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It just so hop-pens that Easter is right around the corner. What better way to celebrate than by planning a party for all of the little bunnies in your life! We’ve pulled together a bunch of great entertainment ideas and snacks to serve up. Take a look!
It’s not always easy to keep little ones in the party spirit, so providing fun entertainment is key! Setting up an egg hunt is always a favorite, but nothing will make the day more exciting than having a “real-life” Easter Bunny pay a visit! Another great idea is to hire a storyteller to read classic Easter-themed favorites, like The Tale of Benjamin Bunny.
Books are a great way to keep kids engaged! Photo from Hostess with the Mostess.
Have the Easter Bunny pay a visit! Photo courtesy of members The Party Authority.
Everyone knows that bunnies love carrots, so be sure to have vegetables on the menu. No one said they had to be boring! Serve up carrots and dip in these adorable terra-cotta pots!
Turn your table into a carrot patch with this idea from The High Heeled Hostess.
Of course, we have a feeling these carrot shaped cookies might be more popular. Whip up a batch of these adorable treats with the tutorial featured on Sweet Sugarbelle.
Photo credit: Sweet Sugarbelle.
This "bunny bait" recipe is sure to be a hit as well. Good thing it only has 4 ingredients, because we have a feeling you'll be making it more than once!
Photo credit and recipe: Sing For Your Supper.
Another super cute treat is this bird's nest recipe. Chow mein noodles and marshmallows create a mini "home" for Peeps! Check out the tutorial from The High Heeled Hostess.
Photo credit: The High Heeled Hostess.
These are just a few of our favorite Easter ideas that we hope will inspire you to plan a fun party! So, what are you waiting for? Hop to it!
Main photo credit: plasticsmakeitpossible.com