Tips for Hosting a Successful Easter Egg Hunt


Decide where the Easter egg hunt will take place - ensure the area is safe and free from obstacles.

Have a plan in place for cleaning up the hunt area once the event is over - e.g., provide designated bins or bags for collecting empty egg shells and other litter to ensure the area is left clean and tidy.

Keep track of the number of eggs hidden so you can ensure they're all found. You don't want to leave any behind to be found weeks later!


Document the Fun

Don't forget to capture the excitement and joy of the Easter egg hunt by taking photos or videos throughout the event. These memories will be cherished for years to come and can be shared with friends and family.

Involve the Whole Family

Encourage family involvement by assigning roles such as egg hiders, clue creators, and referees. This allows everyone to contribute to the success of the event and fosters teamwork and togetherness. It also ensures the load is shared - many hands make light work!



Consider Different Age Groups


Divide & Conquer

If you have participants of different ages, consider dividing them into groups and assigning each group a specific hunt area with age-appropriate challenges and hiding spots.



Use Colour

To make the hunt more organised, and give the younger kids a fair chance, consider using different colours of eggs for different age groups.


Spice Things Up

Above All Have Fun!

The most important tip of all is to have fun! Easter egg hunts are a time for enjoyment and creating lasting memories, so relax and enjoy the experience with your family and friends.