Easter Day symbolizes the day of Jesus Christ’ resurrection and the return of happiness, mercy and compassion into the world. We are all very delighted to hear that 2013 Easter Sunday falls on March 31. It is one of the most important and holiest holidays in the Christian almanac. Chocolate bunnies, magnificent marshmallow chicks, lilies and brilliantly colored Easter eggs are closely associated with Easter. Immerse yourself in such an gorgeous holiday spirit, what will you do to welcome and celebrate this traditional holiday?
1. Make Easter Holiday Basket
A good and fun-filled activity for you and your children to take part in is the age-old tradition of making Easter holiday baskets. You don’t have to shell out major money to buy your children a long lasting, durable, set of Easter holiday baskets. On the contrary, you will find plenty of inspiration for holiday cheer by making your own Easter baskets out of construction paper or other readily available household materials.
2. Plan a Easter Egg Hunt
It’s an experience no family should miss! If you have already made a few dozen colored eggs, you can plant them out in the back yard or a neighboring field, and watch the little tykes hunt around for them! They’ll enjoy themselves as they hunt for the eggs, and you’ll have a family friendly bonding experience with your neighbors.
3. Make-Ahead Casual Easter Lunch
We had great fun in preparing Easter dinner menu. As the holiday is coming soon, it is your best course of action to plan ahead for a big holiday dinner. Baked ham glazed with aromatic vermouth, a brisk and effervescent Champagne Limoncello Cocktail, Dill and smoked salmon stuffed eggs, sweet carrots, fingerling potatoes, baby artichokes, and strawberries, etc. just pick and choose which menu ideas you’ll like to incorporate into your Easter dinner traditions. And you will enjoy a lot of fun.
4. Make Adorable Easter Crafts
Making adorable Easter crafts for the fast approaching Easter holiday is another good activity to celebrate this holy festival. You don’t need special skills or a bunch of time because some homemade Easter crafts can all be done super fast! It is a fun way to create memories and give as a gift to a grandparent or special someone. Easter’s just around the corner, so start your preparation now!
5. Go on Easter Day Trip
Want to enjoy a marvelous Easter Day journey with your family and special ones? In all fairness, this can be a brilliant idea to celebrate if you have time and money. Easter Island, North Carolina, Virginia, Rom, Spain, etc are all good place for Easter Day travel.