Who said egg dyeing was just for kids? Intricate designs call for adult attention to details, making this traditional Easter activity just as fun for adults.
Need a new Easter egg decorating idea? All this one takes is dye and electrical tape.
Thinking about including a new treat on your Easter sweets spread? Test delicious new recipes by hosting a baking exchange with your friends.
Another Easter activity that adults will enjoy? Easter egg hunts! Hide the eggs in spots you know are too hard for kids. To make this even more entertaining, keep the Easter cocktails flowing!
Easter festivities call for bright, fruity cocktails like these Peach Bellinis. These sips pair perfectly with a classic Easter brunch.
Place a dish of spring-color jelly beans (make sure to count them first) in the center of every table, and have guests guess the number of candies in each. The winner gets to keep the candy -- it's up to them if they share or not!
We all have that one baked good we make every Easter. This year, get a group together and bake together! You'll basically be turning your to-do list into a fun Easter activity.
More into crafts than baked goods? Host an Easter crafting party. We love this adorable garland that makes Easter decorating so easy.
Instead of plastic balls, use plastic Easter eggs to play this classic game. Learn how to make this giant version of the classic game on All Parenting.
All you really need for an afternoon of Easter activities is a backyard or park to play in. Some of our Easter game faves: