Looking for an Easter Egg Hunt for the kiddos in Greeley, Windsor, Loveland, Berthoud, Estes Park, Masonville, Evans, Erie, Mead, or Fort Collins? We had trouble finding one place with all the 2015 Easter Egg Hunt options, so we searched all over and came up with the following list.
* Be sure to call ahead for additional information and to confirm that the Easter Egg Hunt is still happening.
-The My Big Day Team
Windsor Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt
Tenth Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Sponsored by Windsor Kiwanis
This is a free event open to everyone! When: Saturday, April 4, 2015
Where: Windsor High School Soccer Field, 8695 Windsor Road
Who: All children, age 9 years and under
Time: The hunt will begin at 10 am sharp! Be sure to arrive about 15 minutes early.
Bring your own Easter Basket - Kids will find candy-filled plastic eggs.
Intergenerational Easter Egg Hunt, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday 4/2, Rigden Farm Senior Living, 2350 Limon Drive, Fort Collins. Children of all ages are welcome to join Rigden Farm's annual Intergenterational Easter Egg Hunt. Rain or shine. Information: 970-224-2700. Website: www.rigdenfarmseniorliving.com
Easter Egg Hunt in Masonville: 10-10:45 a.m. Saturday 4/4, Buckhorn Presbyterian Church, 8762 N. County Road 27, Loveland. The Buckhorn Presbyterian Church will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt. Children of all ages are invited to have a grand time searching the grounds of the church for candy-filled eggs. Information: 970-667-2308. Website: www.buckhornpres.org
Free Community Easter Egg Hunt: 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday 4/4, Trinity Lutheran Church, 301 E. Stuart St., Fort Collins. All ages are welcome for a fun morning of hunting for eggs, meeting the Easter Bunny, playing games, enjoying tasty treats, and listening to an inspirational kids' message. Information: (970) 482-1226. Website: www.trinitylutheranfc.org
Easter Egg Hunt at the Stanley Hotel, Estes Park
Bring your basket to collect hidden eggs throughout the front lawn of the historic Stanley Hotel on Easter Sunday, April 5th. The hunt starts at 1pm!
Gulley's Easter Extravaganza: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday 4/4, Gulley Greenhouse, 6029 S. Shields St., Fort Collins. Celebrate Easter with something for the entire family, including free face painting, photos with the Easter Bunny, real baby bunnies and more. Information: 970-223-4769. Website: https://www.facebook.com/GulleyGreenhouse?ref=br_tf
April 4: Easter Egg Hunts for children age 3 and under begins at 10 a.m., ages 4-6 at 10:15 a.m. followed by a "more strategic hunt" for ages 7-12. East side of Lincoln Park and the Eighth Street Plaza, Greeley, CO
OPTIMIST EASTER EGG HUNT
Start: April 4, 2015 at 10:00 am
Location: Windsor Main Park - 3rd and Elm Street - Windsor, CO
Details:Great fun for the whole family. The Optimist Club of Windsor host and sponsor the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Have your children bring their Easter Baskets or sacks to put their Easter Eggs in.
Redeemer Lutheran Church, Fort Collins/Greeley: Easter Egg-Stravaganza
Fort Collins Site- Saturday, April 4, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Greeley Site- Saturday, April 4, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
We begin with a short program with Mark Thompson who has been successfully delivering God's message of love, devotion and forgiveness for 20-plus years with his incredible gifts of ventriloquism, song and comedic puppetry.
Children and preteens are then dismissed by age for an Easter egg hunt (inside or outside, weather permitting). We usually put in a good word and receive a special appearance from the Easter Bunny (great photo opportunity!).
Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt at Sylvandale Guest Ranch, Loveland – SOLD OUT
4/5/15 You will be pleased to find traditional fare filling the holiday buffet overflowing with fresh home baked breads and rolls, crisp greens, fresh fruit, and colorful vegetables. Our flavorful entrees feature glazed pit ham and a variety of vegetarian options. Save room for tasty homemade desserts!
Hey, kids! Bring your Easter Basket …and take part in Sylvan Dale’s Golden Egg Hunt. Our resident Easter Bunny will be on hand to greet you! If you find the Golden Egg bring it to the Easter Bunny for a prize.
Antioch Community Church - egg hunts for children, Easter egg hunts for infant, Easter egg hunts for toddlers, Easter egg hunts for all ages (includes adults), The Easter bunny will make an appearance, Visits and photos with the Easter Rabbit, Tents or other provisions are made for bad weather, FREE admission, Children's crafts, Other activities for children, Bring a basket to collect the eggs!, restrooms, picnic area, face painting, inflatables/bounce house. City Park, Intersection of Mulberry & Bryan, Fort Collins, CO 80525. Phone: 970-222-8339. Email: Info@antiochfc.org. Event date and time: Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 11am to 1pm (hunt starts at 12:30pm).
