Since my own one-year-old son is just old enough to start appreciating the magic of Easter for the first time,I had the best time looking for cute first Easter gifts for babies like mine. I landed on the idea of bunny gifts and accessories, because duh, bunnies — but also because they’re perfect long after the last jellybean is gone.
If you’re welcoming your own little bunny this Easter or looking for a sweet gift for someone else’s, I think you’ll adore these bibs, hats, toys, diapers, and other accessories that make fabulous first Easter gifts for babies.
Hop to it, everybody.
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These Wooden bunny teethers at Loved by Teething will last a few seasons, thanks to the subtlety of the bunny ears and the pastel spring colors. Which is great because, as experienced parents know, teething’s a marathon, not a sprint.
The high-contrast imagery on this Easter meadow activity pad from Wee Gallery would be perfect to entertain a newborn who isn’t quite up to pastels yet. And I love that the bunny hides a wooden ring for when baby learns hide and seek.
If your son or daughter is 9 months or over, I think they’d love cuddling up with this soft Corolle Easter bunny baby doll as a great first Easter gift for babies. Corolle dolls are such a favorite of all of ours, and they smell like vanilla!
PS If you think your child needs their own bunny ears hat for Easter, keep reading. I’ve got you covered.
If you live where it’s still chilly out, try this Aden + Anais Easter bunny sleep sack at Target, which will keep babies snuggly warm even if the temperature drops.
I’m dying over these adorable Easter bunny moccasins from our friends at Freshly Picked. All that cuteness and the high-quality leather will last for a few siblings. They may even make for an adorable heirloom your grandkids might rock one day.
I received some beautiful baby china for my son’s baby shower, but it’s really more of a keepsake than functioning tableware. (Because hello, china?) So I’m really digging this Beatrix Potter feeding set set at Pottery Barn, which is sentimental enough to be a first Easter gift for babies, but totally practical for the entire year. And now, it’s on sale too!
If your baby’s eating — and flinging — solids already, they’ll definitely need a cute bib to keep that Easter outfit clean (ish) on to Easter brunch.This mod Easter bunny bib at Cake and Bear is where it’s at for families who appreciate the geek-chic look.
To me, half the fun of Easter is getting to dress your kid in over-the-top precious clothing. (My son’s outfit will include polka dots and a bowtie. And yes, I am proudly from the south, thanks for asking.) You too? then you’ll want a gorgeous keepsake frame like this Silver Easter bunny frame from Saks 5th Avenue to preserve the memory with a baby’s first Easter photo.
I’m such a sucker for those hooded animal bath towels for kids, so naturally I’m melting over this bunny bath wrap from the wonderful little indie boutique, My Sweet Muffin. Give it to your baby at Easter and reap the adorable pictures all year long.
I never thought I’d be the type of mom to buy themed disposable diapers, but honestly, I’m having so much fun dressing my baby in seasonal prints like these Easter bunny diapers from The Honest Co. Because anything that makes changing dirty diapers more pleasant is 100% worth it in my book. Plus they’re just so cute when they stick out the back of those leggings!
I realize there’s an expiration date on my son allowing me to dress him up in bunny hats with ears, and that date coming fast. Which is why right now, I’m all about this gorgeous Easter bunny knit baby hat at Maisonnette for a first Easter gift, and some first Easter pictures. Because I’m not so sure I’d get a second or third Easter out of this one with my son.