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Awesome Ideas for Celebrating Easter

Cheryl Mascarenhas Apr 17, 2019
Easter is a celebration of a new hope. You can partake in this celebration in various ways. Given in this story are ways to make Easter Sunday more special.
Easter Fun Fact
After Halloween, Easter is the biggest candy-consuming holiday. Around 120 million pounds of candy are bought each year, enough to fill four dump trucks!
Easter is a celebration of rebirth, both spiritually and physically. It is also a time to revel in the magic of spring that ushers in new growth and flowering.
It is a time for you to gather your family and friends, and share in the joy of the resurrection. From inviting your neighbors to entertaining pure strangers, there's a lot you can do to make this day special not just for yourself, but for others as well.
Organizing egg hunts for kids, decorating Easter eggs, and indulging in the Easter meal are just some of the things you can do to keep yourself entertained around this time of the year. Easter in itself is a celebration, so it is time for you to get on your party hats and participate in the holiday fun that comes with the festival.

Live Up to Your Easter Traditions

Easter is a special occasion that needs to be spent in the company of loved ones. This brings about the need to celebrate it, keeping in mind the customs and traditions followed by your family or ancestors.
You could start by attending the Easter service in your church. You could ask your friend or neighbor to join you for the service. Do not forget to give out special gingerbread cookies as a part of the custom.

Send Out Amazing Easter Greetings

Reach out and touch your relatives across the globe with Easter greetings. 
Ideally, you could have a special Easter basket filled with goodies delivered to your loved ones who're staying far away. Do something extra special by sending out anonymous greetings to your well wishers as well an individual you wouldn't otherwise talk to. You could also send out Easter greetings to soldiers, or even someone in nursing homes.

Gather Around to Decorate

Avoid purchasing Easter eggs from the store; instead resort to make your own.
Involve your family in a fun-filled activity that will help strengthen your bonds. You could even bake or purchase a batch of fresh gingerbread cookies and decorate them in the comforts of your home. By doing this, you could explain the custom of exchanging Easter eggs to your kids.

Host the Perfect Easter Party

Grab the opportunity to organize the perfect Easter party and invite people over, from your family to your relatives and friends. For a change, you could hold a potluck party and ask your guests to bring a dish along. Cook up traditional Easter dishes including ham, lamb, or chicken. Don't forget to ask your guests to dress up as per the party theme.

Freeze Easter Memories

Try your hand at concept photography this Easter. 
You could also freeze frames to create beautiful Easter memories for your family to cherish them for a long time to come. Make sure to capture them as natural as they are, as well as with a concept in mind. You could emphasize on a particular color to make the pictures pop. Alternatively, you could have your family portrait sketched by a professional.

Be the Easter Bunny

You can volunteer to be the Easter bunny and help spread joy and cheer among people. Give out Easter baskets, goodies, and eggs anonymously to your neighbors, distant relatives, and even the less fortunate to make your day even more special.

Organize Easter Games

From hiding Easter eggs around the house to organizing an egg rolling game, use your resources to keep both your kids and guests happy this Easter. Other activities include Easter basket decoration, egg painting, and making Easter greeting cards.

Celebrate with Pets

Dress your pets in funky bunny costumes, or simply capture them in their natural element this Easter to enliven your celebrations.