Easter is coming quickly and it’s time to start planning an Easter Egg Hunt.
Easter hunts are one of the many fun traditions associated with the holiday, and many look forward to participating. If you are on a budget, you may be thinking its time to put a stop to the hunts this year.
Don’t put aside a tradition just because you are working on budgeting. There are many different ways that you can host an amazing Easter Egg Hunt on a budget, no need to compromise the fun.
EASTER HUNTS ON A BUDGET
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You can make fun DIY Easter invitations with the kids to save some money. This will help you abstain from purchasing more than you need, give you a general idea of how many people will be attending and give you the opportunity to put any stipulations or requests out there.
BRING YOUR OWN BASKET
Have the attendees of the Easter Egg Hunt bring their own baskets to collect their goodies in. This way they have a way to transport their goodies home and you don’t have to buy a bunch of baskets that will go unused until the next year.
MAKE A LIST
Write out a list of the things you need based on how many people will be attending. Plan out food, egg fillers and activities in advance and do not stray from your list.
Visit your closest dollar store to purchase the required items for your Easter Egg Hunt. Pick up things like plastic egg shells, party decorations and fillers for the shells.
MAKE IT A POTLUCK
Have everyone bring one on their favorite Easter dishes. This will reduce the amount of money that you spend on groceries and also the amount of time you spend in the kitchen.
There are many ways to host an amazing Easter Egg hunt on a budget. Just keep in mind what Easter is really about and enjoy your fun event.
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