For the past few years I've convinced my family to participate in the Hungarian tradition of locsolkodas. It's where the boys go visit their lady friends, recite a little poem, and sprinkle them with water or perfume to help them to grow pretty like a flower. In return the girls give the boys red Easter eggs or other treats. Since I'm a girl with a love of poetic verse, I make everyone in my family (boy or girl) write a poem and sprinkle somebody. It prolongs the fun.
This year we took a walk on the river trail and it proved to be the perfectly romantic back drop for our Easter sprinkling.