Palm Beach was jam-packed with people decked out in pastels and Lilly Pulitzer searching for Easter eggs on Saturday.
The Flagler Museum provided a multitude of activities for its more than 1,000 attendees, with two separate egg hunts for ages 4 and under and ages 5 and older. Kids greeted — and in some cases, struggled to get away from — the Easter Bunny, made crafts, hula-hooped and got their faces painted.
Cate Sieving, 12, of Palm Beach, pushed around a pink stroller that held her 8-month-old white Holland Lop rabbit, Coconut. “He likes to lie in the stroller,” Cate said.
The Sievings live a couple of blocks away from Flagler, making the museum a logical choice for them each year.
Plaza stores also provided their own free fun for guests. Alice + Olivia employees made flower crowns and cotton candy, Sant Ambroeus handed out free gelato, and Stoney Clover Lane provided colorful cake bites almost too beautiful to eat.