10 gorgeous Easter gifts that you can send to family and friends in 2021

Send a loved one an Easter gift this year to celebrate in style – and from a safe distance. From food gifts to scented gifts and gifts to use in the kitchen, it's all here...

Easter gifts: Biscuiteers package going through pink door letterbox
(Image credit: Biscuiteers)

If you are in search of Easter gifts – for friends and family you may not be able to see this year, for obvious reasons – then look no further than our guide. Our Shopping Editor has handpicked 10 luxurious online buys to impress your giftee and make them smile. We are talking everything from home fragrance gifts to food gifts and buys to spruce up their kitchen for spring – and so much more.

We can help you try and make Easter 2021 as normal as it can be with our Easter gift guide below– there's something for everyone (from grandparents to siblings and children) and all budgets...

Need more Easter ideas? See our Easter table decor piece for 10 stylish SS21 buys.

1. First thing's first, an Easter hamper from Fortnums

The Spring Gift Box

(Image credit: Fortnum & Mason)

As you may have already guessed, Fortnums do, In fact, have a hamper for every occasion – and we think this one is the best for Easter gifting. The Spring Gift Box includes everything from tea to biscuits, preserves and chocolates. We are talking their bestselling Earl Grey Classic Loose Leaf Tea and their Orange & Bergamot Marmalade. All inside a lovely Fortnums box that they'll love to open...

The Spring Gift Box | £50 at Fortnum & Mason

The Spring Gift Box | £50 at Fortnum & Mason
This Fortnums gift box is *almost* too good to eat. Send it to a family member or friend to enjoy over the Easter weekend – they will love it.

2. Buy them a lovely candle gift set – this one smells as good as it looks

SKANDINAVISK Sense Scented Candle Gift Set

(Image credit: Skandinavisk)

A candle gift set for Easter? Trust us on this one – we own and love this set from Skandinavisk, and the ethos behind the brand is eco-friendly, so rest assured you are not contributing to a problem while sending a loved one a present. They will receive three different mini candles, each of which smell totally unique from the other. Our favourite is Rosenhave – a subtle floral candle. They all burn incredibly well, and they come with lids to prevent dusting.

SKANDINAVISK Sense Scented Candle Gift Set | £49 at John Lewis & Partners

SKANDINAVISK Sense Scented Candle Gift Set | £49 at John Lewis & Partners
These candles are made from Sweedish rapeseed wax, with engraved beechwood lids. They smell as good as they look.

3. It's not Easter without the eggs – and we mean the savoury kind...

Stoneware Egg Cup

(Image credit: Le Creuset)

If your giftee likes their eggs boiled, then some egg cups ought to go down a treat this Easter. Specifically, these classic ones from Le Creuset. Choose a colour to match the rest of their collection – or their kitchen scheme. Alternatively, you could mix things up and get them a range of colours... 

Stoneware Egg Cup | £9 at Le Creuset

Stoneware Egg Cup | £9 at Le Creuset
Great for serving the perfect boiled egg, these cups also look the part on display in a kitchen. We particularly love the classic Volcanic Orange colour.

4. Send a spring planter to their doorstep

Florist Flowering Hyacinth Basket

(Image credit: You Garden.co.uk)

You can't go wrong with gifting flowers or plants, and this basket beauty from You Garden will make their home smell lovely. Once fully grown, the hyacinths will measure 12-14cm high, and they arrive in bud so they can be enjoyed for around 21 days in total.

Waitrose Florist Flowering Hyacinth Basket | £14.99 at You Garden

Waitrose Florist Flowering Hyacinth Basket | £14.99 at You Garden
This lovely display arrives ready to bloom and inside a lovely basket. For a longer-lasting display, tell your giftee to trim an inch off the stems and place in water with flower food. 

5. Give the gift of Easter biscuits this year – from the one and only Biscuiteers

happy easter letterbox biscuit

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These Easter-themed biscuits are decorated to wow, and they taste pretty amazing too. They can be delivered through a letterbox, while they come packaged in a beautiful decorated box. These biscuits in particular are lemon flavoured, and they are hand iced.

happy easter letterbox biscuits | £25 at Biscuiteers

happy easter letterbox biscuits | £25 at Biscuiteers
These Easter-themed biscuits could be gifted to anyone from a grandparent to a parent, nieces and nephews or your neighbour.

6. For a tea lover – this wonderfully decorative bee mug from Anthropologie

Garden Tile Mug

(Image credit: Anthropologie)

If you are searching for the perfect gift for a tea or coffee lover, then this Anthropologie mug might just be it. It's hand-painted, decaled and it has a gold-coloured handle. There's a matching coaster also available, as well as plates and bowls...


