Through the course of Easter week, I’ve set you up with a heap of things that can all be mixed with each other – You’re welcome. Today’s post will be about ‘what to bring’ to an Easter gathering instead of what to make when hosting!
If you’re going to a family Easter party or you’ve been invited to something then chances are you’re going to want to bring something. Even though I’m sure the host has said not to bring a thing! (But we all know we’re going to bring something). This is what I’d bring (and what I probably will bring to family Easter). The perfect Easter gift basket!
The basked I got at k-mart for $3? Ish. It was very inexpensive. The purple ‘straw’ I got at a ‘dollar store’ and the other things are basically what we’ve made together! So here’s what I put in mine!
The plastic baggies I got at Kmart and they were really cheap. So I just got the baked goods and put them in individual bags – I included the sugar cookies and the chocolate nests because they’re easy to package. If I had a way to pack the cupcakes I would have included them. I got the egg candles at Dusk last year. I love them, I think they’re so adorable! I also included one of the little pom pom critters because: cuteness. For a little bit of an adult kick, I added some kaluah – bailies is also a really good one too, just anything in the little bottles. Hot cross buns are also great to put in and then also any chocolate eggs too.
Add a ribbon and a cute little card and you’re good to go! It looks like a heap of effort, but if you’re already baking for yourself then why not share the delicious goodness?
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