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Each Egg is 2" Dia. x 2½" H

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Add a bit of fun and humor to your Easter decorations with this fantastic bisque Emoji Easter Egg Set! Each trendy set comes with 6 different emoji egg designs! These fun eggs are sure to put a smile on your customers face. Don't forget to add these to your studio selection today!

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Easter emoji

Before we get into all the emoji used to symbolize the holiday, it’s helpful to know a little bit about it. Easter is a central Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion. The holiday is linked to the Jewish holiday of Passover and shares a lot of the same symbols—except for the cross, of course. It also draws from ancient pagan traditions and imagery.

The first Christian observance of Easter is dated to the mid-second century. The date of Easter changes depending on the lunar calendar, but it usually occurs in early spring. That’s why so many of the symbols of Easter are so closely related to springtime and the new birth (i.e., new life, resurrection) that occurs at that time of year, including newborn lambs, chicks, and rabbits.

This brings us to all the emoji possibilities for this holiday. Every year around March since at least 2013, people turn to Google to try to find an Easteremoji. Unfortunately for these searchers, there is no one, single, official Easter emoji.

But there are many options for the holiday. Animal symbols include a Rabbit Face 🐰, Rabbit 🐇, Hatching Chick 🐣, and Baby Chick 🐤 emoji. There is also an Egg emoji 🥚, though there’s no decorated Easter egg.

For more religious symbols related to this Christian holiday, users can select from the Church  ⛪, the Latin Cross ✝️, and Orthodox Cross emoji ☦️, and emoji used to represent prayer, like the Raising Hands 🙌 and Folded Hands 🙏 emoji.

And oh, how could we forget the multi-purpose Chocolate Bar 🍫 emoji—good for all chocolate-related events, from Halloween to Valentine’s Day to Easter. Users often take to these emoji in combination.

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From gin to an aubergine emoji: how Easter eggs grew up

Maria Clifton can’t exactly remember how or why she began making chocolate toilet rolls with messages written on them. It doesn’t matter, really. If people want everyday items crafted from Belgian milk chocolate, she will do it.

It started about four years ago when she founded Personalised Chocolates 4U, a small family venture she runs from her home in Hastings, East Sussex. She makes confectionery that children will always go crazy for – minions, trolls – but about half of her orders come from adults looking for something delightfully ridiculous.

Two weeks before Easter, she is frantically moulding chocolate incarnations of prosecco bottles, pie and pints, lobsters and full English breakfasts. Weekends are spent shaping chocolate avocados and etching personal messages on gifts in Swiss chocolate. “For Easter, I’m finding that ‘fuck my diet’ is quite popular,” she says.

Until fairly recently, chocolate Easter eggs had remained largely the same as they looked when the family-owned company Fry’s debuted them in the UK in 1873. About 80m are sold annually in Britain, and in 2019 the market was worth £340.9m.

But Easter eggs are no longer simply repackaged versions of children’s favourite chocolate bars stacked high and sold three for £5 at Tesco. They have become statement pieces – often aimed at adults rather than kids – and the more outlandish, the better.

This year the shelves, both in-store and virtual, are stacked with £80 ostrich eggs or ones infused with Marmite. There are eggs that double as cheese fondues and blonde chocolate geometric eggs.

“Recently, we’ve seen a move toward luxury Easter eggs,” says Charley Meredith, a product developer for confectionery at Sainsbury’s. There’s a greater desire for eggs that shimmer with edible dusting, created from intricate moulds and sophisticated flavours. The retailer’s Cocoa & Co range is specifically designed for adult tastes, with £4.50 eggs made from single origin Colombian dark chocolate and £8.50 Belgian chocolate beehives. “Animals and nature always resonate well,” she says.

The first coronavirus lockdown hit the industry hard, knocking out the final weeks of trading before Easter 2020. Specialist retailers were closed, many supermarkets had not introduced Covid-safe infrastructure and people questioned if they could be arrested and jailed just for browsing the Easter egg aisle. According to the industry magazine, the Grocer, £35.5m that would usually be spent on Easter chocolate went on booze and meat instead.

