The adults can enjoy an Easter egg hunt too with these fun and simple ideas for Easter.
When my kids were little, I loved hosting Easter dinner with my extended family.
Hands down, my favorite part was filling all the Easter Eggs and planning the Easter Egg Hunt in our yard.
We lived in the Country on 2 acres so I had to limit the hiding to the front yard, or the kids would never find them all!
But Easter Egg Hunts don’t have to be just for kids. Why not host a fun and simple adult Easter Egg Hunt that will become something the adults look forward to every year?
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How To Host A Fun And Simple Adult Easter Egg Hunt
Let’s start with the Adult Easter Eggs and then we’ll move on to the food.
Adult Easter Eggs
- Extra Large Easter Eggs
- Nips (mini alcohol bottles)
- Paper Shreds
I was psyched when I found these extra large Easter eggs at the Dollar Store. Plus, as this is for the Bling on the crafts blog hop, they are already gold!
They are the perfect size to hold mini alcohol bottles-or nips as they are called in Rhode Island.
Of course you have to have candy, because it isn’t an Easter Egg Hunt without candy!
Simply fill the eggs with paper shreds, add the candy and nips and you are done!
If you don’t want to include nips, here are some other ideas for adult Easter eggs:
- Lottery Tickets
- Cigars for the guys
- Makeup samples, nail polish or lipsticks for the ladies
- Truth or Dare Questions
- Make it a Scavenger Hunt
- Golden Ticket-have guests contribute to a grand prize!
Another cool idea for Adult Easter Eggs are egg jello shots. When I was checking out ideas, I stumbled upon this Easter Egg Mold on Amazon.
You can serve jello shots after the Egg Hunt! How cool are these?
The Easter Egg Hunt is the main event, so keep the food laid back and relaxed with a buffet.
If you are having a brunch, serve a variety of foods like bagels, scrambled eggs, fresh fruit and muffins.
For beverages you can serve a classic Mimosa and non alcoholic beverages as well. like fruit infused water, coffee and juices.
So what do you think? Would this be something your adult friends would like?
Bring out your inner child and enjoy! If you liked this you may like this Peter Rabbit inspired brunch.
Let’s see what the other bloggers are sharing for this month’s Bling on Spring Challenge!
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On the first Monday of each month, a group of DIY and crafty bloggers join forces to bring you the #BlingontheCrafts blog hop.
Each blogger creates a glittery, sparkly, shiny, shimmery, sequined, or “blingy” craft to share that goes with a monthly theme.
March’s theme is Spring. Each blogger chooses their own craft to make as long as it shines and is Spring themed.
If you’d like to participate next month, you can request to join our Bling on the Crafts Facebook group. Next month’s theme is Cinco de Mayo!