Easter Party Ideas in School Colleges Office & Home

Easter Party Ideas in School Colleges Office & Home

Easter is a fun-filled celebration for both adults and kids to enjoy. Whether you need inspiration for your decorations, your kids’ Easter baskets, or recipe ideas for your Easter dinner, there are many wonderful Easter ideas to jump-start your planning. While Easter has become synonymous with Easter bunnies, eggs, and jelly beans, there is a serious side to this holiday as well. Get tips for planning an Easter celebration that’s right for you and your family!

Lead eager egg-hunters to a party brimming with Easter fun! We’ve got a bushel full of bunny-approved decorating ideas using bright spring flowers and sweet treats. Take a peep at our Easter baskets for egg-stra inspiration!

One-of-a-kind decorating ideas with bunnies, baskets and more!

Hoppin’-good party ideas for bunnies of all ages!

Lead eager egg-hunters to a party brimming with Easter fun! We’ve got a bushel full of bunny-approved decorating ideas using bright spring flowers and sweet treats. Take a peep at our Easter baskets for egg-stra inspiration!
Celebrate Easter Sunday with some delicious treats and tasty Easter desserts. There are a variety of wonderful Easter dessert recipes from which to choose depending on your family’s tastes, the number of guests at your event, etc. All of the following Easter desserts are perfect to serve after a delicious brunch or Easter dinner!

Easter Dessert Recipes

Easter dessert recipes

Ginger Cake:

Cake ingredients:

 

  • 5 pieces preserved stem ginger in syrup, chopped
  • 2 tbsp ginger syrup (from the jar of stem ginger)
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 1 tsp grated fresh root ginger
  • 6oz butter (softened)
  • 6oz golden caster sugar
  • 3 large eggs (at room temperature)
  • 1 tbsp molasses syrup
  • 8oz self-raising flour
  • 1 tbsp ground almonds
  • 2 tbsp milk, at room temperature

Icing ingredients:

 

  • 8oz icing sugar (sifted)
  • Juice from 1 lemon

Directions: 

 

Whip the butter and slowly add in the sugar. Cream for at least 5 minutes until the mixture becomes fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time and whip for a minute or two after each. Gently stir in the molasses. (“Folding” will achieve the best results.) Add the flour and ground ginger, followed by the almonds, root ginger, and stem ginger. Bake in a greased baking pan for 40-50min at 325F. If you use an extra deep pan to get the look of the cake pictured above you may need to adjust your baking time and temperature.

Combine the two ingredients for the icing. You should get a nice thick texture. Allow the cake to cool before pouring the icing over the top. Decorate with candy and present on an Easter cake stand!

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Almond Cake:

Easter Party Ideas in School Colleges Office & Home

Easter Party Ideas in School Colleges Office & Home

Ingredients:

  • ½ cup cake flour
  • ½ cup yellow cornmeal
  • 1 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 stick (4 oz) unsalted butter – softened
  • ¼ cup almond paste
  • ½ tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 ¼ cups confectioners’ sugar
  • 4 egg yolks
  • 2 eggs
  • ¼  cup sour cream

Directions: 

First, pour the cake flour, cornmeal, and baking powder into a medium sized bowl. Whisk together, then set it aside. In a separate bowl, add the butter and almond paste. Mix together with a stand mixer for about three minutes on high until the mixture is smooth. Then, reduce the speed to low and add in the vanilla extract and confectioners’ sugar. Continue to mix until it is light and fluffy. One at a time, add in the egg yolks and whole eggs while the mixer is on high speed. Reduce it back to medium speed and add in the sour cream. Then, add in the flour mixture from the first bowl and mix it slowly. Next, butter and flour an eight inch round cake pan. Pour the batter into the cake pan and smooth the surface with a spatula. Bake at 350 degrees for about 35 minutes on the lowest oven shelf. Once the cake has cooled, dust with confectioners’ sugar.

Easter is almost here! The birds are chirping, we’re shedding our winter layers and people just seem to be in a better mood.

Easter is a great time for families to have fun, especially children. But in the midst of all the egg hunts and family dinners, adults can sometimes feel left out of the loop — and there isn’t any reason we should.

Since we spend most of our day at work, one of the best ways to celebrate Easter is to spruce up the office and have some fun with co-workers. Easter décor and games will help brighten up mundane work days, and give everyone an opportunity to blow off steam during the day

 

Easter Party Ideas in School Colleges Office & Home

Easter Party Ideas in School Colleges Office & Home

Decorations For Easter: 8 Decor And Game Ideas For Adults

Easter is almost here! The birds are chirping, we’re shedding our winter layers and people just seem to be in a better mood.

Easter is a great time for families to have fun, especially children. But in the midst of all the egg hunts and family dinners, adults can sometimes feel left out of the loop — and there isn’t any reason we should.

Since we spend most of our day at work, one of the best ways to celebrate Easter is to spruce up the office and have some fun with co-workers. Easter décor and games will help brighten up mundane work days, and give everyone an opportunity to blow off steam during the day.

Here 8 ways not to just decorate workplaces for Easter, but celebrate Easter as full-grown kids.

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Easter Egg Painting Competition
No matter how old you get, there’s something incredibly amusing about painting tiny eggs and making yours look the best. To spice things up at your office, try a television show or movie theme. The eggs will also be great for décor later!

A Giant Table Full Of Sweets
Easter is also about chocolate eggs and marshmallow bunnies. Lots of them. Having a sweet table at the office is colourful, delicious and the perfect décor piece that will brighten up any boring old cubicle. Get your co-workers to bring in candy, baked goods and even fruits for the healthy eaters.

No-Swearing Bunny
Here’s something that’ll spruce up the office: We all hear (or drop) the occasional f-bomb, so why not have the Easter version of the swear jar? Buy stuffed bunnies and place them at every desk in the office and take them away if you hear someone swear. Last one left with a bunny at their desk wins!

Adult Easter Egg Hunt
Hide plastic eggs around the office and have everyone search for them. To make things a lot more interesting, add work-related coupons in the eggs like “free coffee for two days” or “leave work one hour early today”. Pro tip: ask your manager before you decide on some of these work perks.

Bunny Bums Flower Pots
While games are fun, adding some traditional decorations to your desk will really make it feel like Easter. These bunny bum flower pots are available on Etsy for $10 and are adorable!

Play The Hop Game
A game quite similar to Secret Santa, everyone draws a name a month before Easter and anonymously treats their person all month (as much as they want) with candy, coffee, stationery, or whatever else they please. At the end of the month, each person leaves a final present, revealing who they are. If you’re looking for ways to save money, we suggest buying one large bag of Easter candies and leaving one to two each week for your special person.

Sticky Note Décor
This may seem a bit silly at first, but it’s a budget-friendly idea that looks great. Sticky notes are actually used to create art and décor quite often. For Easter, make your own bunnies, eggs or for those of you who are less creative, just write out ‘Happy Easter.’

Easter Outfit Day
Remember how fun pajama days and spirit days were in school? Bring back some good ‘ol matchy-matchy days and encourage co-workers to wear Easter-themed or pastel outfits. If you want to go all out, we suggest wearing a bunny costume.

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