Ties are relatively quick and easy to make so if you still need one for Easter Sunday you should be able to sew one up in just a few hours. They don't take much material and are super cute. There's tons of free tutorials online, here's just a few of them that I found. I've used a few of them before, as noted.
I made the boys these bow ties last Easter:
I don't remember which tutorial I used, but here's 2 I found that look great and look similar to the one that I made. I wish I would have made the center circle on mine a little bit wider but they worked.
Little bow tie tutorial at Ruffles and Stuff
Bow tie tutorial at A Lemon Squeezy Home
I made this argyle necktie for Mason 3 Easters ago .... and it was cute but honestly it was kind of a waste of time to make a regular necktie for a little boy. It was a pain to sew and turn rightside-out because it was so skinny, and then having to knot a tie on a squirmy little toddler wasn't super fun, either. I also tried to tie the knot before hand and put it over his head, but there's not a lot of wiggle room in the length of this tie so that wasn't a great solution either.
If you want to give it a try, the best tutorial I found was this one:
Little boys tie at The Purl Bee
Next time I needed to make ties I decided to try the velcro on the neck variation and this was a MUCH better idea!
I loved how you make the tie like normal, and then make an extra circle neck piece that has a velcro closure on it so it's MUCH easier to get it around your kids neck. Plus since you're just tying the knot on a piece of fabric (vs a sqirmy little boys neck) you're able to make the knot nice and fat and straight. I've made it this way a few times:
I used this great tutorial:
Little man tie tutorial at Very Homemade
Other cute tie options:
If I still had an infant I might make them this cute necktie bib. And this is a great idea for making a kids necktie out of an existing mans tie - sometimes you can find them in the best fabrics!
Let me know if you make a tie for your little guy!