I can’t believe we will be celebrating Easter in just a few short weeks! Each Easter, we celebrate so much more than the Easter Bunny coming with baskets, but I wanted to share some fun ideas for you to get a basket together for your kids if you plan to do them.
Brexton’s first Easter will be so special with his big sisters! While he’s not old enough to hunt for Easter eggs, he will have fun watching his sisters and enjoy all of the things the Easter Bunny brings him in his basket!
Pottery Barn Kids was having a great sale a few weeks back, so I grabbed everything I needed to stuff the kids’ baskets with Easter goodies. I actually got everything I needed from Pottery Barn Kids! It’s my absolute favorite for getting personalized goodies and quality items for holidays!
I’m going to share what I grabbed for B’s first Easter basket and also the girls’ baskets. For Brexton’s basket, I chose a smaller basket since he doesn’t need much at 4 months old! I love that there are liners that you can customize with their names. I got the blue gingham check for his and orange name. You can use these year after year and they are precious! I stuffed his basket with this precious and soft bunny, a personalized hooded towel (which we use daily – had to grab another one), a donut teether and Peter Rabbit plate and utensils. I got the brown Seagrass weave basket for him since it looks more masculine.
For the girls baskets, I got the larger size white baskets with pink gingham check personalized name liners. They are so cute! I added the pink stuffed bunnies to the basket along with some candy, Peter Rabbit plate and utensils. and personalized water bottles! I also added some plastic eggs and candy to theirs! They will LOVE them! I wanted to keep their baskets a surprise until Easter, so Brexton just got to have his early! 😉 This book is so precious and will be the cutest addition to the basket, too!
I love getting all personalized holiday items for my kids from Pottery Barn Kids! The quality is unbeatable, the shipping is super easy and you can get everything you need all in one place! You can even get pre-filled baskets if you want to take out the guesswork and just have it all done for you! Super easy!
Do you celebrate Easter with your family? What are some of your traditions? We do Easter baskets, a new dress for Easter Sunday and also hunt Easter eggs. Just a few things that I incorporate with my kiddos from what my parents did with me. I love the traditions of holidays!
You can shop everything that I used to make the Easter baskets from Pottery Barn Kids in the tool below! Plus Easter items are up to 60% off + free shipping!
Thank you to Pottery Barn Kids for sponsoring today’s post! All content and opinions are that of my own. Photos by Lissa Anglin Photography