Colorful and joyful is a description that applies to Easter in many ways. It can also be musical, as demonstrated by the bunny orchestra from Wendt & Kühn. Easter also always has surprises in store. And so it was for us as, in preparation for the year of Olly Wendt, we once again checked the origin and history of a large number of figurines in the company archives. Prepare for a surprise!
These spirited little children seem so excited to help the Easter Bunny hide his eggs. With vim and vigor they bring out their stash of vibrantly colored eggs. Arranged in a trio and accompanied by tiny bunnies, they’re sure to charm a smile on more faces than just the Easter Bunny. It’s easy to get caught up in their exuberance: Invite friends and family over for a fun-filled Easter egg hunt. Or the shared camaraderie of creatively dyeing your own Easter eggs.
Easter without Easter eggs? This is unimaginable to these two Easter Children. The girl’s basket is filled to the brim with colorful eggs while the boy carries a single beautifully decorated egg. Why not follow this theme and arrange more Easter eggs around the pair – it doesn’t matter if they are large or small, plain or decorated. In this way your Easter decoration can be made into something round, or even better – oval.
Easter is around the corner. On the last weekend in March, happy children will once again be hunting for Easter eggs hidden in the garden. When the whole family eventually sits down for chocolate and coffee, the musical long-ears will keep everyone in festive mood. Happy Easter!