Easter Traditions

Sharing Easter Traditions

Easter season is one of creativity in the Live Pretty households.  While we constantly think of new, creative ideas for Easter, there are those that are staples.  With that, we wanted to share some Easter traditions with you as we prepare for Easter.

LP_WrapABasket12Easter Baskets

See how Easter Baskets can have special meaning.  Here, Beth shares a family tradition as well as her techniques for wrapping the perfect basket.




LP_NaturalEggDye6Dye Your Eggs – The Natural Way

There are many ways to dye Easter eggs – from food coloring to Kool-aid. Here, we present natural dye ideas ranging from Paprika to Tea.  Check it out.  Fun.




LP_EasterCandyLARGE1Home Made Easter Candy

Easier than you think.  While the store-bought Peeps will always be here, try these extra special Easter candies.





Easter Coffee Cake

Make this.  Really. Make this.  This is something I look forward to each year.  The Easter Coffee Cake is one not to be missed.  Make it part of your traditions.





Bunny Rolls

This Live Pretty tradition has garnered some attention.  Our little family tradition was shared a few years back with the readers of Orlando Sentinel and has remained a ‘must-have’ on our Easter tables.  The only problem with the bunny rolls is that it’s very hard to keep them around….they seem to disappear as quick as a wild bunny.



From Around The Web:

There are so many great Easter ideas.  Following are a few ideas that have caught our attention.

Pinterest – Check out the Live Pretty Easter Board on Pinterest.  Cool ideas that will start a conversation.

Bird Nests Cupcakes – check out Better Homes & Garden’s take on the cupcake.

Dixie Sugar is a great Easter resource.  The Easter section on their site offers recipe and baking ideas.  Good stuff.

Parenting.com shares coloring pages for your children.  Keep ’em busy.

Check out CoolMomPicks Easter resource pages.  Great links to Easter solutions.

Enjoy this spiritual season filled with meaning and family fun. Please share your Easter traditions – we’d love to hear.


Combining his love of food and communications, Rod is a marketing guru with extensive experience in the healthcare, restaurant and luxury services industry. Rod’s special talent is cooking. He makes magic in the kitchen by relying on fresh foods and unique flavors. He is married to Beth, and together they have two little girls. Rod and Beth have the perfect Live Pretty partnership: he cooks fabulous dishes and she creates the beautiful ambiance that combines to make their events special and unforgettable.

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