This year is in limbo, too. The Grocer notes: “Many expect demand for more premium Easter treats to go through the roof following a winter of isolation.” But Easter spending as a whole is estimated to be down 10% (£92m) on 2020. Of that, millennials are expected to spend the most.

Some supermarkets are pinning their hopes on artisanal or celebrity-endorsed products to save the season. Waitrose has wheeled out Heston Blumenthal to concoct banana ganache-filled hen eggs (currently on offer at £4.80 for four), while Harvey Nichols is selling £125 porcelain egg cups designed by the ceramicist Mary Rose Young.

Easter preparation starts right after Christmas at Harvey Nichols, and what ends up on the shelves goes through a process of team meetings and mood boards. “If we can create something delicious that has an element of surprise, then we’re happy,” says Shirley Aubrey, a food development manager for the department store chain.

Among Harvey Nichols’ adult-oriented treats are Danish liquorice covered in chocolate and sold for £27.95 a bag under the brand Ægg, and small boxes of chocolate scotch eggs, which, thankfully, are not only for meat eaters. There is also the £65 Legless egg hunt jar, which contains six miniature bottles of chocolate liqueur alongside a kilo of sweets to hide.

Some chocolatiers have a more simple ethos. Philip Stas is the second generation of the Stas family, who began importing Belgian chocolates in the 60s. In a good year the company will shift between 30,000 and 40,000 eggs, ranging from small decorative pieces to 27,000-calorie, sour cherry-covered varieties that weigh about 5kg and cost £140.

I told Stas I came across his Godzilla egg after watching a YouTube video of a competitive eater called BeardMeetsFood attempting to finish it in one sitting. “What an idiot. That’s ridiculous. Why would anybody do that? He’ll die,” he says. After some more of this, he reconsiders: “I’m sure he’s a lovely guy and I have nothing but respect for him.”

After several decades in the chocolate business, Stas does not plan to make unnecessary changes. “Why would you reinvent the wheel?” he says. “Nobody would reinvent the wheel, and Easter eggs are like a wheel. Just do something simple and do it well.”

The company aims its products at families and gift-givers who stand a chance of actually finishing their purchase. “If somebody gave you a present for £1, how would you feel about that?” he says. I instantly have flashbacks to all the £1 presents I have given but also remember the £1 present I very much enjoyed. “This has a wow factor to it. A tiny little egg? That’s nice. A great big egg? That’s terrific.”

Duncan Garnsworthy of the Chocolate Society thinks if a piece of chocolate can pull on the sentimental heartstrings of customers and take them back to familiar times, then it is likely to be a winner.

He started the Chocolate Society 11 years ago with his brother, Alasdair, after spotting an opportunity. Or, rather, an available domain name, chocolate.co.uk, which they bought for an unspecified amount. The fact they had no experience in making chocolate did not bother them. They had a killer domain name so the rest would figure itself out.

The Chocolate Society expects to sell between 5,000-6,000 eggs this year but knowing what will work is sometimes a case of trial and error. Honeycomb, toasted sourdough and sea salt, and tea and biscuit flavours are its biggest sellers: prices start at £9.50 for small eggs, while the more unusual flavours cost £29.95. Chocolates with bacon infusion and cereal pieces worked. Strawberries and cream did not. “It had a weird texture,” says Garnsworthy, who admits it did not make it past the testing stage.

Ordinarily, development of new products at the Chocolate Society happens about three months in advance. This year, lockdown meant they had just four weeks. At Marks & Spencer, however, eggs were on the shelves in January.

Katy Patino, the lead product developer for M&S’s Easter confectionery, sees this as part of a broader shift, where seasonal events are being celebrated and marketed earlier each year. “As the popularity of celebrating seasonal events grows, so has the importance of food and drink offerings within those celebrations,” she says.

The retailer’s grownup selections roughly fall into two camps. There are luxury eggs, preferably filled with booze: its £15 Marc de Champagne variety comes with fizz-flavoured truffles and the £5 Gin & Ton-Egg is made from gin-flavoured milk chocolate. Then there are creations that raise eyebrows. This Easter, it’s the 135g vegan eggplant emoji, selling for £6.

