Looking for cute Easter gifts for a baby’s first (or second) Easter is always so fun. So much cuteness! So much pastel! So many rabbits! And the best part is, you can save all the good chocolate for yourself.
I skipped the fussy baby bow ties and itchy crinoline dresses, and instead found toys, books, cute clothes and more that are perfect for baby Easter baskets, or little gifts all on their own. There’s something in every price ranger, from bigger shops, and the indie makers we love so much.
Hope you enjoy them. And hoppy shopping!
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Bunny Teether ($14, Loulou Lollipop)
Made of safe silicone and wood, it’s a perfect little Easter gift for a baby’s irst Easter basket.
Also comes in aqua, blush pink, and gray.
My First Easter Baby Romper Set ($40.95/set, or buy them individually, Tesa Babe)
It’s labeled “for girls” but can’t imagine why it can’t be for baby boys too. Bunnies are for everyone!
Egg by Kevin Henkes ($9.98, Amazon)
While this wonderful graphic novel is written for preschoolers, the colorful pages — and the opportunity it gives for storytime bonding — are appealing at any age.
Corolle Baby Bunny Musical Baby Doll and Nightlight ($39.98, Amazon)
Talk about a cute Easter gift for baby: this soft baby doll plays music — and it doubles as a nightlight!
Plus, she smells like vanilla. Yum.
Hooded Baby Animal Bath Towel ($39.50, Pottery Barn Kids, with optional personalization)
Love this little lamb, but you can also find a cute duckling, or a bunny in one of three colors
Floral Ruffled Baby Easter Dress ($67, Tutu du Monde)
From one of my longtime favorite shops for gorgeous little girl dresses.
Let the squeeing begin. (We’re still doing that, right?)
Handmade Wooden Bunny and Pastel Rainbow Teether Toy ($14.50, I Got Chew)
So sweet! And useful! And pretty!
Hand-Knit Bunny Dolls ($50-70, Cuddle & Kind)
Not only are these dolls beautifully handmade, but with every purchase,
you’re feeding 10 children in need around the world
Monique Lhulillier Bunny Plates ($6 on sale, Pottery Barn Kids)
Non-breakable, and ready for all those hard boiled eggs you’ll be using up.
Pinstripe Baby Mocs ($60, Freshly Picked)
Skip the stuffy seersucker baby suit, and put the pinstripes on the toes instead!
There are also adorable florals, chicks, and bunny mocs too.
“Guess How Much I Love You” Nutbrown Hare Jack-in-the-Box ($25, Barnes & Noble
Even if you generally find jack-in-the-boxes terrifying, this one may change your mind.
Handmade Soft Bunny Lovey ($15, Lucy Goose Boutique)
In brown or white — at this price, I might get one of each!
Wooden Stacking Bunny Toy (23.98, Magic Cabin)
For babies 12 months and up, this natural wood stacking toy is as cute on a shelf as in their hands.
Respect Chicks Baby Tee ($16.95, Free to Be Kids)
Each year around Easter, the moms behind one of our favorite kidswear shops see the “chick magnet” baby tees and roll their eyes — just like we do. So they did something about it: They came out with this amazing alternative. Isn’t it the best? Comes in other colors, too. If you prefer purple or gray, we respect that.