Calvary Bible Church - Easter egg hunt
615 Evans St, Erie, CO 80516. Phone: 303-442-3484. Email: email@example.com. Event date and time: Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 10am-12pm. Families come anytime between 10am and 12pm for a unique and special egg hunt. Bring your kids (toddler through 5th grade), baskets, and blankets to a family-friendly egg hunt that includes a special craft, food, games and SURPRISES. Rain or shine! Each year, the Egg Hunt at Calvary Bible Church is a key ministry event that we use to reach people in our community with the Good News of Jesus Christ. We impact young children, their parents and even grandparents and other relatives with a very God-centered Easter event. It's meaningful and it's FUN! You can be a part of the team that helps to make this ministry high impact
Easter Egg-Stravaganza - Easter egg hunt
Bethel Baptist Church, 2307 17th Ave., Greeley, CO. Phone: 970-352-7373. Event date and time: Saturday, March 28, 2015, from 9am-12pm. Our annual FREE Easter Eggstravaganza!! There will be free breakfast, egg hunts, dance class, live music, face painting, bouncy houses, giveaways and more. Bring the whole family! Free egg hunts separated by age group, Registration from 9:30 -10 am, events begin at 10 am In case of inclement weather, check website for postponement details.
Town of Mead Easter Egg Hunt, 9 a.m. Saturday, April 4, 2015
Founders Park -Starts promptly at 9:00 a.m- at the corner of 9th St. & CR 34 1/2, Mead, 970-535-4477.
Berthoud High School Easter Egg Hunt, April 4th, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For tots to 5th grade, divided by age group for the hunt. Games, prizes, FREE hotdogs, crafts and more. 850 Spartan Ave., Berthoud, CO.
My Big Day Events is home of the NoCo Easter Keg Hunt.
This annual event takes place in Loveland and Fort Collins.
It is the ONLY Easter Scavenger Hunt for ADULTS! The NoCo Easter Keg Hunt sells out every year!
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Christine Kovacs Forster, Owner/ Party Planner
My Big Day llc
Phone: 970-613-1455 or 303-886-3068
Located in Loveland, CO
As event planners, we serve the entire front range;
Northern Colorado, Southern Wyoming and mountain venues.
The highlight of the day for us was the love between Julian & Charlotte. There were so many emotions and nerves leading up to the ceremony. Julian could not wait to see his bride!
Thank you to all the vendors who made Julian & Charlotte's
wedding a spectacular celebration of love!
Event Planners: My Big Day
Ceremony: Kiwanis Community House, Lakefront
Reception: Kiwanis Community House, Cheyenne
Flowers: Love Letters Floral
Photography: Ben Bradley Photography
Music: Jim Cox
Officiant: Maria Cox
Video: Ampersand Family
Rentals: Dan D Party Rentals
My Big Day was honored to be chosen as the planners for this stunning garden wedding. The event was hosted at the lovely home of Gary and Carol Ann Hixon of Fort Collins, near Horsetooth Reservoir. The bride and groom, Nikki & Ryder, were surrounded by loved ones who helped with all the little touches that made the day extra special.
Hosting a large event a a private home is no small feat. Not only are you bringing in decorations and rentals to a location vendors haven't been to before, but you need an XXL emergency kit available to trouble-shoot any accessories needed, should the home not be equipped with traditional supplies you would find at a venue. Luckily, My Big Day carries a large amount of supplies with us, AND the Hixons are no strangers to hosting large galas at their home. Aside from some unpreventable weather just prior to the wedding, the day want off without a hitch!
Thank you to all the vendors who made Ryder & Nikki's wedding a spectacular celebration of love!
Flowers: Florals by Rhonda
Cake: Fiona’s Deli & Bakery
DJ/MC: Robert Krueger
Photographer: BlueHaus Studios
Videographer: Forget Me Not Media
Caterer: Café Mexicali
Bartending: With a Twist LLC
MakeUp: Keegan Steele
Hair: Alysse Riccio
Rentals: Best Event Rentals
-My Big Day LLC
Every wedding is unique and My Big Day treats every day as such. When planning your wedding, smart brides ask for tips to pull the day off smoothly. The secret to a stress-free wedding day? Giving yourself enough time to prepare for a VERY full day!
Get the complete breakdown below to what happens on your wedding day. (in general of course)
Bride's hair: One hour, depending on the style. This gives enough time to get it right and make any tweaks or changes from the trial run.
Bride's makeup: 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the makeup style the bride selects
Bridesmaids' hair: 30 minutes per person. (depending on style)
Bridesmaids' makeup: 45 minutes per person.
