I've been really trying to de-emphasize candy at Easter. The kids get some chocolate and jellybeans, and Peeps of course, but no big hunt for the goodies; it is just out on a table in a big basket.
We've made a new tradition of Peep-fights: put two Peeps in the microwave, facing each other, each with a toothpick stuck in them to look like they're holding swords. Run the microwave for 1-2 minutes. As the Peeps expand, they will appear to swordfight.
Church is our main tradition. The regular members at our church have been asked to attend on Saturday if possible to make more room for first-time and infrequent visitors on Sunday (it gets very crowded on Christmas and Easter). DH is very very traditional so I was worried he wouldn't like this idea, but he accepted it as a kindness he can do for others, so we're going on Saturday instead.
I remember my mom making me a new dress every year for easter. It would be my 'good' dress for the year, and I always loved it. Now that I have a daughter of my own (9months) even though I haven't been dressing her in very girly things, I did get her a ruffly dress for Easter.