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10 Items to Make Your Socially-Distant Easter 'Eggs-traordinary'

Give me all the chocolate.

These items are all you need for a family Easter dinner—whether on Zoom or with family or people you've been socially distancing with the past few weeks. Doing things to make us feel normal at this time can help rejuvenate the soul, which is what Easter is all about.



So set some places for people on computer screens and do a virtual Easter egg hunt if need be. But Easter is here!

Easter Party Supplies and Eco-Friendly Decorations

Part of the responsibilities that comes with hosting the perfect dinner is making sure all decorations are perfect. These supplies are disposable but eco friendly. They include 120 pieces of everything from dinnerware to paper plates and napkins, so all you have to worry about is the brown sugar glazed ham and the side dish of scalloped potatoes.

$14.99

Easter Hunt Napkins

Trust me, you need as many napkins as you can get. Easter has a lot of chocolate and chocolate melts. Melted chocolate is messy, especially if there are kids running around. Even if there is no chocolate, an olive oil covered leg of lamb is no easy affair.

$16.99

Gold Plastic Plates with Gold Silverware

If you're hoping to host a fancier affair with deviled eggs or lamb chops, these plates will fit better. I might not know any Easter dinner recipes but anything will look chef made with these fancy plastic plates. Plus, no cleanup!

$36.99

Easter Decoration Tableware Case Flower Shaped Holders Pockets for Silverware

Give your decorations an extra push and what better way than by decorating the silverware with these adorable flower-shaped holders. Let me tell you, this is one of the classiest Easter dinner ideas.

$3.69

DII Easter Folk Garden Kitchen Textiles

If you're hoping to use your own silverware and dinner plates then up the ante with a cool table cloth. Or, table runner? I don't know what the difference is. Your family will love the colorful pattern, and if they spill something, it won't be all over your nice table.

$13.99

DII Spring Plaid Cloth Napkin

Just because you're celebrating Easter, not everything has to be covered in bunnies or chickens. Just some fun prints and pastel colors. Plus, you can use these plaid napkins year-round.

$11.99

Jumbo Squishy Toys Easter Eggs Basket Stuffers

One of the best parts of Easter are the basket fillers. The kids could use some cute trinkets to entertain themselves with. These squishy kawaii unicorns and chicks will also help as scented stress relief. And, they come in cute egg packs.

$12.99

Easter Chocolate Candy Spring Variety Mix

You can also fill the baskets with Easter-themed candy. These pink and baby blue M&M's taste better than the original. For some reason, all limited edition seasonal candy is better than the original. These also include 3 Musketeers, Twix, Milky Way, and Snickers.

It's all the best chocolate.

$29.99

Easter Inflatable Bunny Ears Ring Toss Party Games

Now, for some entertainment. This is a cool game that can be played indoors or outdoors. The idea is that someone gets to wear the inflatable ears and the rest toss rings at them. I think you're going to have to figure out a way to choose who gets to actually wear the ears, but it's fun either way.

The kit includes 3 inflatable bunny ears and 12 rings.

$28.99

CADBURY Milk Chocolate Creme Easter Candy Eggs

What is Easter without Cadbury eggs? You hope that the Easter bunny itself leaves them for you. They are chocolaty and creamy. It's the best of both worlds.

$25.95

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