It’s a wonderous time of year. The days are getting longer and the weather improving significantly and with Easter on the way there is even more to be thankful for this April (any excuse for extra chocolate). We’ve put together a gift guide to suit your Easter needs, fit for all the family.
Perfect for entertaining, these Hide and Cheap boxes offer 80 Easter themed treats. The box contains miniature eggs and chocolate shapes, covering all tastes with milk, dark and caramel options. Each box is 826g, giving a good stock supply of treats without having to remember the whole checklist of family to buy for.
The old saying may not paint this Chocolate Teapot as useful, but we’re sure you’ll find good intent for it. Bucking the trend of egg shaped chocolate, The Fowndry offers a variety of shaped goods to find your giftee’s interests. Beautifully packaged, this gift is a more bespoke offering to appeal to someone’s particular tastes.
One for those who appreciate the finer things in life, Paxton offers delightful truffles with Champagne flavouring this Easter. Delicately decorated, these chocolatey treats are finished with gold and pink leaves, completing the refined aesthetic to ensure this gift looks as good as it tastes.
An ideal choice for those who are more selective with their chocolate, Green and Blacks Organic range caters to certain dietary preferences. This particular package provides a selection of eggs which inside come complete with 2 Green and Black’s chocolate bars each, perfect for bulk buying to save time and effort. We can personally recommend the Butterscotch.
Cheap and cheerful, this gift offers an activity to keep the kids busy during Easter School Holidays as well as being a lovely gift. Each kit comes with paints and six paint colours in an adorable wooden straw box. The kit includes 4 hanging eggs to display your child’s work once complete.
Cadbury’s lovers will be delighted with this impressive box of chocolate confectionery. Packed into a basket, this gift set includes Mini Eggs, Jelly Bunnies, bars of Dairy Milk, Creme Eggs and standard issues Easter Eggs. With so much chocolate, you’ll be dipping into this for weeks (or days depending on your family size).
Thorntons are always top of the list for customised chocolate, with Easter being no exception to this. These large eggs offer delicately inscribed patterns, with the option to scrawl your recipients name across the middle of the egg for a personalised touch. They also taste pretty good too.
Encourage kids to keep hold of any Easter money they get this year with these charming themed money boxes. Having somewhere to store pocket money can teach responsibility and also make a decorative addition to their rooms. These Poundland ones come in Chick or Bunny designs.
A nice gesture to that friend who loves character prints and cute accessories, this Paperchase Bunny Tote brings classic design and cuteness together in a useful structure. Complete with floppy ears and whiskers, this bag brings fun aesthetic, making a great and simple gift offering.
An ideal selection for the parents or that family member with a new home, this M&S Easter Wreath allows for prime home updating for Spring. Combining tiny pastel coloured eggs with intricate twig entwined design, this delightful piece will surely offer traditional value to any home and embody the spirit of the season.
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