Thanksgiving is one of the best holidays of the year – if not the very best. After all, it’s a holiday centered around eating delicious food with friends and family, watching football or floating air balloons, and enjoying the day without the pressure of gifts. Plus, at its core, it’s a day to give thanks and focus on the positives in your life. Here at Al’s Florist, we love everything about Thanksgiving and have written several blogs on decorating tips, fall flowers, centerpieces, hostess gifts, and more. In the spirit of sharing and giving thanks, we’ve assembled all the blogs for you here. Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving is the time when we get together with our friends and families to spend quality time together and enjoy a delicious meal. If you’ll be a guest in someone else’s home for a Thanksgiving feast, then you’ll want to show your appreciation for the host or hostess with a great gift.
Like the glowing embers left over after a fiery blaze burns low, this marvelous bouquet of ten brilliantly orange Mokara orchid stems – simply arranged in a clear glass vase with curly willow – will warm the heart and let your favorite people know how grateful you are for them in your life.
This Thanksgiving, personalize your holiday table with items that remind guests of reasons to be thankful. Instead of place cards with names on them, write words of thankfulness, gratitude and joy for each place setting.
This year, whether you are hosting the dinner for your family and friends, or are headed to someone else’s home – the decor that you need for a festive celebration is designed at Al’s Florist.
The beauty and essence of fall can be celebrated all season long when you design a fall tablescape that pairs autumn’s natural beauty with your great sense of style. The experts at Al’s Florist are ready to share some great centerpieces and decor ideas with you.
Oh, Thanksgiving. A time when we come together around the fire, bundled up from the chill outdoors. A time when we gather the falling leaves into huge piles for jumping, scarves around our necks.
While we may be bringing something to contribute to the table already – pumpkin pie, green bean casserole, fruitcake – it’s also customary to offer a host or hostess gift.
Thanksgiving signifies many things to many people, but there is no doubt that the main event of the day is gathering for the meal. From our favorite foods to our favorite people, the holiday table is truly a special place of significance.