“The rise of the ‘snackfluencer’ has shown how chocolate and confectionery continues to drive real engagement and excitement from social media users,” Patino says.

It’s a simple premise: create a bizarre foodstuff, attract snack reviewers, they share it with millions of followers, repeat. But whether they taste good or not, unlikely food combinations have been a recipe for success online for years. A few years ago there were candy-floss burritos. Last year, it was TikTok-popular pancake cereal.

There is an artform to anarchic food, and companies such as Twisted Food have made it into a business. The company is the self-described “home of unserious food” that creates and films meals designed for social media engagement. Through recipes for red Thai curry meatball subs and macaroni pizzas it has gained more than 35 million followers across video platforms including Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok.

It is an audience brands are eager to attract and who can breathe new life products we are long used to. This year, Twisted is making a series of wild desserts from Malteser bunnies and Galaxy eggs via a partnership with Mars. Tom Jackson, a co-creator and head chef at Twisted, says: “We use products in innovative ways and encourage brands to try new things. They gain exposure, yes, but it feels like Twisted is living vicariously in supermarkets, even through Easter eggs.”

Unlike Twisted’s ingredients, Clifton’s more risque handmade chocolate items are unlikely to be in supermarkets this Easter. Some messages she has been asked to write probably cannot even be printed. But whether said in toilet rolls or truffles, she says: “Chocolate is a talking point. I get requests that make no sense to me at all but to them, it’s personal. It’s their message.”

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The Easter emojis collection is dedicated to a religious holiday, which is celebrated in honor of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The date of the celebration depends on the 🌑 Lunisolar📅 Calendar, so it changes every year.

Easter is full of traditions, various rituals, and games that everyone knows and loves. For example, it is customary to 🖌 Dye🥚 Eggs, bake Easter cakes, look for the Easter 🐇 Bunny, as well as arrange small family gatherings.

Use the Easter collection to congratulate 🤝 Friends and relatives on holiday, invite them to go to ⛪ Church together, bake Easter cakes, dye eggs or invite them to a holiday dinner, etc.

Also, this collection can be used to present gifts. For example, write to your children or wife/husband: “Today the 🐇 Easter Bunny visited us and hid the 🎁 Gifts in the 🏠 House. It’s ⌚ Time to 🔎 Look for them.”

Interesting fact: The ⛪ Church emoji is often used to denote religious ceremonies and holidays. This emoji was approved by Unicode in 2009.

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  • Happy Easter! 🥚🐇🐾

  • Look what the Easter Bunny brought me 🐰🎁🎀

  • Christ is risen! ⛪

  • 🤗 Happy Easter! 😌

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  • 🐇🐰🥚

     — Easter bunny

  • ➡️️🛐⛪

     — Visiting the church

  • 🤫🔎🥚

     — Hunting for Easter eggs

  • 😌🕯⛪

     — Church service

  • 🥚🖌🔴

     — Dying eggs

  • 🧔⬆️️⛪

     — The resurrection of Jesus

  • ⛪🔥🕯

     — Blessed fire

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Easter Emojis: Make 🐰 Easter The Most Special One Yet With 🐣 Fun Emoji Party 🎉

Holidays are a time for family and friends to get together. Easter, especially, calls for egg hunts, parades, and other activities organized by various communities and commercial establishments. Unfortunately, since things aren’t 100 percent back to normal yet, Easter activities will most likely be done virtually. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t connect and celebrate with your loved ones! With the help of your laptop, some props, and our special Easter emoji list, you can still enjoy all the fun and traditional aspects of Easter.

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From virtual Easter egg hunts to Easter bingo, here are some suggestions to have a fun virtual celebration.

 

Easter Emojis

Before we get into the nitty-gritty, we need to go over some of the basics first, like Easter emojis and Easter symbols. Why is this so? Since most of the events will be done virtually, you will definitely be dealing with a lot of Easter symbols, and Easter emojis, to make your digital parties look and feel more realistic. So, how to go about it? Well, the good news is, you won’t have to look very far because we’ve got most of the symbols you need to be using are right here. Check out our Easter emoji collection below.

