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How to Plan the Most Epic Easter Egg Hunt Ever! #SpringForward
Family & Kids
Apparently, you can’t just hide your eggs in the house and backyard anymore. It's all about big-production neighborhood wide egg-hunts. Just follow this simple guide and you’ll be the biggest trendsetter in town. Now Let’s get crackin’ ;)
1. Easter Egg Hunt Kit ($42): If you want your EEH (Easter Egg Hunt… duh!) to look like a big deal without really making a big deal out of the prep, arm yourself with this kit that has all your decor essentials covered.
2. Opening Ceremonies Grandstand: I love the idea of setting up a staged area that’s the center of the festivities. It’s where you can kick things off, where hunters can report back at the end of the fun or where they can stop by when they need to re-energize on snacks or bevies. (via Design Mom)
3. DIY Bunny Ears: We suggest sending around this tutorial to all your gal pals before the event and asking them to DIY up their very own and have them bring it to the party. (via Yes Style)
5.Are you up for making this the most epic of all egg hunts? Youu could spread things out far and wide. Decorateyour bikes like Easter eggs, give them cute, colorful hats as party favors & let the hunt begin! Your hunt is sure to be the most badass hunt out there. I promise. (via Regina Tiatira)
6.You do realize that some of your somewhat-forgetful friends are totally going to flake on bringing their own basket or tote for egg collecting, right? No prob! gather up old egg cartons and make a little decorating station for them to make their very-own-designed gathering apparatus.
7. Crepe paper carrots: True, it is called an Easter EGG hunt, but I've never been one to stick to regulations. And these little paper creations are perfect for holding candy or even little trinkets. (via Martha Stewart)
8. Free Printable Eggs: You need to set the scene, but you also need to make it easy on yourself. Take advantage of this free printable and hang these little eggs in trees as straight-up decor or use them as markers for egg goldmines. (via Anmutig)
9. Polished Prizes: As much as I love pastel-foil-wrapped mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and technicolor jelly beans, a girl can only eat so much sugar in a day. So please. Nail polish would be just fine too....(via Fall in NaiLove)
10. Good Eggs: Kids might not be uber-excited about opening a plastic egg and finding veggies inside, but I do like this idea for displaying snacks for hungry guests. Although you might be on full-time refill duty. Worth it? Maybe. (via Kailo Chic)
11. Jell-O Shots: Do we ever get sick of finding new ways to give and take Jell-O shots? Don’t be ridiculous. Hide these eggs around your backyard. Your friends will first be confused why you gave them a plain white egg, but once they crack into it, they’ll totally understand. (via Oh Happy Day)
12. Egg Popsicles: And one more good surprise to put in those plastic huevos. But maybe help your guests find these and fast. Otherwise… mess… all over the place. Which could be kind of funny too. (via Brit + Co.)
14. Peeps S’mores: Is it weird to have a fire going in your backyard in the middle of the day? Probably, but once your pals see treatswhere flaming Peeps are involved, they’ll totally get it. (via Eclectic Recipes)
19. Freebie Easter Egg Stickers: Use them to decorate eggs. Use them to adorn party favors. Use them to put on your friends’ backs when they’re not looking. Just use them somewhere! They’re free! (via Fellow Fellow)