Easter is almost here, and luckily we’ve done all of the work of combing through loads of Easter basket ideas. From our favorite local shops and easy DIY gift ideas, here are the best Easter basket gifts for “every-bunny” on your list. 


Shop + support local businesses this holiday season for all of your Easter basket needs! 

TinkerTots Boxes

TinkerTots Boxes is our favorite local, mom-owned subscription box and their Spring Tot Box makes the perfect gift for kiddos. Orders can be placed online and delivered right to your door – but order now, boxes sell out quickly! 

Catching Fireflies (Ann Arbor/Berkly/Rochester) 

At Catching Fireflies you’ll find fun + unique gift ideas from adorable stuffed animals to Easter Maze Books! Save time by shopping online and get free in-store pickup!

Rock Paper Scissors (Ann Arbor)

Rock Paper Scissors is a one-and-done stop for this year’s Easter baskets. They offer custom easter basket gift boxes in small, medium, and large sizes. Boxes are filled with candy, stuffed animals, books, toys, art supplies, and more! Best of all they can be shipped right to your door and arrive with cute shredding and a darling box! 

Petite Cabane (Birmingham)

Petite Cabane has everything you need for a chic Easter celebration from beautiful Easter outfits for little kids to adorable toys to help fill your littles Easter basket – it’s a one stop shop. 

The Rocket (Ferndale/Ypsilanti)

The Rocket has all of your Easter basket essentials and all at a great price! You can shop online or in-store to create a custom Easter basket perfect for your littles. 

Green Hippo Gifts (Lake Orion) 

Green Hippo Gifts is a truly unique and fun place to stock up on all of your Easter goodies! They have TONS of Easter decor + toys for all price ranges to help you create the perfect Easter basket. 


EduKids was created by a local teacher and mom who specializes in creating fun sensory kits paired with educational books. For Easter, place your order for a specially curated Easter book bundle!

And for more local stores to shop, check out our guide to the 15 Best Toy Stores in Metro Detroit!


No Easter basket is complete without a few sweet treats. Check out these local shops for all of your Easter candy needs. 

KuTerie Boards

This female-owned local business specializes in themed and customizable treat boards. Orders can be placed online and picked up in Birmingham, Northville, Rochester Hills, or Shelby Township.

Love and Buttercream (Birmingham)

Love and Buttercream is a sweet, sassy, and beautiful bake shop in Birmingham. For Easter, they offer an entire menu of Easter goodies from Easter Bunny Sugar Cookies to cakes, macarons, cupcakes, cake pops, and fun DIY Easter decorating kits.

Allysa’s Cookie Jar (Garden City)

Order adorable Easter themed cookies to fill the baskets or stash around the house.

Sanders Candy (Clinton Township/Rochester/Wyandotte) 

The perfect Easter basket wouldn’t be complete without a few delectable selections from Sanders Candy!

Doc Sweets’ Candy Company (Clawson)

This “gigantic candy wonderland” is the largest retail candy store in Michigan which guarantees you will be able to find the perfect sweet treats. 

Bon Bon Bon (Detroit) 

Local Detroit gourmet chocolate shop has the BEST bonbons available in-store and online and they even have a triceratops shaped chocolate to fill your dino lover’s Easter basket.


Build your child’s home library by adding one of these fun Easter books for kids of all ages. For your littlest learners, check out our favorite board books for baby’s first Easter.    


If you’re the crafty type, check out these adorable and inspirational ideas to help you create your own Easter basket that your kids will love. And if you want to go all out and create your own homemade gifts, these easy + cheap ideas will help you create the most unique DIY children’s presents perfect for their Easter basket

If you’re looking for ways to keep your littles busy at home with Easter activities, check out our guide to 10 Ways To Celebrate Easter At Home.

Photo credit: The Spruce / Margot Cavin