The tradition of Easter originated from early Christians of Mesopotamia. They stained eggs in memory of Jesus and his crucifixion. The appearance of chocolate bunnies, eggs, and rabbits appeared in the 19th century. In the United States, 79% of Americans celebrate Easter compared to the 91% that celebrate Christmas. More than half of them plan on attending a church service. An estimated 45% of Americans plan an Easter egg hunt each year. The average hunt involves 30 eggs with an average loss of 3 eggs never found per hunt. This totals more than 326 million lost eggs each year in the United States alone. If you are planning your next Easter egg hunt, these invitation wording examples will help to spur on some creativity for your next event.
[Date] is a Special Day! We’re having our Annual Easter Egg Hunt Won’t you come over and play?
Adults and kids alike will have lots of fun at our Easter Holiday Super Egg Hunt! Join our church family as we throw an Easter Egg Hunt.
April 12th is a special day to hippity hop on over and play, for it’s [name] birthday.
Bring your favorite dish or dessert as we celebrate the resurrection of Christ, our Lord on Easter Sunday.
Bunnies, baskets, and lunch followed by our ever so famous Easter Egg Hunt.
Easter is a time for hope and rejoicing… Please celebrate with our family on Easter Sunday.
Easter is on the Way! Join us for an egg hunt day Where we’ll have fun and play!
Easter Parade & Easter Brunch. The [name] invites all you chicks and bunnies for a Spring Festival.
Happy Easter. Hop on over to our house Easter Sunday and join us in a Easter Egg Hunt.
Happy Easter. Put on your Easter Bonnet with all the frills and come to an Easter Party.
Here comes Peter Cottontail. Hopping down the bunny trail. Hippity hoppity, Easter is on its way. Please join us for an Easter Egg Hunt.
Hop on over and Join us for Brunch!
Hop on over for an egg hunt this Easter! Food and Fun will be provided.
Hop on over for some fun! We’ll look for eggs until we’re done!
Hop on over to our house on Easter Sunday and join us for lots of fun and prizes in a Easter Egg Hunt.
It’s that time of year again. so hop on over and or even run.. We’re having an Easter Party that will be lots of fun! We’ll hunt for eggs and eat good food now all our party needs is you!
Join us for an Egg-citing Easter Egg Hunt and Picnic!
On Easter morning We come together To celebrate God’s love And are thankful for The new life He gave us When He rose to Heaven above. Please join our family on Easter Sunday To celebrate our blessings.
Please join our family for Easter Brunch and an Easter egg hunt.
Please join us for Easter Brunch.
The Easter Bunny has appeared in gardens and on lawns To welcome little girls and boys who hunt for eggs at dawn.
The Easter Bunny’s coming to hide Eggs and more in our backyard! Help us find these special treats. Will provide you with drinks and eats.
The Easter bunny’s left his eggs. See how many you can find as we celebrate this special day!
The Easter Bunny’s on his way With treats for girls and boys With jelly beans and easter eggs And baskets full of toys! So please do join us on this day When the Easter Bunny comes We’ll have treats and games to play For a day of Easter fun!
You and your family are cordially invited to join our family for our Easter lunch.
Your family is invited to our home for an Easter Brunch.
More than 70% of Americans celebrate Easter as the traditional religious holiday that it is. An estimated 8% of Americans do not realize that Easter is linked to religion. Of the candy received by children, more than 79% of parents will eat their child’s candy. However, 11% will buy chocolates for friends at Easter. The following infographic lists interesting facts and trends about Easter you may not know.