Thanksgiving is nearly upon and we couldn’t be happier. Thanksgiving is a holiday where you get to spend the day with friends and family eating delicious foods and enjoying some much-needed togetherness. Besides a juicy and delectable turkey, Thanksgiving is a holiday that is all-inclusive and can be celebrated by everyone. There’s no stress about giving gifts, the weather is usually still decent, and there’s plenty of entertainment on tv like the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the National Dog Show, and football. No wonder everyone loves Thanksgiving! To help you get in the spirit of this holiday, Boyd’s Flowers has assembled all of our blog posts that revolve around Thanksgiving. Discover some great fall decorating tips, interesting facts about this holiday, beautiful centerpieces for your table, and more! From our family to yours, have a Happy Thanksgiving!
It’s the time of year when celebrating friends and family is at the top of everyone’s mind. Whether you’ll be gathering for a Thanksgiving dinner, Friendsgiving meal, or both, it’s important to spend the day celebrating all your loved ones, and especially your holiday host!
This Thanksgiving, if you’re looking for a break from the traditional, try having a Thanksgiving stay-cation. Stay in your pajamas, watch family holiday movies or college football all weekend, and order your Thanksgiving dinner to be delivered whenever you might be ready to eat.
What’s the most important thing you’ll have on your Thanksgiving table? If you said, “turkey,” okay, we can’t disagree. But we at Boyd’s Flowers think there’s also something else – something that has nothing to do with food – that’s equally worthy of your attention.
The seasonal holidays embody many traditions that stem from diverse places – historical customs, family customs, and cultural customs are just a few of the influences.
The floral designers at Boyd’s Flowers have created gorgeous Thanksgiving centerpieces for you to consider – from traditional to contemporary, we have floral arrangements for every taste and style of decor.
One of the quintessential decorative symbols of Thanksgiving and one that frequently graces Thanksgiving dinner tables as a centerpiece is not rooted in American History.
Our 21st-century festivities bear no resemblance to the first Thanksgiving that the fledgling new colonists celebrated with the Wampanoag Indians, their chief, and the Pawtuxet Indian, who taught them everything they needed to know about surviving in a new, unestablished part of the world.
As you start preparing for your Thanksgiving gathering, there are a lot of things you have to do. Whether you’re hosting the event yourself or you are visiting a friend, family member or neighbor for the holiday, you may find yourself in need of a Thanksgiving centerpiece.
The Thanksgiving centerpiece is sure to catch the attention of everyone who comes to your home for Thanksgiving dinner; for this reason, you want to be sure to choose one that is the right size, color, and style for your home. The following are some points that can help you to do just that.