“Parents are always looking for ways to put a creative spin on the holidays,” Snow said. “We’re all looking to bring the family together, have a little fun and create some memories. This year, we found that nighttime Easter egg hunts have become one of the most popular ways to put a spin on this tradition that everyone loves so much.”
But unfortunately, nighttime hunts also require several hours of prep. Cracking dozens of tiny glow sticks the size of a match, placing them in individual eggs and timing it all just right so they don’t lose their glow by nightfall. It can be a stressful task to add on top of holiday, work and family to-do lists.