Easter Gift for the Host
- APRIL 5, 2012
- By Selena Kohng
A nice Easter meal is a time-honored tradition. Thankfully, someone else is hosting this year, saving you the hassle of planning, prepping and hosting. That doesn’t mean, though, that you get to show up empty-handed. On the contrary: a gift for the host or hostess should go without saying. Stick with festive, thoughtful gifts that they can share or display the day of. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
It’s like a grown-up version of the Easter basket – but not too grown up. This bouquet of daisies, roses, carnations in pretty pastels is perfect as a centerpiece. The Easter eggs and bunny ears are a nod to childhood and sure to inspire memories and conversation. The best part? Pluck out the eggs and ears for a centerpiece that will last well beyond the holiday.
Who can resist decadent brownies shaped and decorated like Easter eggs? Don’t be surprised if your host or hostess “forgets” to set these out and share them at the end of the meal. If you’re bent on making a good impression, trust us: this gift will earn you maximum brownie points.
Those who celebrate the religious significance of Easter will appreciate this cross-centric gift. It’s spiritual but festive, festive but spiritual, making it the best of both worlds. If your host is a family with kids, these homemade sugar cookies communicate that you have the little ones, and their faith formation, in mind too.
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