As parents, it's easy to get caught up in the kid-friendliest aspects of the holidays — and, to be fair, most seasonal activities, foods, and decorations are geared towards the younger set. Perfect example? Easter egg hunts. Kid stuff, right? Not necessarily! Just because you don't believe in the Easter Bunny anymore doesn't mean you can't have a blast with your best pals searching for hidden eggs — you'll just have to make a few adjustments to the usual rules. So how do you throw a grown-up Easter egg hunt?
Unsurprisingly, some of the most popular ideas out there involve adding an alcoholic aspect to the activity. But while a booze-infused hunt does sound like a delightfully festive take on the usual afterwork cocktails or evening glass(es) of wine, there are also options for teetotalers that are just as much fun.
In the same vein, some of these are perfectly appropriate to take part in with the whole family around (you could even make them all-ages events just in case somebody's sitter cancels, which always happens), but others are absolutely for ages 21 and up, only. So pick up a few extra bags of empty plastic eggs, save the jelly beans for the kids, and get planning!