It's not just about the candy inside. These stylish Easter baskets range from plush and baby-friendly to sophisticated wire designs, and there's something in store for every age group.

By Brandi Dye
March 15, 2019
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Nothing compares to the excitement of unpacking a basket full of sweet treats, chocolate bunnies, and eggs on Easter morning. Easter baskets are a fun tradition for every age group, and part of the joy of gifting one is finding a design tailored to its recipient's interests. Need inspiration? We've found the best Easter baskets and basket stuffers for every age to help you get started.

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For Babies

Woven Easter Basket

Make your kiddo’s Easter basket a yearly tradition; this woven cotton basket can be reused year after year. If you have more than one child—or if a lamb just isn’t your kid’s style—this cotton basket is also available as a bunny. Lamb or bunny, this basket is sure to last well into your child’s childhood.

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My First Easter Basket

Baby’s first Easter is an exciting time, but it's probably too soon to gift him or her the sweet treats that generally accompany the holiday. This soft and squeezable five-piece Easter basket for babies features a cast of plush characters (like bunnies, chicks, and carrots). Plus, all of the pieces are washable.

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Pink Felt Pig Gift Container

One way to "ham" up Easter: a precious felt pig basket. This flexible baby Easter basket is ideal for toys, crayons, and maybe a sweet treat or two. Made completely of felt, this basket is soft and squishable so your little one can tote it around all day long.

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For Toddlers

Rainbow Tutu

This is Pottery Barn Easter basket fit for a princess. A tutu basket liner makes your little one’s Easter fun and whimsical. And, since this liner comes in different sizes, you can dress up any basket you have around the house. For an even more personal touch, you can have it embroidered with your child’s name.

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Personalized Easter Basket

One easy way to nix any confusion when doling out Easter baskets? Personalization. It's no extra charge to include a name with up to nine letters when you purchase this Walmart Easter basket (talk about a deal!). The plush chick design can be used as an Easter basket for girls or boys, and we think it'll especially come in handy at large Easter gatherings with lots of little ones competing during the egg hunt.

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Canvas Brown Bunny Easter Bucket

This basket will fill your heart with serious hoppiness. It’s made from durable canvas, meaning it can hang with a rough-and-tumble toddler all day long, through gifts, Easter egg hunts, and carting home a bucketful of Easter treats.

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Bowtie Bunny Basket

Who can resist smiling at a bunny in his Easter best? This square-shaped felt bunny has all the dapper details for a cute boy’s Easter basket, right down to the pom-pom "cottontail" on its backside. Plus the yellow bowtie is a beautiful pop of spring color.

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Minnie Mouse Easter Basket

This Disney Easter basket will delight children who love Mickey and Minnie! Heads up, this Easter basket is quite large—so be ready to fill it with lots of Easter treats. For an extra-Instagrammable Easter moment, see if you can get your little one into a pink polka dot bow to match Minnie’s iconic look.

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For Kids

Gingham Bunny Face Basket Liners

If your family is celebrating Easter with a picnic, you need to bring along some gingham. These pastel basket liners are decorated like adorable Easter bunnies. To add a personal touch (or just to tell each child’s apart) you can have a name embroidered on one of the bunny’s ears. These liners come in a large or small, designed to accommodate any Easter basket you have at home.

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Classic Easter Basket

If your child is “too grown up” for Easter bunnies and chicks, but they still want a basket full of treats, spring for a versatile rattan basket with a liner. This traditional Easter basket can be personalized with embroidery, and it's subtle enough to keep up with your child’s style for several years.

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Plush Unicorn Basket

If you’ve spent the past few years buying unicorn school supplies, making unicorn slime, and decorating everything in rainbow colors, you know this Easter basket will be a hit. This plush unicorn Easter basket may even have a bit of unicorn magic to help your kiddo win the egg hunt! If you're feeling crafty, you can make your own unicorn Easter basket with just a few materials!

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Personalized Easter Basket

These roomy Easter buckets hold up to five quarts, making them a smart pick for serious egg hunters. Plus, there are so many options for personalization (bucket color, lettering style, monogram options), both boys and girls will be able to get a design tailored to his or her liking.

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Llamacorn Easter Basket

Kids love llamas. Kids also love unicorns. This funny Easter basket design offers the best of both worlds since it combines them into one cute package. Little details like the golden horn and pom-pom tail make this basket extra-special. Keep the unicorn theme going by making your own unicorn Easter eggs with your little ones.

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Bunny Easter Basket Kit

Everything you need to build a bunny basket—including the adorable pom-pom nose and glittery ears—is bundled into one DIY kit. Each Easter Basket kit has enough materials to make eight bunny baskets in different colors, so it's also a fun option for gifting to children at school or in the neighborhood.

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For Teens

Mint Wire Basket

There's something nostalgic about this mint basket's simple metal design, and we think it's a beautiful option for an older child that might enjoy something a little more grown-up. It comes with everything needed to build a beautiful Easter basket for teens, including filler, a clear basket bag, and a gift tag. The only thing missing is the Easter candy!

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Large White Oval Basket

Coming up with Easter basket ideas for teens doesn't have to be a challenge. Because this 10 1/2-inch wide basket is so beautifully simple, you can commit to any theme or aesthetic simply by playing up the contents inside. Fill it with different colors of Easter grass, ribbons, and trinkets. Once Easter is over, you can repurpose it as another gift basket or integrate it within your home décor.

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Felted Wool Easter Basket

Look closely, and you'll notice the spring scene that's been meticulously felted onto this pretty Easter basket. Hallmarks of spring like rabbits, tulips, and greenery cover its exterior. Plus, the felt is sturdy enough to hold a heaping assortment of chocolate bunnies.

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Natural Woven Basket

Starting with a natural basket allows you to totally customize your teenager’s Easter basket. You can update the theme and aesthetic of this water hyacinth Target Easter basket year after year just by adding a new color scheme, this year’s “in” gifts, and, of course, sweet treats. When Easter is over, it'll make a gorgeous catchall for odds and ends around the house.

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Bunny Backpack

Sometimes the best Easter baskets aren’t baskets at all! This cute bunny backpack is one of our favorite Easter basket ideas for tweens since it can be used year-round to tote useful things like art supplies, a light jacket, or a couple of books. Besides, don't you just love those floppy ears?


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