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85 Easter Captions That Will Make Your Easter Selfies Egg-ceptional

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Written by Team Scary Mommy
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If you're taking photos this Easter, you need some Easter captions to go with them.
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Everyone knows spring hasn’t officially sprung until Easter arrives! It’s a time for all the glorious things: cute (if not a bit smarmy) smocked clothes for your kids, maybe a little Easter mom-osa for you, and chocolate bunnies for everyone. Besides, few things are more fun than seeing the joy on little ones’ faces the first time they discover the delightful, finger-staining, tablecloth-destroying messiness of dyeing Easter eggs. There’s much to document on this hoppy holiday, which is precisely why you need to have a bunch of Easter captions handy. How else will you add a bit of colorful commentary when you post those priceless memories on social media?

You undoubtedly have a few favorite Easter traditions in store this year that you want to capture on camera. Maybe you plan to introduce your kids to the Easter Bunny Tracker. Or you’re going to ask your budding artists to draw a picture of where they think the Easter Bunny lives. And, of course, you’ll watch as everyone tears into their Easter baskets full of goodies — during which time you might break out a campy Easter joke or two. You wouldn’t want to risk missing the eye rolls at that moment, would you? All the more reason to keep your phone or camera at the ready.

Once you’ve got all the shots you want (or your family bans you from taking any more photos), you’ll probably want to post them to your social feeds. Enter this helpful list of Easter captions for Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or wherever

Funny & Punny Easter Captions

  1. Hangin’ with my Peeps.
  2. Good eggs.
  3. Feeling eggs-uberant today.
  4. There is nothing better than a friend… unless it's a friend with chocolate.
  5. Without you, I'd go off the Peep end.
  6. Quite literally putting all my eggs in one basket.
  7. Me? Egg-cited? How can you tell?
  8. I carrot even.
  9. When life gives you lemons, throw them back and ask for chocolate.
  10. Using the eggs-press lane today.
  11. What's the best way to make Easter easier? Put an “i” where the “t” is.
  12. That’s all for Easter Sunday, yolks.
  13. Peep my cute Easter outfit!
  14. Show me the bunny.
  15. Chocolate eggs are the answer, no matter the question.
  16. Simply eggs-quisite.
  17. This egg hunt was to dye for.
  18. I love Easter! What other holiday allows you to bite someone’s head off and have it be chocolate?
  19. All hopped up on Easter candy.
  20. Eggheads gotta stick together.
  21. Maybe she’s born with it. Maybe it’s two chocolate Easter bunnies before breakfast.
  22. You think you’re going to find more eggs than me? You crack me up.
  23. Golf is just the adult version of an Easter egg hunt.
  24. Easter is the universe’s way of telling you to eat more chocolate.
  25. On Easter weekend, I’m as lazy as the “g” in lasagna.
  26. Follow the bunny; he has the chocolate.
  27. How old is too old to participate in the egg hunt? Asking for a friend.
  28. We’re egg-stra this Easter.
  29. (Cad)bury me in chocolate.
  30. Feed me Peeps and tell me I’m pretty.

Cute Easter Captions

  1. "It’s wabbit season." — Elmer Fudd
  2. Hop, hop hooray!
  3. Ready for a hoppin' good Easter.
  4. Egg hunt champion.
  5. Alexa, play “The Sweet Eggs-cape” by Gwen Stefani.
  6. “I said-a hip, hop, the hippie, the hippie, to the hip hip hop.” — The Sugarhill Gang
  7. Dyeing to know where all the Easter eggs are hidden.
  8. We found eggs in a hopeless place.
  9. That’s all, yolks.
  10. Chillin’ with my main chicks.
  11. Having a great hare day.
  12. Felt hoppy, might delete later.
  13. I’m all ears today.
  14. Inhale, eggs-hale.
  15. Hopping into spring like…
  16. Hop till you drop.
  17. Whisking it all for a hoppy Easter!
  18. The one where we found all the eggs.
  19. But first, Peeps.
  20. The grass is always greener in someone else’s basket.
  21. One word: eggs-hausted.
  22. Just yolking around.
  23. One tough egg to crack.
  24. Eggs for days.
  25. Hopped on over for some Easter fun.

Sweet Easter Captions

  1. The best Easter is one spent with your Peeps.
  2. "Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life." — Janine di Giovanni
  3. Easter always puts a little spring in my step.
  4. Hoppy Easter, everybunny!
  5. My egg hunt partner forever.
  6. Baskets and bunnies.
  7. Great egg-spectations for this spring!
  8. To All The Bunnies I’ve Loved Before.
  9. A true friend is someone who thinks you’re a good egg, even if you’re a little cracked.
  10. Best egg-hunting buddies ever.
  11. I’d hop to the end of the world for you.
  12. Easter eggs-perts.
  13. Feeling ear-resistible.
  14. Hey there, hop stuff.
  15. Easter is more than just eggs and candy; it’s about peace, love, and family.
  16. Hoppiness is homemade.
  17. Today was egg-cellent.
  18. You’re nobunny till somebunny loves you.
  19. This day was eggs-actly what we needed.
  20. Spending Easter with the cutest chicks I know.

Easter Quote Captions

  1. “Spring adds new life and new joy to all that is.” – Jessica Harrelson
  2. “Easter egg hunts are proof that your children can find things when they really want.” – Unknown
  3. “Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life.” – Janine di Giovanni
  4. “The very first Easter taught us this: that life never ends and love never dies.” – Kate McGahan
  5. “The greatest gift of Easter is hope.” – Basil Hume
  6. “For I remember it is Easter morn, and life and love and pace are all new born.” – Alice Freeman Palmer
  7. “You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep spring from coming.” – Pablo Neruda
  8. “Easter is the only time of year when it’s safe to put all your eggs in one basket.” – Unknown
  9. “Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life.” – S.D. Gordon
  10. “‘Twas Easter Sunday. The full-blossomed trees filled all the air with fragrance and with joy.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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