Celebrate the Spring Holidays in Style
Every holiday deserves a celebration, and the spring season is full of them! Whether you're simply celebrating the end of winter or taking part in time-honored traditions, you'll want to shop what's hot. Check out the top three trends for the three biggest spring holidays.
St. Patrick's Day
Let's face it. Everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day. It's probably the least holy of holidays with all the bagpipe-playing parades, wearing of green and hours of beer guzzling. But before you settle down with your pints and hearty servings of Shepherd's pie, you'll want to spread a little leprechaun love to all ye' friends and family.
1. Personalize. Add a personal touch to your celebration with personalized beer mugs and apparel, or hats and buttons with your favorite Irish phrases.
2. Accessorize. Above all, don't forget to buy green clothes, lest you run the risk of the traditional pinch o' the arm that comes with not wearing the festive color.
3. Indulge. By the piece or by the pound, share some sweetness with custom chocolate and candy bars cloaked in customizable wrappers.
According to the National Confectioners Association, 76 percent of Americans believe you should bite the ears of a chocolate bunny first. How will you and your family members be eating yours this Easter?
1. Chocolatize. Personalize your Easter baskets with more than just the standard chocolate bunnies and marshmallow peeps. Choose customized Easter candy bars in various shapes and sizes with customizable wrappers.
2. Get Eggs-citing. Feeling like unique Easter favors are hard to find (even before the Easter Bunny hides them)? If you're looking for something beyond the standard cottontail confection, imprinted plastic Easter eggs add a personal and pretty touch.
3. Find the Fashion. The word Easter conjures up pastels and floral prints, but you can give an outfit some fun Easter flair with personalized Easter-themed t-shirts and sweatshirts.
Wear silly costumes. Play pranks. Feast. Play cards and games, and maybe even drink a little. While this may sound like any college student's idea of a perfect evening, it's actually the traditional way to celebrate the Jewish festival of Purim.
1. Honor Tradition. Giving Purim gifts of food to friends and family is one of the Mitzvot (commandments) of this Jewish holiday. But it's not just about plunking a few items in a basket. Select a mix of savory and sweet items like gourmet chocolate and candy.
2. Fill 'er up. Collect your candy and sweets in personalized refillables like water bottles, candy containers, eco-friendly bags and even customized coffee mugs.
3. Dress the part. Want to get into the Purim spirit without a full-blown costume? Design your own custom shirts or hoodies with your own personal message or image.Spring Holidays
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