Easter Gift Guide

Gift ideas for Easter presents.

Need to buy some Easter gifts? We've got your covered. Here are some ideas:

1. Boston Flower Market. Stop by the for fresh flowers, flower baskets and a variety of other gifts perfect for Easter. Flowers range in price, but you can get a nice bouquet for about $15.

2. The Hitching Post. Easter items are on sale at . Pick up a stuffed bunny or sheep for $7.95, small books that fit perfectly in an Easter basket for $3.95, a sticker kit for $4.99 and anything Easter-related is 50 percent off. Stop by the store this Saturday for an Easter egg hunt.

3. The Chocolate Truffle. Candy is always a hit on Easter. has Easter baskets filled with chocolates, Easter themed candy and even nut-free Easter candy. Pick up a giant chocolate bar that says "Happy Easter" for $10.98. If you shop before Saturday, mention you're shopping for the and 15 percent of your sale will go towards new basketball hoops.

4. Wishing Well Gift Shop. has a dozen votives in an egg container, perfect for Easter, for $23.99. Pick up an Easter-themed votive/tealight holder to go with it, $7.99. You'll also find a variety of candles including the Chocolate Bunny scented Yankee Candle for $27.99. They also stock an array of Easter candy, chocolates and truffles.

5. Calareso's. has an assortment of gifts perfect for Easter. They have an outstanding variety of flowers, bouquets, potted plants and hanging plants that range in price. They have Easter garden flags for $9.98, Easter cookies for $3.99 and fresh pies for $10.49. They have standing rabbits for your garden or home decor for around $20. 

Take a look through the photos attached to this post for a better idea of what these gifts look like.


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