I can see a lot of bunnies and egg decorations everywhere and then it hit me— a few days from
now is Easter!
Although it’s a Christian holiday, there are a lot of non-religious people who still observe it, albeit in a non-religious way.
Regardless of what you believe, Easter is a time of celebration, festivities and new beginnings. And if you’re up for it, put on a pair of cute bunny ears and get on the holiday vibe with these ideas:
Start your vacation early. For some countries, Easter Sunday is preceded by a long weekend, so you might want to grab the chance to explore new places and learn new cultures.
Although Easter egg hunting is mainly for kids, grownups can get in to the fun as well. If you’re throwing an egg hunt for kids of all ages, build their anticipation and excitement by providing fun activities such as egg art.
Throw Easter Party/Dinner
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Family luncheons or dinner parties on Easter Sunday has long been a tradition. For a stylish look, cute and neutrals are your friends for this event.
Organize an Easter Egg Hunt
The most-awaited part of this holiday is the egg hunt. Indeed, Easter wouldn’t be complete without this egg-citing activity!
And that’s about it. I hope you have a merry Easter Sunday. Happy new beginnings!
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