Eggs of all kinds for Easter
At Easter time, the egg signifies resurrection. While Easter eggs might once have been simple, decorated bird's eggs, they are now more often extravagant, decadent chocolate varieties. Some families will spend Easter Saturday painting eggs together - a delicate yet rewarding practice and an opportunity for familial bonding. However, most people simply enjoy eating chocolate ones on Easter Sunday, indicating the end of Lent.
Wooden eggs, or ones made from other materials, can be a lovely alternative and one that’s to keep – take a look at some of the many online retailers on websites like Not On The High Street for some beautiful and original ideas.
If you’re thinking of sending Easter eggs of any kind through the post, remember they are often very fragile; so make sure your treat does not get damaged en route! Check the DHL Parcel UK help page on how to send a fragile item without it getting broken when it comes time to get your parcel ready for posting.