Can you believe Spring is here!? Seems like the longest winter ever! I am so excited for pretty flowers, sunshine, warm weather, and Easter! Easter is one of my favorite holidays, and putting together Easter Baskets for the girls is so much fun for me. I love to add a few new toys in with some Spring/Summer essentials! I am so excited to share my Easter Basket Gift Guide with you today!
Little Kingdom Princess Dolls
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I am breaking my Easter Basket Gift Guide up into categories, so buckle up and get ready to shop!
I always try to add a few practical picks in with all of the whimsey and fun for the girls’ Easter Baskets. These sandals are so cute, and will match everything. I snagged a pair for each girl, and cannot wait for sandal weather! We are big fans of Pediped, not just because they’re cute, but because they are designed with your child’s foot development in mind!
I always like to plan for the seasons ahead, so adding a few beach/pool-friendly goodies is a must for an Easter Basket in my opinion!
We love how bright and fun Bling2o is! The girls have been rocking their goggles for the past few years, and looove expressing their personalities through the colors and designs! Adaline is obsessed with pretending to be a kitten, so those little cat goggles are going to be her favorite!
My girls love anything with their names on it, so Stuck On You is always a go-to for gifting!
Addy and London are super into puzzles right now, and these custom wooden ones are so sweet! I absolutely love thinking about how we can store them in our Easter Decor Bin, and bring them out each year!
I love getting Peyton books that engage her, so she can work on her reading skills. Who wouldn’t want to read a personalized book where she gets to team up with the Super Easter Bunny to stop an egg thief?
Peyton has been doing chores around the house lately to earn an allowance, so she has some spending money when we go places… but I typically end up having to hold onto it all for her. I love this wallet! It’s very kid-friendly, and she is going to LOVE feeling like a grown up with her very own wallet!
We typically do an Easter Egg Hunt or two each year with friends and family. I grabbed a personalized Egg Hunt Bag for each girl! I love that they have little bunny ears!
If your girls are like mine, then they loooove all things Disney Princess. I stocked up for Easter Baskets!
The Little Kingdom dolls and playsets are a favorite here – the girls pull them out a few times a week, and lately have been taking their favorites in the car when we go to school or run errands. London even took her Anna to school for Letter A Show and Tell Day!
The little playsets are so cute! I love watching the girls set up a little city, and watching their imaginations take off! I grabbed Snow White’s Cottage Kitchen and Belle’s Royal Chambers for Addy and London’s Easter Basket!
The Prince and Princess sets are adorable, too, and I snagged a few little single princess dolls, like Pocahontas and Aurora. I am going to open them, and stash them inside a plastic Easter egg for a fun surprise!
Have you seen these Bananas toys? They’re scented! I opened the box, and legit it smelled like banana yogurt! Yum! Inside each Banana is a silly character, gemstone stickers, and 2 little squishy friends! The girls are going to love them!
These Disney Princess Gems are fun blind bag toys – you can collect 12 princesses, and display them in their gems! They’re perfectly Easter Basket-sized, too!
Peyton loves PlayFoam, and loooved the SnowyPals I got her for Christmas, so they’re making a repeat appearance in her Easter Basket! These Pet Party Pals are super cute! Inside the fun, squishy PlayFoam, there are little pets hiding! The best part? PlayFoam doesn’t dry out!
Obviously, my girls love LOL Surprise Dolls, and were SO excited when the new HairGoals collection came out. While shopping the other day, I saw the new little surprises! Inside each pack, you’ll find either a little sister OR a pet! How fun is that?
Dollar Spot Finds
Of course, I had a handful of Target Dollar Spot finds that I can’t link directly. I grabbed a fun pack of gel pens and washi tape for Peyton, as well as a jump rope! They also have blank books right now, and I always stock up on those, as she LOVES to make up little stories and illustrate them herself!
I grabbed some sidewalk chalk for the girls, too. The sets out right now have little handles, so the girls won’t be a complete mess! I also stocked up on bubble wands for the season, too 😉
For more Easter Basket Inspo, head over to last year’s Easter Basket Gift Guide!