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Organising an Easter Egg Hunt

Easter egg hunts have been around for a few hundred years, with generations of children and adults enjoying the thrill of searching for brightly coloured eggs around the home and garden. It’s a great party idea for the Easter holidays, and keeps the little ones entertained for hours! Here are some ideas to help you organise a magical Easter egg hunt your kids will remember.

Easter Eggs in Wicker Basket

Prep Beforehand

Decide whether you want to use plastic, real or chocolate eggs. Plastic eggs can be filled with toys and sweets, whilst real eggs (hard boiled, of course) can easily be painted and decorated. Looking for something a little more fool-proof than real eggs? Why not opt for crafting alternative such as Crayola Poly Eggs and Craft Balls.

Provide about 5-10 eggs per child in your household. Make sure you have enough baskets. Out of baskets? Why not make use of craft gift bags instead!

Hiding the Eggs

This is one of the most fun parts of the Easter egg hunt - for us at least! Make a note of where you hide each egg, so none of them go unfound. We think adding bunny rabbit tracks brings a sense of magic and wonder to the search, firing up imaginations of all ages. If you have older children, write some riddles and clues for them to decipher, or create a treasure map for younger children. You might also want to include one ‘golden’ or lucky egg to be found, this could contain money or extra treats.

What's more: Why not decorate the 'hunting' area with fun themed accessories like this Tinsel Chick Decoration?

organising an easter egg hunt

Extra Ideas

To get into the Easter spirit, give the participants some funky headwear, just like our Easter Head Bopper to wear.


Have fun making signposts to place around the garden, giving clues as to where eggs are hidden. Already got your signs? Why not decorate with some beautiful bunting such as the Happy Easter Pastel Bunting!


Looking to create your own handmade cards? Check out our How To Create Cute Easter Cards article for exciting tips. Happy Egg Hunting!


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