 

Rabbit Emoji

Rabbit emoji, Easter emoji

First on our Easter emoji list is the 🐇 Rabbit emoji. It shows a rabbit looking to the left. The rabbit has a white body with pink ears and pink nose. This emoji is often used to represent the Easter Bunny, a folk character and a symbol of Easter, portrayed as a rabbit carrying Easter eggs.

How to use the 🐇 Rabbit emoji: 

– Every Easter, I buy a new 🐇 and keep it as a pet.
– What does a 🐇 have to do with Easter? One theory of the Easter Bunny’s origins is that it stemmed from early pagan celebrations. Pagans worshipped the goddess of dawn and fertility, Eostre, who was often represented by the hare or an egg.

 

Rabbit Face Emoji

Rabbit Face emoji, Easter emoji

The 🐰 Rabbit Face emoji shows a white and gray rabbit face. The face is looking ahead, with upright ears, pink ears, and a pink nose. Commonly used in a more affectionate tone than the 🐇 emoji. Like the 🐇 emoji, it is often used to represent the Easter Bunny.

How to use the 🐰 Rabbit Face emoji:

– ​Every year, my daughter waits for the 🐇​🐰​🥚​ to pass by our house and give us candy and chocolate eggs.
– Whenever I have an exam, I always put my ​🤞​🐇​🦶 ​keychain in my pocket. It truly is my lucky charm. I’ve never failed an exam since!

 

Carrot Emoji

Carrot emoji, Apple version of the Carrot emoji

The 🥕 Carrot emoji shows a whole, bright orange carrot, topped with long green leaves, as if freshly plucked out of the garden. Some platforms have a longer, thinner carrot, others a shorter, more bulbous one.

How to use the 🥕 Carrot emoji: 

– Any suggestions on how to make our family like 🥕? They hate it, but I just learned one glass of 🥕​🥤 has about 800 percent of your daily recommended intake of Vitamin A and 16 mg of beta-carotene, more than enough to meet one’s daily requirement.
– Looking for a picture of an Easter Bunny with a 🥕 in its mouth for our virtual Easter scavenger hunt tomorrow.

 

Hatching Chick Emoji

Hatching Chick emoji, Apple version of the Hatching Chick emoji

Third on our Easter emoji list is the 🐣 Hatching Chick emoji. This 🐣 Hatching Chick emoji shows a baby chicken hatching from an egg. The chick is yellow with an orange beak. You’ll often see this emoji used in an affectionate tone. The 🐣 Hatching Chick emoji may also be used to depict various types of baby birds. Some people use it in conversations related to Spring or Easter.

How to use the 🐣 Hatching Chick emoji: 

– At my parent’s farm, I ​saw a 🐥🐣 ​​​and it was such a beautiful and special experience 💖
– For our Easter movie marathon, me and my nieces and nephews watched the Disney movie ​🐣​🏃‍♂️​💨​ a 2000 stop motion animated adventure comedy film, and we loved it!

 

Baby Chick Emoji

Baby Chick emoji, Apple version of the Baby Chick emoji

The 🐤 Baby Chick emoji is an illustration of a yellow baby chicken with an orange beak. Variously portrayed as a chick in full profile, standing on its legs, or as a chick head. Many people use this symbol with an affectionate tone. The 🐤 Baby Chick emoji is commonly used in topics related to baby birds, chicken foods, Easter, and Spring.

How to use the 🐤 Baby Chick emoji: 

– After watching that tennis game, why do I have a feeling there is some ​🐧​🐦​🐤​🎮 ​involved?
– Want to have strong bones? Eat ​🐤​🍐​! The iron, calcium, and other nutrients in 🐤​🍐contribute to healthy bone structure and strength.

 

Egg Emoji

Egg emoji, Apple version of the Egg emoji

The 🥚 Egg emoji, seen as a chicken egg with a light brown or white shell. Commonly used during Easter.

How to use the 🥚 Egg emoji: 

– What do I want for breakfast tomorrow? 🥚 and 🥓 please!
– When I was a kid, I wanted my 🥚 to be sunny side up. Now that I am an adult, I would rather have my 🥚 scrambled!