Garden Tile Mug | £12 at Anthropologie
How unique is this Anthropologie mug? We just love it. In fact, we have something very similar and we use it for our coffee almost every day.

7. An Easter egg with a difference – for those who love truffles

Charbonnel et Walker Strawberry Easter Egg Truffles

(Image credit: Charbonnel et Walker)

The adult version of an Easter egg but with strawberry truffles inside, you won't find an Easter treat more luxurious than Charbonnel et Walker can offer. The truffles are coated in icing sugar, placed atop a straw-like paper filling, and inside a lovely looking egg-shaped box.

Charbonnel et Walker Strawberry Easter Egg Truffles | £20 at John Lewis & Partners

Charbonnel et Walker Strawberry Easter Egg Truffles | £20 at John Lewis & Partners
A gift for the whole family, these strawberry truffles are delicious. They'll also arrive at their front door packaged looking lovely, and they are suitable for vegetarians.

8. A new vase for their spring blooms – this one is made from recycled tea waste

Tea Tall Vase

(Image credit: Heal's)

Pastel homeware is very much on trend right now, and it's easy to see why when it looks this good. Take these tall vases from Heal's, for example, they are practical they can add a pop of colour to your home without being too extravagant, and they are made from recycled tea waste and finished with a natural cork base.

Tea Tall Vase | £79 at Heal's

Tea Tall Vase | £79 at Heal's
Choose from three colours – Chamomile, Peppermint or Rooibos.  These origami-like vases will be sure to make a statement, and you can fill them with real or artificial stems.

9. Jo Malone's new reed diffuser for spring – it smells as good as it looks

Jo Malone Silk Blossom Diffuser

(Image credit: Jo Malone)

We've smelt this reed diffuser ourselves, and to say we love it is an understatement. It floods an entire room with fragrance, and it's just perfect for spring. It will arrive to your giftee presented in a lovely box, and it's limited edition. This will last for three to four months in their home, too.

Jo Malone Silk Blossom Diffuser | £67 at Jo Malone

Jo Malone Silk Blossom Diffuser | £67 at Jo Malone
This Jo Malone diffuser is quite strong, so you needn't use all 10 reeds that come in the box – we have just four in ours right now. It really does smell as good as it looks, especially with its new colourful design.

10. What about a new, lightweight waffle robe for spring?

Long Lightweight Waffle Robe

(Image credit: The White Company)

Anything from The White company makes a lovely gift, but we do have to say that this waffled robe would go down a treat. It also has shorter sleeves to make it perfect for wearing in warmer weather. Because coffee tastes ten times better when enjoyed in a robe, in the sun – right? It's also sustainable since it's made using TENCEL™ Modal which is one of the most sustainable fibres in the textile industry.

Long Lightweight Waffle Robe | £60 at The White Company

Long Lightweight Waffle Robe | £60 at The White Company
Made with single-faced cotton waffle, this lightweight robe is perfect for spring and summer use. It was created based on a The White Company bestseller, and it comes in a gorgeous pale grey colour. We love!

Annie Collyer
Deputy Ecommerce Editor

Annie is Livingetc's Deputy Ecommerce Editor, and with a penchant for shopping and four years of ecommerce experience in her cart, she's more than equipped to advise when it comes to exactly the home decor you need to buy for your home. With a particular love of home fragrance, she always ensures her interiors emanate a luxurious scent to match her bijou residence. Annie and her team work to provide you with the best in-class content, whether you are searching for fluffy towels for your bathroom, clever drawer organizers for your kitchen or even a new dinnerware set for when guests come to dine. Whatever the season — or the latest trend — Annie and her team work to cover events for Livingetc, whether that be holidays or sale events, spanning Mother's Day to Black Friday.

Annie's knowledge has been sprawled across several homes websites, including Real Homes, Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens and Gardeningetc. She has also injected her ecommerce skills into the titles of Woman & Home and Country & Townhouse.

Annie lives in South East London in a sizeable two-bed apartment with her husband-to-be and her Pug called Doug. Annie's space, though surprisingly substantial, lacks storage space meaning that she's always on the lookout for things to buy to maximize space at home. She's currently redecorating this space whilst on a budget, and loves discovering a dupe or DIYing something to look triple its price tag. Next on her list of things to do at home are DIY crittal-style doors leading from her living room to her hallway.

You can follow Annie's home Instagram account at @athome.withannie.