Seven Essential Last Minute Easter or Passover Gifts

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Spring holidays are upon us, which means chances are good you’ll be sharing a great big meal with family or friends. Check out these great last-minute gift ideas for your hosts

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For The Easter Basket: Upgrade their Easter basket with EOS Lip Balms, which are enriched with vitamin E, shea butter and jojoba oil and look an awful lot like colored Easter eggs.

Lift Their (Passover) Spirits: Sotol, is similar to tequila or mezcal, in that it’s a Mexican spirit with a centuries-old history that has its own unique flavor profile and is distilled from wild agave harvested in the Chihuahuan Desert of Northern Mexico. Hacienda de Chihuahua offers three varieties, all organic, hand-harvested, triple-distilled and kosher for Passover. A nice break after those glasses of wine.

Let’s Get Lit: Winter has finally come to an end. Celebrate spring with Village Candles Arctic Spring scent, which is part of their beautiful new metallic collection. The scent combines lavender, sage and sea salt and the holder itself is decorative enough to add to the center of your table.

We’re in Bloom: The best thing about sending flowers to your host is the fact that you can order them ahead of time, write something incredibly meaningful or funny, and let them display them at their gathering. Proflowers dropped their prices on a bunch of gorgeous centerpieces or go for a low maintenance succulent, which is perfect for those with not so green of a thumb. 

It’s the Thought That Counts: If you want to bring something small but thoughtful, check out some gift options by Lady Jayne (like their lovely garden floral planter, $14). Their collections are sweet, stylish, easy to pack and cost under $20.

Pop Go the Memories: Even if they’ve declared the holiday meal a no-selfie zone, you’ll be comforted knowing you can still capture the best moments. Polaroid Pop 20.0 Megapixel Digital camera is both retro in that it instantly prints pics, and up to date, since it works on digital technology. It’s also a cute way to inspire conversation amongst guests. 

Baker’s Dozen: Try this recipe from Homemade And Yummy for Easy No Bake Chocolate Coconut Nests that require just two ingredients. Melt, mix, shape and then fill with your favorite treat. Your guests will think you spent hours making these delicious (and pretty) treats!