Affordable Easter gifts that can be delivered straight to your loved ones this year

Kate Mendonca
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In case you hadn’t yet started preparing, Easter is quickly approaching. Falling this year on April 12, it will be a time to gather at home and enjoy a smaller celebration than normal.

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 we aren’t able to celebrate this year with a large gathering of friends and family, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still show your loved ones that you’re thinking of them from wherever you are. 

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In case you’re looking to spread some Easter cheer, it’s still possible to order a gift and have it delivered straight to their recipients. From the usual assortment of chocolates and greeting cards to unique Easter gift ideas, we’ve rounded up a selection of thoughtful and affordable picks that your loved ones are sure to adore. 

Cards

Easter Bunny Pop Up Box Card

Easter Bunny Pop Up Box Card. Image via Etsy.

This three dimensional gift card is sure to bring a smile to your face, and to its recipient. 

SHOP IT: Etsy, $6

Festive Bunny Easter Card

Festive Bunny Easter Card. Image via Rifle Paper Co.

With retro-inspired illustrations, this adorable card is so pretty that you might just want to frame it once the holiday is over. 

SHOP IT: Rifle Paper Co., $5

An Easter Hello Card

An Easter Hello Card. Image via Etsy.

Although you aren’t able to be there in person, this colourful cut-out gift card can say hello on your behalf.

SHOP IT: Etsy, $6

Flowers

Peruvian Lilies

Peruvian Lilies. Image via 1800Flowers.

You can’t go wrong with a fresh bouquet of flowers, and this colourful bunch of Peruvian lilies will definitely be a hit. 

SHOP IT: 1800Flowers, from $25

Pothos (6")

Pothos (6"). Image via Etsy.

Greenery is another surefire way to lighten up a room, and this low-maintenance pothos plant makes for an excellent gift idea. 

SHOP IT: Etsy, $20

Dried Lavender Bouquet

Dried Lavender Bouquet. Image via Anthropologie.

On top of looking pretty, this dried lavender adds a calming scent that makes it a great alternative to fresh flowers. 

SHOP IT: Anthropologie, $31 ($22 USD) 

Chocolate

Bruno – Milk Chocolate Bunny

Bruno – Milk Chocolate Bunny. Image via Laura Secord.

An Easter classic, this milk chocolate bunny is a favourite for kids and adults alike.

SHOP IT: Laura Secord, $9

Half Shell Egg with Milk Chocolate Mini Foiled Eggs

Half Shell Egg with Milk Chocolate Mini Foiled Eggs. Image via Purdy's.

Get the best of both worlds with this chocolate set that includes a giant milk chocolate shell filled with mini chocolate eggs. 

SHOP IT: Purdy’s, $17

Bunny Box

Bunny Box. Image via Nadège.

For an elevated take on Easter chocolates, this gift box comes with a selection of gourmet chocolates, including a nougatine egg, ganache egg and praline eggs. 

SHOP IT: Nadège Patisserie, $15

Gifts 

Jellycat My First Bunny Gift Box

Jellycat My First Bunny Gift Box. Image via Indigo.

Commemorate baby’s first Easter with this adorable plush rabbit that comes in a printed gift box. 

SHOP IT: Indigo, $25

Golden Egg Bath Bomb

Golden Egg Bath Bomb. Image via Lush.

This golden egg is actually a toffee scented bath bomb that moisturizes skin while you soak using soothing Fair Trade cocoa butter and olive oil. 

SHOP IT: Lush, $8

Chocolate Macaroon Mini Easter Egg

Chocolate Macaroon Mini Easter Egg

Tea drinkers will love this miniature egg-shaped ornament that comes filled with your choice of three delicious flavours. 

SHOP IT: David’s Tea, $6

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