The order: When your hairstylist arrives, have her start on your bridesmaids first. This way, the bride can go last so that when her photographer arrives, they catch those last-minute 'getting ready' shots, and the bride looks the freshest.
Photographer arrival time: One hour prior to formal photo time. This gives your photographer time to walk your wedding site for any last minute photo ideas, and to capture photos of the bride getting ready.
5+ Girls Requiring Hair/Make-up Styling: ask your stylist to bring an assistant to cut down on time. For makeup, add an assistant after yourself plus two.
Traveling to a Salon: Double the travel time you anticipate — better to have too much time than not enough.
Pre-ceremony photos of the bride with her family and attendants/groom with his family and attendants: Two to three minutes per shot; more if the groups are very large, and less if they are very small. "You must also consider how punctual the groups tend to be and possibly cushion the schedule to allow for unexpected delays.
First look: 15-30 minutes.
Groom and groomsmen arrive: An hour and a half before the ceremony.
Bride and bridesmaids arrive: An hour before the ceremony. We want to make sure you are hidden before your guests arrive, so they don't get an early peek at your gown! *If the bride won't be taking photos at the church or ceremony site prior to the ceremony, then she can arrive moments before walking down the aisle and wait in the limo until it's time.
Ideal ceremony length: 30 minutes. It's enough time to have meaningful readings and music to make your ceremony unique and memorable.
Receiving line: For a ceremony with 100 guests or less, this will take 12-15 minutes. With 150 guests, allow 20+ minutes. If you're expecting more than 150 guests, consider skipping the receiving line and visiting guests at their tables during dinner instead.
Maximum gap between ceremony and reception: One hour. Any more than that, and we’d recommend suggesting places for your guests to visit between the ceremony and cocktail hour.
Family photos: Two to three minutes per shot — if your family is properly organized!
Bridal party: Two to three minutes per shot.
Didn't have a first look? Allow 30 minutes post-ceremony for photos of you and your groom.
If you did have a first look, you'll still want 15-20 minutes post-ceremony for just the two of you.
*Save photos of very large groups (like classmates, coworkers, and large extended family groups) for the reception, when your DJ or band leader can make an announcement to gather everyone. You'll be able to take the photos much faster than trying to track down 50 people during the cocktail hour.
Ideal event length: Six hours. This will allow an hour for cocktails, two hours for dinner, and three hours for dancing.
First dance: This can take place immediately after the bride and groom enter the reception, following the conclusion of dinner, or right after dessert.
Father/daughter dance: Immediately following the first dance.
Mother/son dance: Immediately following the father/daughter dance. Or, sometimes, this dance is shared with the father/daughter dance.
Welcome toast: Given by the father of the bride or by the bride and groom.
Toasts: Ladies first! Start with the maid of honor, followed by the best man.
Guests invited to dance: Open up the dance floor, and get the party started!
Dessert: Two hours before the reception ends. Cake cutting, cupcakes, or whatever you have planned.
Bouquet and garter tosses: Right after the cake cutting, or about two hours before the end of the reception.
Late-night snacks: A popular trend, many couples start passing around bite-size snacks at this point to refuel guests.
Farewell: If you're doing a sparkler farewell, for example, have guests start lining up about 10 minutes before you plan to exit.
For more tips and helpful hints, or to hire My Big Day as your wedding planner -
Contact My Big Day!
Christine Kovacs Forster, Owner/ Party Planner
My Big Day llc
Phone: 970-613-1455 or 303-886-3068
Located in Loveland, CO
As event planners, we serve the entire front range; Northern Colorado, Southern Wyoming and mountain venues.
The reception was help at the park pavilion. Table were names with their favorite stadiums, and decorated with baseballs, sunflowers, and of course - Cracker Jacks! Guests signed homeplate as the guest book. The snack bar was filled with peanuts and pretzels, and the caterer, Common Link, hosted a smorgasbord of baseball themed gourmet food!
The day was simply perfect --- filled with joy and surprises!
My Big Day was honored to be the wedding planners for such a special day. And you know we love a theme!
The My Big Day team recently interviewed Taylor with Pelican Lakes and Water Valley, Windsor's event center, wedding site and golf course.
Whether you picture an indoor or outdoor reception Pelican Lakes can accommodate your dream. Looking for a beach wedding in the mountains? The two are hard to find, but there is a sandy beach and small island, suitable for wedding vows in front of your guests (up to 180 people).
The setting was perfect for this couple's country ranch themed wedding...
Bruce and Sherry got hitched at Ellis Ranch in Loveland. My Big Day was honored to be selected as the wedding planners for this fun day!
Bruce and Sherry were surrounded with love every moment of their Big Day. From the horse drawn carriage, to the photo booth, to the wagon used as a gift table... the little touches made all the difference!
Below are all the vendors in addition to My Big Day that made this beautiful wedding possible.
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