I saw one of these fancy Easter baskets by chance, and now am dazzled by the idea that grown-ups can have Easter baskets too, with excellent fancy chocolate instead of the “chocolate-flavored candy” kind.
Godiva Enchanted Easter Basket (photo from Godiva.com), $85 with free shipping if you use code BUNNY.
See’s Deluxe Easter Basket (photo from Sees.com), $59.50 plus shipping, which they call the “Extra Large Family Basket” but I changed the name because I don’t want any lip about how many people ought to be sharing it.
Lindt Somebunny Special Basket (photo from Lindt.com), $48 plus shipping—or if you add in a few end-of-year teacher gifts and/or Mother’s Day gifts and get it past $75, you can use the code BUNNY11 to get free shipping.
Russell Stover Easter Indulgence Basket (photo from RussellStover.com), shown/linked in green, but you can also get it in pink, blue, or yellow. It’s on sale right now from $29.99 down to $23.99—which is almost too bad, because it’s free shipping for orders over $25. But if you add in a few strawberry cream eggs or some bunny money, you can get over $25 easily enough.
Harry and David Cabbage Basket (photo from HarryAndDavid.com), $39.95 plus shipping. It is a crying shame that the peas-and-carrots candies aren’t available after all, but I grudgingly admit gummy butterflies is a pretty good substitute. They’d be so cute with the ladybug.