Bunny business is serious business – especially at Easter!

Bunny business is serious business – especially at Easter!

Here at Oh La La! HQ one of the team asked "why do we give bunny gifts to each other at Easter"? And we thought it was a very good question...so we investigated.

First off, let's acknowledge that bunnies are cute, fluffy, and pretty much universally adored. So it's no wonder that they've become a popular symbol of Springtime.

But beyond their cuteness, there are some other, more practical reasons why bunnies have become a staple of Easter celebrations. For one thing, they're known for their ability to procreate at an alarming rate. So when you give someone a bunny rabbit gift, you're really saying, "Happy Easter! Here's to new life and more bunnies than you know what to do with!"

a green bunny on a pink background with green macarons and a pink cocktail

Another reason that bunnies are so prevalent at Easter is that they're a natural fit for the season. Springtime is all about new beginnings and growth, and bunnies embody that spirit perfectly. They're fluffy little symbols of fertility and renewal, just waiting to be snuggled and adored.

"I carrot believe how cute these bunny macarons are" - Everyone. 

Of course, there are some downsides to giving bunny rabbit gifts at Easter. For one thing, they're notoriously difficult to wrap. Have you ever tried to put a bow on a wiggly little bunny? It's like trying to wrap a handful of Jello.

And let's not forget about the mess. Bunnies are cute, but they're also notorious for leaving little gifts all over the place. If you're not careful, your Easter bunny could end up turning your house into a warren of little pellets.

But all joking aside, there's something truly special about giving and receiving a bunny rabbit gift at Easter. Whether it's a chocolate bunny or a delicious macaron, they are a symbol of joy and renewal, and a reminder that springtime is a time for new beginnings. Bunny-rabbit gifts are egg-actly what you need to make Easter complete! 

So go ahead and embrace the bunny madness this Easter – just be sure to keep the vacuum handy.

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Chick and Bunny Macarons for Easter against a white gift box

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