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Easter Gifting ๐Ÿฃ๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿฃ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿฅš

Spring time is rapidly approaching and that means that Easter is also right around the corner. Here in Nashville, the trees have already started flowering and we've had some gorgeous days! I love the first few days of spring, when the world is buzzing with activity. The bugs are out, the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and somehow even my neighbors seem friendlier. There is nothing like the first few spring days.


Whether you are looking for a hostess gift for Easter brunch, or gifts to fill up Easter baskets, we have great gifts for everyone on your Easter gift list. Check out some of our favorite gifts below.



For the Easter Hostess


If you've been following Occasional.ly for some time now, you know how much we love Lula's Garden. I mean, look at this gorgeous Easter Urban Garden. Plus your gift provides six months of safe water for one person in the developing world. The garden includes an assortment of 4 small and 3 medium pre-planted fresh succulents in an eco-friendly gift planter. Perfect to brighten up the Easter table with some color!


$128 at Lula's Garden







For the Easter Party


If you are attending an Easter party/dinner, bring this spring picnic box to enjoy as an appetizer. We promise you won't be disappointed with this spread of award-winning artisanal eats including East Meadow Cheddar Cheese, Garlic Scape Salami, Savory Fig & Thyme Crisps, Lemon Zest Almonds, and Idukki Pepper Dark Chocolate.


Starting at $78.50 at Mouth




For the Easter Basket


This chocolate collection celebrates Persephone's tenacity and abundance the earth provides during the season of rebirth. It includes limited edition truffles and mini enchanted mushrooms in an array of superior sourced spices, nuts, and fruits. The Persephone Returns Truffle Collection include 21 truffle pieces including our favorite flavors: Kokuto Black Sugar, Fraise, and Forest Raspberry.


$80 at Vosges Chocolate






For Yourself


Add a little spring to your home with this gorgeous yellow orchid! This Phalaenopsis orchid is also known as a "beginner" orchid as it is one of the easiest varieties to grow as a houseplant. The plant will typically bloom once year, for up to three full months. Give yourself a little treat this year! After all, you made it through winter!


$98 at The Sill







What type of Easter gifting do you partake in? Let us know in the comments below!

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