 

Chocolate Bar Emoji

Chocolate Bar emoji, Apple version of the Chocolate Bar emoji

The 🍫 Chocolate Bar emoji shows a block of dark chocolate, normally displayed in a red foil wrapper, peeled back to reveal a series of candy squares. WhatsApp depicts a purple wrapper, a color usually associated with the chocolate brand Cadbury.

How to use the 🍫 Chocolate Bar emoji: 

– ​Spent the whole weekend doing a ton of Spring cleaning. I think I 🍫​➡️️​😋!
– The ultimate Easter treat for grown-ups are Burdick’s 🍫🥚. No one can resist their assorted crispy centers!

 

Church Emoji

Church emoji, Apple version of the Church emoji

Our next entry in our Easter emoji list is a more serious one. We are talking about the ⛪ Church emoji, a colored illustration of a church building, characterized by a cross atop its steeple. A church place of worship for Christians, generally associated with Christian denominations.

Why is this included in the list? Because, for Christians all over the world, Easter, also known as Resurrection Sunday, is a festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

How to use the ⛪ Church emoji: 

– When you go to ​⛪ and you do not feel the ⛪​👻​ in that place, something could be wrong in that church!
– For almost a decade, I would sing at the Resurrection Sunday service ⛪ Nothing beats serving the Lord with your talents and gifts.

 

Basket Emoji

Basket emoji, Apple version of the Basket emoji

The 🧺 Basket emoji shows a picture of a basket used to hold various items like picnic food or laundry. Come Easter time, bunnies are placed inside a basket filled with eggs. Most platforms show a woven basket with two handles. Commonly used to represent doing laundry, having clothes cleaned, or having a picnic outside.

How to use the 🧺 Basket emoji: 

– Every year, my kids leave a 🧺out overnight for the Easter 🐇to fill with candy, toys, and gifts on the night before Easter.
– Fixing my Easter 🐇 for the Easter egg hunt this afternoon! I hope to catch a lot of eggs!

 

Cherry Blossom Emoji

Cherry Blossom emoji, Apple version of the Cherry Blossom emoji

A refreshing entry to our Easter emoji list, the 🌸 Cherry Blossom emoji depicts a pink flower, one plucked from a cherry tree. It has five petals and white or yellow center. One of Japan’s national flowers, the 🌸 Cherry Blossom emoji is used to convey romantic movements.

You might be thinking, so how is it related to Easter? Easter season is a time of renewal and rebirth, and nowhere is that more evident than in our gardens. From the evergreen shrubs to the bright bulbs, the arrival of Spring signals to the flowers it is time to freely bloom!

How to use the 🌸 Cherry Blossom emoji:

– The best time to go to Japan is during the 🌸 season, from late March to early April. You will see 🌸 wherever you go! It is in full bloom throughout the country.
– Hirosaki Park in Japan is filled with so many 🌸 that the sky is hardly visible. Can you believe that?

 

Blossom Emoji

Blossom emoji, Apple version of the Blossom emoji

The 🌼 Blossom emoji shows an image of a white and orange flower in full bloom. The flower’s petals are yellow or white or both, with a golden center. Commonly used on Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and other special occasions. Can be used more broadly to express concepts like passion, gratitude, and satisfaction.

How to use the 🌼 Blossom emoji: 

– One of my favorite childhood memories is being a ​👧​🌼​🌻​🌷 ​at my aunt’s wedding.
– One of the perks of living in the countryside is witnessing the seasons change, from ​🌼​➡️️​🍂​

 

 Seedling Emoji

Seedling emoji, Apple version of the Seedling emoji

The 🌱 Seedling emoji shows a young and small plant on a tiny mound of earth. Depicted as a thin, light green plant with a short stem and two leaves, and often used for different content related to Spring plant life, and new growth.

How to use the 🌱 Seedling emoji: 

– What a way to start the week! When I woke up this morning, my first seedlings in the garden appeared! 🌱
– ​🌱​🍃​🌞 ​and I could not be happier! I hate the Winter and the chilling cold!

 

Ribbon Emoji

Ribbon emoji, Apple version of the Ribbon emoji

The 🎀 Ribbon emoji is an illustration of a pink or red ribbon wrapped in a bow. It is generally associated with things that are beautiful, cute, or unique.

