Being Brickner : Easter Basket Inspiration

Friday, March 11, 2016

Easter Basket Inspiration

It's our first Easter with both girls & I'm so excited to fill two (matching!) baskets for my little bunnies.  I've been rounding up some fun things for the last few weeks and thought it would be fun to share some of what I have so far, I can't wait to see their faces Easter morning!


I found their baskets last year on clearance after Easter, Waverly had her own but I know she will love having one that looks exactly like sissy's even more.  I always love the liners at Pottery Barn, they are so sweet & affordable, if you just go find a cheap basket that fits.  I'm still using my favorite glitter and printed eggs I got a Target a couple years back, but also have my eye on these new ones they have out this year!  I'm positive it's crazy to get this excited over Easter eggs, but in my defense, Waverly has been reenacting youtube videos of eggs since the moment she saw them come out of the attic, so you know ...

To fill the basket, I tried to stick to one thing to wear, one stuffed animal, and one puzzle or book.  Waverly got our favorite twirling dress from Alice & Ames, this time in blue for the spring, I know she is going to love it and I love that she gets as excited as I do for clothes lately.  And I'm absolutely in love with this book I recently found to put in Avalon's room, the colors are so vivid & beautiful!

 
 

The biggest thank you to Oh Just Dandy for sending the girls this precious bunny, I already brought it out for them to play a couple days ago and they love it!  The print is my favorite and we will definitely keep it out year-round.  You may also notice this unicorn from the pillowfort line at Target, dressed up with a little bow. ;)

Please share any ideas you have for your own little ones baskets!!  And because I can't kick off a weekend without these precious faces, my girls enjoying the beautiful weather this week.  It has been absolutely glorious, we hope it stays forever!

 

Happy weekend! XO
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17 comments:

  1. Super cute baskets, lady! And of course adorable pictures as always.

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  2. Ah! This just gave me all sorts of butterflies over the fact that this is James' first Easter, too! So exciting! And I'm also realizing just how little time I have left to get their baskets together! Oops.
    I've been eyeing the Alice + Ames dresses! Waverly is going to LOVE it!

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  3. Oh so precious!! Girl baskets just look prettier than boy baskets! I want to get Mason one with his name on it. Thanks for the links. And those eggs from Target are awesome! Cute pictures sweet friend.

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  4. Oh so precious! Those girls of yours are so cute! My 5 year old is wanting to start a garden this year so she has some gloves, a watering can and some shovels in her basket. The 20 month old could care less as long as theres food involved ;)

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  5. Your girls are so cute and the basket items are perfect. We always try to do something to wear and read. xo ~ Megan The Fashionista Momma

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  6. This is really going to be our first year doing Easter baskets even though my little is 4. Before it was just a little gift. Can't wait to fill it up with fun stuff!

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  7. So much fun! I love that you get to do matching baskets! Mac's basket will be filled with outdoor sporting equipment and Mim's will be filled with clothes and bows!

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  8. I love those baskets, so girlie and cute. and the sparkly eggs! My girlie girl would love all of this!

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  9. The girls are extremely nice in thees photos. The photies are fresh and gorgeous as well! We here essay-writer.club admire it!

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  10. SO cute! I love that bunny!!!!!!! Great ideas love!!!! Yay for Easter!

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  11. Between those glitter eggs and those adorable hair bows I am seriously wishing for a girl baby next!

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  12. Loving the skirts on the baskets and those glitter eggs are pretty amazing! Two boys over here so we don't see too much glitter or ruffles! LOL

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  13. Is it sad that I haven't given two thoughts to Easter baskets?! Ahhhh mom fail!!!

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  14. I did some Easter basket shopping this weekend! I love all the little knick knacks from the Target dollar spot!

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  15. I was positively giddy when I was able to order coordinating basket liners this year! I cannot wait to bust those out and fill them up for Easter morning. I love the idea of just a few items per basket - simple and sweet.

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  16. How sweet! those liners are adorable

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