It’s almost time to get cracking on the Easter celebrations. Here are some tips on how to create a memorable Easter egg hunt for the whole family.
Now I know my ABCs
Apply letters to each egg so your kids can make words. You can either attach alphabet stickers or write a different letter on the outside of each egg. Make it even more fun by offering extra Easter prizes to the kid who makes the longest word or can spell his or her name.
Write a list of different types of eggs you’d like your child to find, for example:
‘two bunnies, three green eggs, two pink’, then whoever finds all the eggs on the list wins a prize.
Hop to it
Enchant young minds by pretending the Easter Bunny hopped in for a visit and hid the eggs. Cut out a simple stencil of a paw print from cardboard and gently shake flour over it on a hardwood floor or tile, remove the stencil and you’ll have a print, then place a carrot nearby with the end grated off—it’ll look like the Easter Bunny had a midnight snack.
For the grown-ups
What do we want Easter? Wine! Where do we want it? Hidden in the garden! Have some fun yourselves this Easter and reward your adulting with a wine hunt — we recommended the First Lady Box: a mixed12-bottle case that includes three First Lady Sauvignon Blanc, three First Lady Unoaked Chardonnay, three First Lady dry Rosé and three First Lady Cabernet Sauvignon, plus four recipe cards.