Easter Gifts 2020

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Easter is just around the corner and, although it will likely be spent in a different way to other years, with deliveries still available, you and the children don’t have to miss out on the celebrations from the safety of your own home.

Whether you are looking for something tasty to treat yourselves to, or if you would prefer to avoid chocolate for whatever reason, this roundup will hopefully give you some inspiration on what you can get for yourself or your loved ones this Easter.

Cadbury Eggs

Think Easter, think Cadbury, right? Cadbury have you sorted with a huge selection of eggs of different sizes and at various price points. I personally love the Mini Eggs version as they are just so tasty.

Haribo Easter Treats

If you have a child who doesn’t like or can’t eat chocolate, why not opt for these yummy sweet treats from Haribo instead? Perfect for egg hunts, these gummy sweets are sure to bring a smile to their faces.

Personalised Egg

If you are looking for a personalised egg, Getting Personal have you covered. Their Smash Eggs, which are filled with delicious treats, are made from tasty Belgium chocolate and can be personalised with a name of your choice.

Sweet as Candy

The Easter Sundae egg from M&S looks *almost* too good to eat with a choice of either caramel and fudge or fruit and jelly beans as the flavours.

Letterbox Hamper

Wanting to send a treat to a loved one who you can’t be with for Easter? GiftPup have just the thing – their letterbox hampers are sure to raise a smile and take the sting out of self-isolation. This ‘You’re a Star‘ version includes Prosecco and strawberry bonbons, gourmet champagne heart truffles, a dark chocolate star, Prosecco hard boiled sweets, Strawberry Bellini fudge, two gourmet chocolate bars and a mini fruit cake complete with a gold star. Best bit? The package fits through your letterbox!

Egg Hunt Essentials

If you are planning an egg hunt at home with year, Getting Personal have just the thing to make it extra special. Their personalised egg hunt tote bags come with everything you need for a successful egg hunt including plenty of Cadbury’s chocolate for the kids to find.

Cuddle Buddy Bear

If you would prefer to gift something without sugar but just as sweet, GiftPup have a great selection of non-chocolate gift ideas on their website including this adorable personalised Cuddle Buddy bear. Super soft, this would make a lovely gift for a child this Easter.

Wicked Games

If you need something to keep the kids occupied during the Easter break, Wicked have some fantastic games and activities to choose from. We were sent across a selection including the Indoor Booma Boomerang, Mega Jump Single Jump Rope and UKick – all brilliant at entertaining young and old at this time. You can get 20% off all products on the website currently using code ‘ANGEL20‘.

Activity Prompts

If you need some inspiration for activities to do with young children, playHOORAY! have created some adorable little mini prompts, which are Easter themed with resources found around the home or sourced from the supermarket.

Educational Egg

How cool is this egg shaped 7ate9 game from John Adams? Not only is it ‘on brand’, the game itself is educational, teaching addition and subtraction for kids aged 7-9, this would make a lovely activity for Easter weekend, or a great aid for home learning.

Bath-time Fun

Children a little grubby from all the chocolate? Make bath time fun with these products from Kids Stuff Crazy. Get the bubbles flowing with the Magical Sparkling Bubble Bath and encourage the kids to be creative with the Foaming Soap. Available from Superdrug, hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested.

Kitchen Gadgets

Who says Easter gifts are only for children? If you want to treat yourself, VonHaus have a range of products that are designed to make your life easier including the 2 in 1 Egg Boiler and Toaster, which allows you to boil your eggs and toast your bread at the same time – total time saver! Their Dual Round Waffle Maker is so easy to use and perfect for making a delicious breakfast this Easter weekend.

Although things are topsy turvy at the moment, it can be reassuring to celebrate occasions such as Easter. Hopefully this post has given you some ideas on what you can order to make the holiday weekend as fun as possible during this time.

The majority of Items featured in this post have been gifted, however all words and images are my own. 

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