It’s still a few months away, but Easter will be here before you know it.
I know most people make a bigger deal out of Easter than we do. For us, Easter is pretty laid back.
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We wake up whenever the kid wakes up, which has yet to be before 7:30 in the morning. Bee does the egg hunting thing while Hubby and I drink coffee and take turns getting ready for the day.
Eventually, Bee finds all her eggs and chills out a bit. We get her bathed, dressed, and then… that’s it.
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We eat egg salad sandwiches or lunch and Chinese for dinner. Don’t worry, I know Chinese isn’t traditional!
No church, usually no family. We like to spend the afternoon doing something as a family, preferably outside if the weather permits.
Easter dresses aren’t really a necessity for us, but I like to get a nice outfit for Bee just the same and have her wear it for as long as I can. Even if we are just sitting around the house.
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That’s why, while compiling this little list of possible Easter dresses, I chose to include both casual and formal dresses.
You should be able to find something perfect for your daughter, be it morning in church or Easter dinner at Grandma’s house.
A super laid back dress, this would be a great dress for your daughter to wear to a casual Easter brunch.
A bit more formal than the last one, but the colors of this dress definitely make it worthy of wearing on Easter.
A super cute dress with colors that scream spring!
This dress comes in multiple colors, some of which you may prefer, but I like the idea of Bee wearing something like this. The grey is definitely unusual for a little girl’s dress.
This dress would be great for a casual Easter celebration. I especially like the cardigan. Easters around here aren’t usually warm, so a matching sweater is great!
This dress is absolutely gorgeous. It’s so vintage, like something I’d expect to see long ago.
This dress comes in a few different colors, but I like this mint color best.
Weather permitting, this would be a great Easter dress.
If you’re a fan of yellow, here’s the dress for you! It’s going to be the only yellow dress on this list because, honestly, I am not a fan of the color.
So many of the Easter dresses I see are sleeveless, so a dress like this is a refreshing find.
I can’t deny the super cuteness of this dress! I don’t hate the price, either.
I love this dress for its old-time feel, too. I’m a big fan of kids dresses that look like they could have been worn centuries ago.
Do you remember wearing socks like these as a kid? I sure do!
A versatile shoe that looks like it would hold up well with all the running and playing our daughters do.
A more formal white shoe option.
Throwing this one on the list because it would pair well with a lot of the above dresses.
Since Easter in NE Oregon is rarely warm, a white cardigan that can be worn with most of the dresses on the list.
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What are your Easter plans? Will your daughter be wearing a dress? Which Easter dress on my list made the cut for you?