This year I’m hosting our second annual Easter egg hunt. Our first one last year was so much fun, we’ve been looking forward to this one for a while. It’s always nice to get together with friends and let the littles play together, while enjoying good food and celebrating the holidays.
My goal today is to start planning and getting things ready for the party. Nothing like waiting until the last minute to get it done. Thankfully I have a smaller workload today and AG is at school for a bit. Hopefully L naps and I am able to get things planned. I’ll definitely be using my party printables, which helps tremendously.
Today, I’m sharing some fun ideas I cam across that would be cute for an Easter egg hunt party, playdate or even just for fun with the little ones!
I made these peep brownies a few years ago. It’s just basic brownie mix, store bought frosting and a few M&M’s. Simple to make and adorable for any Easter party!
I’m a big fan of snack mixes and festive bark. Not only is it fun to make with all the holiday candy, it’s also delicious. I’ve never made bark with graham crackers before, so I think I’ll give this one a try!
How fun are these drinks! They’d even be fun for the parents with some “special juices” mixed in! Carrot Drinks from Just Destiny
I made these for AG & L’s bunny breakfast. One thing on my list to do today is make them for the kids at the party. I hope they’ll love them!
Who doesn’t’ love a little candy with their fruit?!? Again, another easy thing to put together that will have your guests talking!
Last year, I went all out with party favors. This year, I haven’t even thought about what I’m going to do. I love this idea of making carrot playdough. Kids of all ages will love it.
Playdough Carrots from Made to be a Momma
You can never go wrong with a fun game of bingo at a party with littles.
As I mentioned above, I love making holiday snack mixes. This is the one I created this year for Easter. I put little bowls or cups out and the kids are always set with this mix.
Pin the Tail on the Bunny from Sugar and Charm
I made these muffins the first time two years ago and they’ve become one of my most pinned recipes. They were a hit with not only the adults but the kids too. You won’t be able to eat just one!
Do you have any Easter traditions? Any fun ideas for things to do with the kids?