Who delivers Easter eggs to children on Easter Day in France?
Les Cloches de Pâques
One of the most important things to know about Easter in France is that it is not an Easter bunny who delivers children their Easter baskets filled with eggs and candy. In France, Easter presents are delivered by Les Cloches de Pâques literally flying church bells.
How does the Easter Bunny deliver all the eggs?
His Easter basket is a magical basket. It is actually bottomless. He just sticks his hand in and pulls out the eggs, they are always there. As he takes them out, new ones appear to take their place until he has enough to deliver all the eggs to all the children.
Can I send an Easter egg in the post?
Easter eggs are fragile products, so sending them via post can be difficult. If they arrived cracked and broken, the product is ruined, and the customer is going to be more than a little disappointed. Plus, since Easter eggs are a gift, your products need to be presented in an attractive way, too.
Is there an Easter Bunny in France?
1. The Easter Bunny doesn’t exist. Probably the strangest thing for an expat in France to get their head around is the lack of Easter Bunny. We Anglos know that it’s an enormous adorable fluffy bunny that brings us chocolate eggs at Easter – but in France it’s bells.
The truth is: in France, eggs come from les cloches (= bells.) As the story goes, it’s the bells from the churches in Rome, who fly all the way to your garden in France to drop chocolat eggs. They want to share the joy of the Resurrection of Jesus, which Christians celebrate on Easter.
Do they have Easter eggs in France?
Easter egg hunts are also popular in France. … Tradition has it that the Easter eggs are dropped into the garden by the bells as they fly past on their return from Rome to their churches, not the Easter bunny. These eggs used to be decorated hard-boiled eggs but now they tend to be small chocolate eggs.
How does the Easter Bunny come to your house?
How does the Easter Bunny get into the house? He isn’t able to come down the chimney like Santa Claus, so he usually looks for an open window that the parents of the house have left open for him. If your home has a pet door for dogs and cats to come in and out, that is much easier for him.
Is the Easter Bunny’s phone number?
The Easter Bunny’s telephone number is not published. The Easter Bunny pays a small fee to his phone company to protect his privacy, otherwise the phone would be ringing off the hook year round. Although you can’t reach the Easter Bunny by telephone, you can send him a letter or an e-mail.