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Celebrate Easter & Save!

Spring is springing, flowers are blooming, and the joy of Easter is headed our way! Celebrate renewal, freshness, and fun with your loved ones this holiday by sending them something sweet, no matter where they are. For the kids, we’ve got adorable Easter Baskets and gift towers filled with treats, and for the grown-ups we’ve got the finest chocolates and fine wines & spirits to ramp up their celebration.

Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ’s and is considered the most important holiday in Christian world. It’s called a movable feast because it doesn’t fall on a set date every year, as most holidays do. Instead, Catholic celebrate Easter on the first Sunday following the full moon after the vernal equinox on March 21. And Orthodox Christians typically celebrate the holiday a week or two after the Western churches following the Julian calendar. This year the Western world will observe Easter on March, 27 and Orthodox celebrations will fall on May, 1.

Whether you want to surprise your dear recipients with an Easter gourmet basket, sweet hamper, or a bouquet of pretty spring flowers we’ve got you covered. In our catalog you’ll find a surprise for any taste and budget. But you don’t want to wait until the last minute to surprise them! Order soon and use code GBETR16 to SAVE $10 on your gifts until March 18, 2016.

All our festive Easter gift baskets are full of bright colors and the holiday necessities. We made sure each of our springy-themed hamper includes colorful Easter eggs as a symbol of spring and new life. And it’s not just a decoration, the eggs are made of premium milk, dark and white chocolate to satisfy the craving of both kids and adults.

Easter bunnies make a centerpiece of all holiday baskets. Representing fertility and new life they are enjoyed by both children and adults. Our hampers feature both adorable plush bunnies and chocolate ones. By the way the first edible Easter bunnies appeared in Germany during the early 19th century, and were made of pastry and sugar. These days they are mostly made of chocolate or marzipan and there are over 90 million Easter bunnies produced each year.

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