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From joyous egg dyeing and hunts to long brunches and festive centerpieces, Easter is a time to gather with friends and family. Though gifting isn’t an essential part of the celebration, it’s ideal not to show up empty-handed.

Whether it’s a small gesture of thanks for the host or a cheery gift for a kid, Easter requires some next-level gifting. It’s not as easy as glancing at a holiday wish list or bringing along a handy-dandy gift card—nope, Easter needs a certain level of thoughtfulness. So it’s a good thing we polled the Domino editors to find out the 11 items they’ll be gifting this upcoming holiday season. Hop to it.

If You’re Gifting the Hostess With the Mostess…

Serax Fish Plate, Coming Soon ($18)

This tongue-in-cheek green glass dish in the shape of a fish is on theme, but it can be used beyond Easter Sunday. Your hostess can keep it for snacks all year or even use it for a catchall for keys, notes, or knickknacks.


If You’re in Doubt…

Incense, Fredericks and Mae ($18)

Choose your own gift/adventure from one of these eight options, whether it be incense, candles, smudge sticks, or palo santo—each color has its own scent and vibe.

If They Love Chocolate…

Chocolate Eggs, Terrain ($28)

And honestly, who doesn’t love chocolate? Especially one with an elevated take on the classic Easter treat—Whoppers Robin Eggs. This carton has 18 speckled blue chocolate eggs, making it the perfect Easter gift to bring along for a big gathering when you’re just not sure what to bring.

If There’s an Easter Egg Hunt…

Wire Basket, Hearth & Hand with Magnolia ($10)

Thank you, Joanna Gaines, for elevating the standard, throwaway Easter basket into a beloved, keep-forever treasure. This wire basket with wooden handle looks like a pristine family heirloom, but it can be snagged at Target for simply $9.99.

If the Adults Are Joining In…

Teak Wood Basket, Terrain ($78)

We’d go Easter egg hunting just to have an excuse to walk around with this handcrafted natural teak wood basket. And no need to hide it away from Easter, as this stunner can be used for farmers markets, picnics, and bringing in fresh florals from the garden. (In our dreams, we do all those things weekly…)


If They Have a Green Thumb…

Calathea Plant, The Sill ($59)

Perhaps no gift is more foolproof than a lush plant. This option from The Sill has a unique backstory. Calatheas are often called “prayer plants” because of their unique leaf movements—they raise and lower their leaves from day to night as a part of their circadian rhythm, says The Sill. Now who wouldn’t appreciate that?

If It’s a Grown-Up Gathering…

CBD Dark Chocolate Espresso Chews, Lord Jones ($30)

No kids in sight? Spike your candies then. These CBD-infused dark chocolate espresso chews are handmade in small batches and have 20 milligrams of broad-spectrum, hemp-derived CBD. They’ll impart a calming sense, which is always needed on a family holiday.

If the Kids Need an Activity…

Crayons, Eco Kids ($10)

These all-natural crayons are inspired by the shapes and colors of garden rocks. Fun fact: They’re made from highly pigmented fruit and vegetable extracts, along with all-natural beeswax. The kid, or kid at heart, will certainly appreciate their uniqueness.

If You’re in Charge of Dessert…

Babka, Breads Bakery ($49.95 for 3)

If they love sweets, gift the wonder of a Breads Bakery chocolate babka. Shipping baked goods is a little dicey sometimes, but Breads ships this unique treat out within hours of baking to ensure its freshness.


If the Kids Love to Dress Up…

Kids Bunny Ears, Anthropologie ($24)

Is it really Easter if the kids don’t wear bunny ears? We’d argue not, especially with this chic, embellished pistachio-and–pale pink version. Heck, you’ll maybe even be tempted to grab yourself a pair too.

If You’re Feeling Especially Generous…

Mediterranea Dinnerware Set, MoMA ($250)

For those that might need a new dinnerware set, this fine-bone china collection was inspired by the traditional ingredients of the Mediterranean diet, including olive oil, fish, pasta, and wine. But the pastel shades, dots, and horizontal stripes look perfectly cheerful for an Easter brunch too.

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