How to use the 🎀 Ribbon emoji:

Whenever I am asked to speak in public, I always end up ​👅​🎀​
– I tied all the Easter candy boxes I give away with a 🎀​ because pink is my favorite color!

 

Bell Emoji

Bell emoji, Apple version of the Bell emoji

The 🔔 Bell emoji shows an illustration of a gold or yellow bell, typically used on cell phones as an icon for alerts or ringing sounds.

How to use the 🔔 Bell emoji:

– When my brother was in high school, he’d be at school right on time, like that ’90s show, ​💾​🔔​
– The awkward moment when you’re at a meeting and your cellphone 🔔 and you try to put it on silent mode, but you accidentally make the sound louder!

 

Latin Cross Emoji

Latin Cross emoji, Apple version of the Latin Cross emoji

The ✝️ Latin Cross emoji depicts a cross with a longer vertical line crossed with a shorter horizontal line, used as a symbol of Christianity.

How to use the ✝️ Latin Cross emoji:

– As a Christian, the most important Easter symbol is this ✝️ a sign of both Christ himself and of the faith of Christians.
– I wear my necklace with a ✝️ pendant wherever I go, to protect me. I feel that Jesus is with me.

 

Folded Hands Emoji

Folded Hands emoji, Apple version of the Folded Hands emoji

The 🙏 Folded Hands emoji, or more commonly known as the 🙏 Praying emoji, shows two hands placed firmly together, meaning please or thank you in Japanese culture. A common alternative use for this emoji is for prayer, if you want to show that you are praying for someone, use this emoji.

How to use the 🙏 Folded Hands emoji:

– During Lent, I try to stay away from meat and I try to 🙏 more.
– One should never underestimate the power of 🙏

 

Raising Hands Emoji

Raising Hands emoji, Apple version of the Raising Hands emoji

The 🙌 Raising Hands emoji shows two hands raised in the air, celebrating an achievement or another happy occurrence.

How to use the 🙌 Raising Hands emoji:

– Don’t praise Jesus only on Easter, praise Him everyday 🙌
– How my hands look like every Friday afternoon 🙌 Who does not love the weekend?!

 

Honey Bee Emoji

Honey Bee emoji, Apple version of the Honey Bee emoji

The 🐝 Honey Bee emoji has a black and yellow bee with a striped tail and two legs. The bee, an insect that lives in a hive and makes honey, faces left in this emoji. This symbol is widely used to represent various types of bees and wasps.

How is this related to Easter? The connection between the 🐝 Honey Bee emoji and Easter is quite simple- Easter happens in the Spring, and Spring is the time of year when many flowers start to bloom and when bees are at their busiest.

In case you didn’t know, bees feed on the nectar and pollen of flowers, they use the nectar as an energy source, and the pollen for protein and other nutrients.

How to use the 🐝 Honey Bee emoji:

– Is it just me, or are there a lot of 🐝 in the garden during Easter?
– In high school, Jenny was so popular, she was the ​👸​🐝 ​in her class.

 

Virtual Easter Scavenger Hunt

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Online scavenger hunts are entertaining activities groups can get into remotely. Similar to the Easter egg hunt, a scavenger hunt sends players to search the house for clues, but instead of looking for eggs, players find items or perform acts related to Easter or Spring.

Before a scavenger hunt, players are usually given a list of actions to do and things to look for. It’s even more fun if you present your scavenger hunt clues as challenging riddles for your players to guess! You may also use the various Easter emojis on our Easter emoji list to decorate your clue list. Just copy an emoji from our list above, and paste them on your printable scavenger online template! You’ll find many of those online.

 

Virtual Easter Bingo

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Virtual Easter bingo is a fun and easy game you can play with your nearest and dearest. To begin, send each player an Easter-themed card. In a creative mood? Then why not create the cards yourself? Pick an Easter emoji from the list to decorate your cards with. We’re sure you will find a symbol that will tickle your fancy!

Once all the players have their cards, split the participants into Zoom breakout rooms or speak as a group, and jot down the names of the players in the given squares. To encourage guests to talk to speak to as many people as possible, players cannot re-use the name of the same person in any consecutive column, row, or diagonal.

