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4 Non-Toxic and Natural Ways to Celebrate Easter

I know it feels like it was just Valentine’s Day, but Easter is coming up quick! We’ve got some great ideas for celebrating in style while keeping your festivities eco-friendly and natural.

1.  Fill a reusable Easter basket.

all-natural ways to celebrate easterPlastic, throw-away baskets are the fast fashion of the Easter Holiday. Pass on plastic baskets if you’re trying to reduce waste! Instead, choose a basket that can be used again and again, looks cute, and is biodegradable.

Wicker, rattan, and straw baskets are also bio-degradable and so much more earth-friendly. And you can pick up some really cute ones at a thrift store for only a couple bucks, making them even more eco-friendly!

2. Diffuse essential oils instead of burning candles to bring on the spring mood!

Plant Therapy Spring blendsIt’s time to diffuse something that will get you in the Easter mood! Nothing says Spring like a great floral scent.

Plus essential oils are an amazing way to help support your green, natural lifestyle!

  • Lavender: Lavender is a classic, fresh scent to remind you of Spring. It’s also great for promoting calm and relaxation.
  • Rose Absolute: Reminding you of a garden in bloom, Rose also has calming properties which help you relax and enjoy your Easter holiday.
  • Ylang Ylang: With a delicate, fresh scent, Ylang Ylang is the perfect floral scent for Easter! It’s sweet, delicious-smelling and helps encourage a great mood.
  • Jasmine: Jasmine is a rich exotic scent that smells like new spring flowers. Jasmine also helps promote warm feelings, love, and feelings of friendship. It’s perfect for the Easter holiday!

And of course, you can diffuse our Spring Blends to really set the Easter mood.

3. Use (recycled) paper Easter basket grass.

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Another thing that’s truly obnoxious, gets everywhere and isn’t eco-friendly? Easter grass.

You know what I’m talking about. The thin tangled strips of colored plastic made just for filling up extra space in Easter baskets. Somehow it gets into every nook and cranny of your house and manages to wrap itself around the inside of your vacuum cleaner. Plus the fact that its plastic means it gets a definite thumbs down from the environment.

Boycott Easter grass this Easter Sunday and choose one of these eco-friendly natural options instead!

  • In-the-shell peanuts. The shells compostable and the peanuts themselves are a healthy snack.
  • Recycled shredded newspaper (or wrapping paper). Paper is biodegradable and using something that otherwise would be trash gets a thumbs-up from the earth.
  • Skip the grass completely. Because let’s be real, the baskets are all about the treats and toys anyways!

4. Give homemade, eco-friendly or natural gifts!

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There are so many amazing, natural and eco-friendly DIY gifts that would make great additions to any Easter basket! Skip the candy, and fill your baskets with some of these fun ideas instead:

You can also check out our specially curated Easter shop to find everything you’ll need to help you celebrate naturally. And maybe snag yourself some essential oils while you’re filling everyone else’s baskets!

Ways to naturally celebrate easter with essential oilsWe hope you love these ideas to celebrate Easter in a more eco-friendly, natural and non-toxic way. If you want to learn even more, be sure to check out our Plant Therapy blog for ideas, tips, and education.

42 thoughts on “4 Non-Toxic and Natural Ways to Celebrate Easter”

  1. Thank you for sharing these great ideas! I’m out of good ideas this easter and PT came up with this non-toxic ideas.

  2. These are wonderful ideas. I have made a bunch of DIYs to give as Easter gifts, including lotion bars, balms, lipbalms, roll-ons and more.

  3. Thank you for the Easter ideas. My kiddos love the bath bomb stuff so I think that we will make some together for them.

  4. These are all great ideas. We reuse our baskets and even the Easter grass each year as weird as that sounds… I bag it back up and store it with the baskets.

  5. Great gift ideas! I already ditched the great years ago but tried edible grass one year… It was gross the kids said lol. Thanks for all the great tips!

  6. These are all such great ideas! Always looking for more healthful and natural alternatives to the traditional sugar and chemical-laden Easter basket.

  7. Thank you for these wonderful suggestions! I’m always looking for ways to change it up and make it more environmentally friendly!

  8. Ummmm… genius!! Filling my cart now with easter supplies. I really enjoyed the additional options instead of the plastic grass. I am thinking the peanuts idea for this easter!

  9. I bought my daughter a rather more expensive basket for her first Easter with the plan of using it every year! Great ideas!

  10. Yes! Great ideas!! I’ve given up candles. I diffuse instead. Thanks for the other ideas! I love the DIYs. They’re pretty easy to make. So far I’ve made lotion bars and sugar scrubs. Thanks PT for all the great recipes. Please keep them coming! 🙂

  11. Awesome tips! I love to diffuse essential oils instead of burning candles! I love all the spring essential oils.. fresh meadow is the best!!

  12. These are great tips! One of my biggest concerns is using non-toxic dyes for coloring eggs. That would make a great addition to this article!

  13. I love all of these ideas. We no longer use candles and try to use as many non-toxic and organic items as possible.

  14. I still have a few Yankee Candles in our home but I never use them. I diffuse, diffuse, diffuse. Its just a cleaner option. For now, my candles are in my linen closets, lid open. What else am I going to do with them?

  15. Can’t decide if I want the spring set or this months ootm in my basket! Still working on ideas for my kids baskets and am excited for the Easter sale 🙂

  16. oils are way better than candles! I’ve never been in love with the smell of a burning candle but I absolutely LOVE the smell of essential oils diffusing. Great idea!

  17. I love how you’re conscious about our environment. I got my kids Easter baskets when they little and now their littles use them. They love that theyret using them . Great memories to share. Very nice ideas by the way.

  18. We have gotten rid of all our candles and replaced with diffusers! I’m not sure I could reuse the Easter grass as my kids like to throw it EVERYWHERE

  19. I am loving the spring weather and super excited about celebrating Easter with my family + I love diffusing and replacing candles with oils. And I HATE the plastic Easter grass. Those are great substitutions .

  20. Reusing baskets with recycled paper here!! The fresh scents in the Spring Blends are making the house smell delicious!!

  21. I got a reusable Easter basket for my daughter’s first Easter and have been using it ever since. I’m so excited for the tradition.

  22. I have completely cleared my home of candles and plug ins after learning about how toxic they really are! Diffusers and oils for life! lol 🙂

  23. This is very helpful information. I am trying to incorporate more natural and organic into my life.
    I especially love the idea of diffusing oils instead of burning candles. I started doing this since I started using oils. It’s still refreshing but healthy at the same time.

  24. I’m working on our daughter’s Easter basket this year and coming up with ideas to make the holiday special. Thanks for the ideas in this blog post! Very helpful

  25. Great ideas. I’m making homemade soaps scented with sweet orange essential oil to include in the kids baskets this year!

  26. I still have mine and my brothers basket, that i reused for my kids and now sit waiting to be used for grandchildren when they come

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