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What to get your Loved Ones for Easter?

Celebrating Easter could be a little bit different this year for everyone, but it doesn’t mean that we’re not allowed to enjoy ourselves! Actually, it may be the perfect time to treat your friends, family, and the people you care about. You may not be able to pop to the shop but there is still time for some express deliveries. Here are four ideas that could help you get the perfect gift for your loved ones.

Easter eggs

You can’t do Easter without Easter eggs… They’re delicious, traditional and fun. The idea has been going around for centuries as well as the famous Easter egg hunt & decorations. There are so many choices out there that you are sure to get it right somehow. Fudge, white, dark, milk, Easter eggs are, without a doubt, the ultimate Easter gift, you can even create personalised eggs for your loved ones.

Chocolate

If you’re not into Easter eggs or want to offer something a little bit extra, you could treat your loved one to a luxury chocolate box. They are a little bit more luxurious and could be better suited to adults for example.

Putting together a chocolate theme hamper could also be a unique and personalised gift, you could add a cocoa butter bath bomb, some chocolate flavoured tea or even a cocoa scented candle. A chocolate fondue is also an amazing treat and a nice family bonding experience.

Hot-cross buns

Easter eggs are great but hot-cross buns are also a good traditional Easter snack. You can find luxury ones online or you could decide to make some yourself and deliver them to your friends and family. They’re amazing and delicious, however, not everybody loves them so make sure to double-check before gifting anything.

Gifts

It’s possible that some of your loved ones are allergic to chocolate or simply don’t like sweet treats, if that’s the case, you could just decide to offer them a little something. If they’re more into savoury food, you could buy them a cheese Easter egg with some crackers and chutney. If they’re not into food whatsoever, then some themed tableware or a mug could work!

All in all, it’s a great tradition that you should definitely still celebrate and enjoy. It’s important at times like these to make people feel that they’re not alone and a gift could be the perfect way to do that.

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