This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of HERSHEY® for SheSpeaks. All opinions are 100% mine.
Every birthday and holiday celebration for our family is at our home, and I truly love creating easy Easter Baskets for my family.
I bought our Easter supplies at Walmart, and used Walmart Grocery Pickup. You can order online and pickup in store without leaving your car.
I quickly filled my cart with the cutest Easter baskets, darling Easter decor, and REESE’S Peanut Butter Eggs and Cadbury Eggs. And, I added a few extra packages of each to fill candy jars and allow us to enjoy REESE’S and Cadbury Eggs all season long.
Personalized Easter Baskets
I wanted to make sure everyone’s Easter gifts were eggstra special.
Each Basket was picked just each person.I love, love, love this canvas style bucket with a gingham bunny on it. It’s perfect for a guy or a girl! Next, I found some darling little stuffed bunnies for each basket. I added a coordinating gingham bow to each bunny too.
Some ideas for Easter Baskets might include cute Easter décor. For guys, grilling tools, and for little kids, new movies and small toys. My teenagers will get ALL.THE.REESE’S Peanut Butter Eggs and Cadbury Eggs and a few gift cards with their bunnies in their baskets.
And, every basket will be topped off with everyone’s favorite REESE’S Peanut Butter Eggs and Cadbury Eggs.
Easter Egg Hunt
Since my guys are teenagers now, they really only want candy and cash in their eggs. But, instead of putting single size candies in small eggs, I decided to fill a few giant eggs with full size bags of Cadbury Eggs. The boys aren’t as interested in hunting for eggs like they used to be, so I am changing it up a little for them this year.
I picked up a few small treats for the giant eggs too. But, I know they will be happiest with their REESE’S Eggs and Cadbury Eggs filled Easter eggs.
The giant eggs are a great alternative to Easter Baskets too and are perfect for all ages. I am really egg-cited to try the REESE’S Pieces filled REESE’S Eggs!