Palm Beach Daily News: What you need to celebrate Easter from home
As people self isolate, the island’s iconic egg hunts are canceled and religious services go virtual, celebrating Easter may need a dose of creativity. So even if the family is stuck at home, there’s no reason to not dress up and host an Instagram-worthy meal with the family. Here’s a round-up of what local stores offer for an at-home Easter.
Another brand known for its love of vintage and color is LoveShackFancy. If there’s any brand’s clothing (and tableware) that’s ideal for Easter, it would be LSF. You can’t go wrong with the hand-dyed silk dresses and romantic slips, but this week’s highlight is their second sneaker collaboration with Superga. The first collection was nearly sold-out in 24 hours, and on March 13, they released a second featuring a new woven platform style, espadrilles, floral prints and beaded laces.
The Grand Tour is offering custom Easter baskets for boys, girls and adults starting at $150. The baskets can be filled with a jewelry kit, books, stuffed animals, cocktails shakers and candles. A portion of the proceeds go to a COVID-19 Response Fund at The Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties.