Fed up with boring boxed Easter eggs? Here’s some top tips for inventive ways to gift your Easter eggs this year…
Easter is on its way and it’s time to start thinking about stocking up on delicious chocolate eggs. The shops are already packed with these delectable treats, from familiar favourites to decadent options – they even have dedicated cafes for Easter this year!
If you’re trying to come up with some clever and fun ways to gift your Easter eggs, here are some ideas to get you inspired.
It’s in the Presentation
If you have a few friends to gift some eggs to, you can opt for some small, bitesize eggs and box them up yourself. Get creative with miniature gift boxes or invest in some jars and add a ribbon for a really sweet touch to this sweet treat. Alternatively, you’re planning on treating some little people, you present your tiny chocolate eggs in a basket. This is a fun, sweet way to dish them out.
For a really special Easter gift, why not opt for a personalised egg? These are a lovely way to show someone how much they mean to you. Perhaps you’d like to wish your mum a happy Easter or maybe you want to show your best friend how important they are.
There are some truly stunning Easter eggs available at the moment, and they can be a beautiful gift for those you love. Perhaps your partner would love a solid chocolate egg or maybe you’d love to treat your parents? Whoever you think is worthy of one of these, you’re sure to get a great reaction.
Keep it Simple
If you’ve decided to celebrate Easter by buying some eggs for colleagues, you needn’t go all-out to make an impact. By choosing a collection of identical eggs for everyone, you can offer a simple gesture for everyone on your team. If you’d like to make this a little bit special for everyone, you could pop them into a box or add some tiny chocolate eggs to some jars and hand those out. Either way, your workmates are sure to love your gift.
If you’re planning your Easter egg purchases, now’s the perfect time to decide which egg is the best fit for the lucky recipient!
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