8 Easter Gift Ideas for the Whole Family

By Alice Bassett
Edited by Joel Taylor

Published February 28, 2022.

A wrapped gift with bunny ears and a bow

As Easter draws near, it may be a good idea to start considering which gifts to get for your loved ones. With so many options available, the choice is by no means easy. We at Artza understand the joy of receiving a gift on such an important holiday, and as such, we have compiled a few Easter present ideas for you to find inspiration.

Easter Gifts for Parents

1. A Gift Basket of Chocolates

The symbol of a basket is representative of nests, spring, and fertility. These are popular Easter themes, and as such, a gift basket would serve as a great present to carry them. A gift basket filled with various chocolate treats would make a lovely gift for a special woman in your life.

2. An Easter Gardening Basket

Easter baskets, in general, are great gift ideas for adults, but what makes them even better is the fact that they can be customized. If you have a friend or family member with green thumbs, an Easter gardening basket is the gift for them. You can include tools, a watering can, and even a straw hat, all with Easter-themed prints on them. They will be able to use this gift to keep their garden thriving in the true spirit of spring and fertility.

3. An Egg Cooker

This is not a traditional gift you would expect to receive on Easter; however, we think it is a creative way to incorporate the themes of Easter into a functional gift. This would make the perfect present for someone who loves cooking or appreciates functionality in gifts.

Easter Gifts for Children

1. Bunny Slippers

Bunnies have become possibly the most prominent symbol for Easter, and it is easy to see why. The fluffy Easter friend is hard not to like, and any gift with a bunny motif will likely be a hit around this holiday (especially for children). Bunny slippers are not only comfortable and soft but also endearing—so much so that you may even be tempted to get a pair for yourself.

2. Chocolate Eggs

The hollow chocolate Easter egg represents the empty tomb after Jesus was resurrected. These delicious treats are now found at every Easter celebration and are a hit with the little ones.

To make this gift even more unique, plan an Easter egg hunt for your children and hide all of the eggs for them to find. You can elevate the experience by leaving a trail of "bunny footprints" made from flour or baby powder to have them think the Easter Bunny brought the eggs.

3. A Plush Toy

Two of the main symbols of Easter are the bunny and the chic. These are two soft, sweet-natured animals that would make adorable plush toys for little ones. The best part about this gift is that it will likely be cherished long after Easter is over.

The Best Easter Gift Boxes

1. An Artza Subscription

While Easter is one of the more whimsical Christian holidays, it is crucial to keep the meaning alive. A subscription to Artzabox can be precisely the right gift with which to do this. The unique artisanal items from various locations across the Holy Land really keep the spirit of Christ alive, especially during these holiday periods.

Purchase your own from our online store.

2. A DIY Easter Activity Box

Homemade Easter gifts are a hit over the holidays, especially for family members. You can create a fun Easter activity box for your loved ones by using reasonably inexpensive materials. Some ideas include:

  • An activity to paint your own easter eggs
  • A hand-drawn Easter coloring book (if you are artistically inclined)
  • A sugar cookie decorating kit that can include the ingredients to make the icing, food coloring, and various other decorations like jelly beans, sprinkles, and edible glitter

There is nothing quite like sharing Easter with your family, and exchanging gifts brings that much more joy to the occasion. We understand that finding the perfect gift is often an incredibly daunting task, so we hope you have managed to draw some inspiration based on our suggestions.