Everything You Need to Celebrate Easter At Home
Easter might look a little different this year, but that’s nothing a few home deliveries can’t help. From a honey-baked ham dinner to kid-friendly décor and fun activities, consult this list for everything you need to celebrate Easter without leaving your home.
1. Fresh Direct Complete Easter Meal
Just because we’re social distancing doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate with a delicious, festive meal. Fresh Direct has been a go-to for daily lunches and dinners these past few weeks but they also offer full Easter spreads and side dishes. Order things like honey baked ham, baked macaroni and gruyere cheese, green beans with roasted garlic and herb roasted root vegetables. You even have the option to add on dessert (think carrot cake or hot cross buns)
2. Winc Wine Subscription
And while you’re at it, get your wine delivered, too. Answer a few simple questions about your flavor preferences on Winc’s website, and the experts will curate a selection of varieties you’re bound to love. Want to pick your own bottles? Swap them in and add as many extras as you’d like. Psst…you can even pick based on food pairing.
3. Paas Large Deluxe Easter Egg Decorating Kit
Get a few dozen white eggs delivered to the house, call the kids into the kitchen and decorate away. This dye kit should keep them occupied for a few hours but buy even more time by hiding them around the yard (or the corners of your home) for an Easter egg hunt.
4. Partay Shenanigans Burlap Easter Banner
If you do nothing else, hang this chic and cheerful banner on a blank wall. It will add a festive touch to Easter brunch, with minimal effort.
5. CCINEE Easter Window Cling Stickers
Let the kids stick them to the walls, the fridge, the windows, you name it. They easily peel and stick without leaving a residue behind and there are 500 included in this set, so you can avoid any and all sharing-related meltdowns.
6. Jumbo Easter Candy
We won’t judge if you break into this bag before Easter weekend.
7. LA JOLIE MUSE Ceramic Bunny Cupcake Stand
Perhaps you’ve perfected your coconut cupcake recipe while at home the last few weeks. Or maybe you just want to dress up that store-delivered pie. Either way, this ceramic stand will make whatever dessert you plop on top look as Instagrammable as ever.
9. Easter Greeting Cards (36 count)
You might not be able to spend Easter with loved ones, but you can send a card to let them know you're thinking of them. This set comes with 36 blank cards and envelopes, which means you can probably even send one to your dog's second cousin.
10. Milk Bar Classic Cake
You've probably attempted a few new recipes while social distancing, but nothing can replace a famous Milk Bar cake. Instead of stressing, order one right from the bakery and make your entire family jealous via Zoom.
11. Botanical Baking by Juliet Sear
Prefer to bake something special for the family instead? This cookbook will teach you how to make equally delicious and picture-perfect baked goods using edible flowers and herbs as decorations. You might even have both in your backyard garden.
12. Sur la Table Easter Kitchen Towels
We used to laugh at mom’s seasonal dish towel collection, until we realized just how irresistible each design was. Hang this set over your stove handle for some extra festive charm.
13. Pottery Barn Kids White Sabrina Easter Basket
It's not Easter without bingeing a basket full of sugary candy. This one just happens to be so chic, you can even repurpose it as a planter or fruit bowl once you finish the last fun size Snickers.