Easter bunny is one of the symbols of this lovely Spring holiday. For many people, it is as important as Easter cakes and colored eggs. Do you know why the bunny carries the eggs? It is believed that the Easter Bunny comes from Germany, because the first written history about Easter comes from there and after that the legend of the Easter bunny came to North America, where the bunny became a symbol of Easter, as well as in Germany. Children of Europe and America believe in the fairy story that the Easter bunny hides in its nest colorful chocolate eggs. On Easter morning, the kids have to find the nest to get sweets.
Easter bunny in the festive decoration
Easter bunny has become an element of the festive decorations and you can use it in various ways. Table decorations, plate setting, Easter cards, Easter biscuits, garlands and banners, statuettes – the bunny is everywhere. You could decorate your front yard and your garden with cute bunnies which greet your neighbors and visitors. Add a bunny to your Easter wreath or to your handmade Easter cards. . Bunnies like carrots, so the carrot is also used for Easter decorating. Paper, plastic or soft tissue carrots may hang like a garland or decorate their Easter tree.
Easter bunny and festive treats
As much we enjoy Easter, children enjoy it much more. Get them chocolate bunnies, bake bunny biscuits or decorate the eggs like bunnies. Ask them to help you with the Easter cards and they would love to cut, glue and draw. Decorate the table with napkins folded like an Easter bunny or make a bunny sandwich which is a brilliant idea for the Easter breakfast or brunch and will be fun not only for the kids but for the adults as well.
Easter table decoration – bunnies banner
Cute decoration for the garden
A funny Easter egg hunting bunny for the front yard