Easter Gift Guide

Friday, April 11, 2014
Myself and my family are not very religious but we do get together and exchange small gifts during Easter - Easter Sunday in the UK is mainly a day of chocolate eating! As I will be getting a few small gifts from my family (I am getting theatre tickets for Easter this year) I thought I would share an Easter gift guide of gifts that I would be so happy to receive.

1. Lush Bunny Bubble Bar (£3.25): Lush make the most gorgeous and cute seasonal collections and this little guy is adorable! It is supposed to smell like vanilla and it contains blue cornflowers that float in the water. I may have to treat myself...

2. Hotel Chocolat A Donzen Quail Egglets (£11): Every Easter gift looks so cute and this is no exception. I have always drooled over the displays and products at Hotel Chocolat but I have never tried anything from them. These little chocolate eggs come in a few different flavours such as caramel pecan, salted caramel, fruity mandarin and more. Great if you want to try numerous flavours and great to share as well.

3. Your Design Personalised Easter Egg Candle (£7): Now for a bit more of a personal gift, these candles can be personalised with someones name or nickname on the front which I think is so cute. It would make a nice Easter gift to keep.

4. QVC Yankee Candle Easter Jar Duo (£30): Onto a more expensive and luxe gift - this candle duo from Yankee Candle would make a gorgeous gift for Easter! I would be so happy to receive this duo. The candles are Easter exclusives and they are large jars so they will last for ages!

5. Emma Bridgewater Rose and Bee Mug (£19.95): Another more expensive but lovely gift, how cute is this mug. I love Emma Bridgewater designs from her mugs to her stationary. The mug design is perfect for this time of the year and it would be a great gift for mothers or grandmas, in my opinion, well I would love it too!

6. Your Design Easter Egg Hunt Bag (£7): This Easter egg hunt bag would be great for younger or older children to collect eater eggs in for an Easter egg hunt. The bag can be personalised with the child's name or nickname on the front which makes it an extra special gift that can be re-used. 

There is my Easter 2014 gift guide, I would personally love all of the Lush Easter collection, the YC easter collection and the Emma Bridewater mug! Do you celebrate Easter? What are you buying for Easter? 

8 comments

  1. lovely post x

    lucyabigailsmith.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. One of each please hun :) x
    www.beautyqueenuk.co.uk

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  3. As if you get theatre tickets for Easter, lucky girl! I'm quite tempted by the Yankee candle jars, that's a great deal from QVC considering they retail for £19.99 individually.

    IAmLinderella.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I'm going to the theatre today to watch a play called 'a perfect murder' :) x

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  4. This is adorable! I've never thought to give Easter gifts other than the candy-filled Easter baskets. Thanks for the ideas!

    xo, K
    www.BKCsquared.com

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