 

Easter Icebreaker Game

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Posing fun questions is a great way to jumpstart conversation at any party, especially if your guests don’t know one another. Here are a few questions you can ask:

  • What is your favorite Easter candy, and why?
  • Have you ever taken part in a church play or religious activity? What was your experience like?
  • If you’d be asked to hide an Easter egg, where would you hide it to make sure it stays hidden?
  • Goodbye Easter Bunny! If you’d be asked to choose a new animal to be the Easter mascot, which one would you choose, and why?
  • You’ve got a yummy chocolate Easter bunny, do you eat its ears or feet first?
  • What are some of your favorite childhood Easter memories?

If your group is big, feel free to split up into breakout rooms to give each guest a chance to explain their answers. Otherwise, have each guest respond in front of everyone, so that the guests get to know one another.

 

Chubby Bunny Game

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There’s no better time to play this game than on Easter!

First, make sure each player has a pack of marshmallows beside them. Then, ask all the players, one by one, to place one marshmallow in their mouth and say, “chubby bunny.” Every round, each player adds one marshmallow to what is already in their mouth and repeats the phrase. When a player cannot fit any more marshmallows in his or her’s mouth, he or she is out.

Keep doing this until only one player remains, or you run out of marshmallows. To help you keep track of each member’s performance, and to help make the game even more festive, use a Chubby Bunny scorecard. Before you use it, why not design your scorecard with all your favorite Easter emojis to get you in the holiday spirit!

 

Online Easter Egg Decorating Party

Host an egg dyeing party with friends and family via a video chat service like Skype or Zoom. Send guests a proper invite together with instructions for basic egg dyeing days before the party, and maybe some additional techniques using popular household materials so that they can have everything ready to go when the virtual party begins!

Instead of mailing paper invitations where you have to venture out to the post office, why not just send a virtual invite?

In keeping with the event’s theme, to make things a little more festive, why not incorporate Easter designs from our Easter emoji list?

If you’re feeling up to it, you can also record a video invitation and text it to your friends. Include the date, time, and instead of a physical location, including the social platform you will be using, like Zoom, for instance.

 

Talk About Your Event On Social Media

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Your work isn’t over until the last guest exits the venue, or in this case, leaves the chatroom. As a matter of fact, it’s just getting started. What we mean by this is, if you want your Easter virtual event to have a lasting impact, you should get active on your social media accounts, blogs, or vlogs, to gain strong post-event engagement.

Remember to include a thank you message, photos from the event, a collection of GIFs and memes compiled from the event, and a montage of testimonials and event highlights. As you create each post, don’t forget to include your favorite Easter emoji, or Easter emojis, in all of them.

Why is it so important to use emojis? According to a report made by Sprout Social, a social media platform for businesses, emojis can create a massive boost in engagement when used correctly. This could be because emojis stand out in text posts and have a casual and friendly appearance. Emojis have become so big, both users and marketers are able to tap into themed conversations, with emojis, which is similar to what people are already doing with hashtags.

Still not convinced? Based on an article by prominent online news publication Social Media Today, based on various studies, on Facebook, posts with emojis get 57 % more likes, 33 % more comments, and 33 % more shares than posts without emojis. On Twitter, tweets with emojis get 25.4% more engagement, and on Instagram, nearly 50% of all captions and comments contain emojis.

 

Conclusion

In closing, before you get to work on all your fun Easter activities, don’t forget to make a schedule and stick to it. Even though you may not be leaving the house, you want to make sure your at-home Easter party is still on track.

In addition to thinking about your schedule, think about your guest’s schedules, too! For example, if kids will be involved, you might want to schedule your games earlier. Believe us when we say, whether you’re hosting an egg decorating party or an Easter happy hour, you’ll be so glad you kept everything organized with a timeline.

Finally, and we can’t say this enough, it’s very important to tap into the vast and expanding world of emojis, if you want good post-event engagement on your social media accounts.

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Oh, and don’t forget to have fun, too! This is the perfect time to incorporate new Easter family traditions into the family, traditions that may even be passed down through generations, from one generation to the next. How great is that!

Sours: https://emojiguide.com/blog/easter-emojis/
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