Does it feel like we've been seeing Easter candy and decorations in the store forever? In reality, it's probably been less than a month but it sure feels longer. And we still have a ways to go until Easter since it isn't until April 17th this year. I guess the good news about having all that time between now and Easter is you'll have plenty of time to think about, book, and get your picture with the Easter Bunny at Southgate Mall.

Photo: Top5 Studio via YouTube
Photo: Top5 Studio via YouTube

Easter Bunny photos, much like Santa photos, are always a game of chance when it comes to young kids. You either end up with a beautiful keepsake where everything turned out perfect or you'll always have the story to tell because things didn't quite go as planned. Let's face it, we all love the internet for the endless supply of hilarious Easter Bunny photos just as long as it's not happening to you.

Say cheese!

Your chance to grab pictures with the Easter Bunny at Southgate Mall will happen from April 1st to April 16th this year. Get your kids dressed up in their Easter best and make your way to the area near Cinnabon. It's the same area where Santa photos happen at the mall. Different photo packages are available and one includes two different poses to give you a couple of options when it comes to what you'll send to family and friends.

Don't let the crazy Easter Bunny experiences above turn you off! They're simply provided for your amusement. You may not be able to get pictures until April 1st but it's never too early to make your plans so you don't have to wait in line. You can see the different photo package options and book your spot now.

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