Following the recent cold snap here in the UK, it’s hard to believe Spring is almost here (it officially begins on 20th March). With that in mind, we’ve started thinking about how we’re going to celebrate the long Easter weekend and enjoy some precious family time.
Along with a well-deserved lie-in and potential pyjama-day, a few things we’re planning to do in our household this Easter include;
A long walk in the countryside (weather permitting)
An Easter Egg hunt in the garden
Bake some Easter Bunny biscuits
Make homemade Happy Easter cards for loved ones
Invite family over for a delicious roast dinner
If you don’t have small people to entertain, maybe indulge in a Cream Tea or local pub lunch. However, if you’re looking for ideas or low-cost things to do with littles one’s this Easter, visit our Pinterest Board for further inspiration.
The tradition of giving eggs at Easter derived from the Christian belief that eggs symbolise the miracle of new life. However, the Easter Bunny originates from German folklore and only became popular in recent years. Today, chocolate eggs are often given as Easter gifts but this usually results in having a mountain of (unhealthy) treats to get through!
As nice as chocolate is, you can have too much! We offer a range of fun, quirky gifts under £10 that won’t break the bank. So, if you’re looking for an alternative gift for the young at heart see our top picks below:
Our Naturally European collection is our most popular range, made using essential oils and free from Parabens and SLS, it truly cares for your skin. Therefore, if you’re thinking of getting a friend or loved one something this Easter (which isn’t chocolate-based), here are our favourites;