Easter is when kids are allowed to spend money on candy, clothing, and Easter eggs. It’s like the last hurrah before the inevitable dreariness of back-to-school takes hold. But how can you keep the fun in Easter well into adulthood? By rocking some seriously dazzling Easter jewelry inspired by spring. Put away the jellybeans and start looking for new Easter jewelry ideas.
Bunny Rabbit Charm Necklaces
There’s a reason why rabbits are so commonly used as a symbol of spring. The most well-known Easter stories, after all, are about a fox visiting the homes of the various animals and convincing them to replace their human companion with him. The rabbit is the only animal who outsmarts the fox, setting up a vicious cycle by which the snake gets eaten by a bird, the bird gets eaten by a cat, and so forth.
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This is where bunny rabbit charm necklaces come into play. Sometimes it can be tricky to find Easter jewelry that works for adults. Most of it is oriented toward being worn by children.
Sparkling Easter Egg Stud Earrings
This is one of my personal favorites. It’s not just a rabbit charm engraved with the words Easter bunny and then pierced through the ear. The pierce is hidden inside the bunny’s head. This allows for some unique ways to wear these earrings. You can wear them on your ears or attach them to your hair, using bobby pins as an opener if you want to keep it on a little longer than usual. If preferred, you could also just wear them as regular earrings without any kind of attachment.
Cross Cuff Bracelet
The bunny rabbit charm on its own can be a little controversial, but the bunny rabbit cross cuff bracelet is nearly as controversial. It’s another way of expressing your love for Easter without actually having to get your face into Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies.
This is one of those forms of jewelry where you can make it your own by adding more bunny charms, more stones, or just using different styles.
Flower Inspired Rings
The flower ring trend will never really go away. Each year, we see a new riff on the flower ring by designers like Zara. This Easter-themed flower ring is perfect for those who love pretty jewelry but don’t want to hug it out with other Easter-themed items. It’s the middle ground between Easter and spring in general. It’s also charming, which means this ring would look adorable on a smaller finger like your pinky or even your thumb.
Easter Bunny Silhouette Earrings
One of the things I’m always trying to find for my girlfriend is jewelry that doesn’t scream “Easter.” You see it everywhere, and for a good reason. It’s an important holiday and usually a big deal for the entire family. But if you want to wear something more understated, I think these earrings are absolutely lovely. They’re minimal and elegant while still being very festive.
Easter Egg Key Necklace
Earrings have been on a bit of a comeback now, but this is probably one of the coolest ideas I’ve seen in a while. It’s a little different twist on the key necklace. You don’t just wear it like a regular necklace, though. It comes with a key that opens up an actual Easter egg filled with jewelry or other trinkets. It’s a novel way of holding onto your special Easter memories.
Easter is the kind of holiday with a bit of a cult following it in some places. There are lucky charms and superstitions you can follow without anyone even batting an eye. This is because Easter seems so innocent, just like candy and bunnies should be. These bunny earrings are a perfect example of this. While they still look like designer jewelry, they’re also cute and innocent enough that you wouldn’t feel weird about wearing them all year round.
As I mentioned in the section about the cross cuff bracelet, you can go for a cross necklace if you’re not into the idea of cross jewelry but still want to have a bit of a Christmasy feel to the Easter season. Remember that this is not an actual crucifix, so it doesn’t have as much meaning behind it. But if you enjoyed this article or found it helpful, please share it with your friends! Thank you for reading!
Just like there are so many Easter traditions tied to different symbols in different parts of the world, there are just as many charm bracelet traditions. Some charms are specific to a country or even a religious group, so it’s best to check with your local customs before starting your collection. If you can’t find the charms that you like, you can always make them yourself using the names from any Easter movie or book that comes to mind.
Things to Remember
There are both Christian-based and secular charms you can choose from if you want to be a bit more specific with your collection. Don’t feel limited in your options either. Just because some charms are meant specifically for a religious event doesn’t mean you can’t put them on your charm bracelet anyway.
Of course, there’s nothing wrong with just getting charms that symbolize the Easter holiday, especially if they’re pretty or remind you of something significant to you.
Be sure to look up the meanings of each charm as well, whether it’s religious or not.
This is a fun project that can make a great gift or something you can wear yourself just to remember your favorite parts of the Easter story. It’s also a creative way to add some inspiration to your Easter tradition, even if it isn’t necessarily religious.
That’s all we wanted to share with you today. We hope you enjoyed it! If you’re interested in learning more about fashion jewelry trends, check out some of my other articles, like the one on how to wear two earrings at once and why crafted jewelry is so important for women.