the age!
As an added bonus, you’ll work up an appetite for all those Easter goodies – or, on the other hand, it’s a good way to burn some of it off!
Celebrate Easter By Filling Your Home With Flowers
Easter celebrations call for lots of colour! In the finest sugary tones. The best way to achieve all of these pastel hues in your home is with seasonal flowers. If you plan to celebrate Easter by hosting, a great way to make your guests feel welcome and happy is with blooms placed throughout your home.
Of course, this will also make you feel uplifted and energised at home too!
To get really creative, you can take your seasonal picks and transform them into flower garlands to hang over pictures, or add them to lanterns. Let’s not underestimate the power of a simple flower-filled vase or teapot
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Celebrate Easter By Baking Some Treats!
We can’t talk about Easter without mentioning food! A good Sunday roast has got to be one of the top highlights of Easter. With hot cross buns in abundance, and chocolate by the bucketload, there’s no shortage of treats on the table. Rather than loading up your basket at the shops, though, you could opt for a spot of baking with the kids instead.
Grab all of the extra pairs of hands you can, big or small, and set to work on a sweet or savoury number. (or both!)
Popular Easter sweets include lemon drizzle cake and carrot cake, and popular savoury dishes include crispy pies and tarts with seasonal veg.
Celebrate Easter By Getting Crafty
We’re naturally programmed to be more productive at this brighter time of year, and that often results in making positive changes to our home! Be it with a spring clean, interior refresh, or spot of garden pruning, spring is full of possibilities. So, with Easter around the corner, try channeling this extra energy into decorating with some of your kids handmade wares.
There are tons of things you and your family can work on together in prep for Easter! Painting jars with seasonal colours and animals will make ideal storage for chocolates, or recycling and painting an old newspaper to make Easter-themed bunting will brighten up your dining room a treat.
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Celebrate Easter By Sending a Card
It goes without saying that Easter is best enjoyed with those you love. However, if you can’t be with someone at this special time, then it’s important to let them know you’re thinking of them.
A perfect way to do this is by sending an Easter greeting card. Whistlefish have a charming selection of bold, bright and spring-inspired designs, that are guaranteed to bring joy and make their Easter all the more meaningful.
I know of several elderly relatives who would love to receive a card, just to know that they’re in your thoughts!