Sjaaks has a good selection of chocolate bunnies and eggs although they are selling out fast. The Natural Candy Store has bunnies and jelly beans. Another easy favorite are Annie's Gummy Bunnies and a good staple for lollipops and hard candies is Yummy Earth. ...and if you just can't live without the annual cream egg here is a recipe for one you can make at home from Very Vegan Holiday.
So now you have your candy what should you put it in? We've been using a pastel metal bucket for a few years now and we just put it out at night and then the Easter Bunny fills it. If you don't have one on hand you can go eco and purchase Recycled Newspaper Baskets from Drugstore.com or if you have time and old magazines on your hands How About Orange has instructions for making your own baskets from recycled magazines. As for grass, colored construction paper cut into strips makes for great grass and you won't end up finding random pieces of it all over the place for the rest of the year.
We do always TRY to go light on the candy a heavy on the gifts so here are a few of my perennial favorites.
Some old standards include Crayola Egg Crayons and The Velveteen Rabbit and finally if you are into the Easter Egg Tree here is another Etsy find by Drops Design.
For more on how to eliminate high fructose corn syrup read this post.