The greatest holiday of the year is here! We’re talking about Thanksgiving! It’s a time to gather among friends and family, enjoy the day off, watch some football and a parade of large helium balloons, oh, and also stuff yourself with delicious and sumptuous foods. What a great day. Plus, there’s no stress regarding gift-giving, it’s typically the beginning of a four-day weekend, and it’s fall’s last hurrah before the winter sets in. Above all else, though, it is a day to give thanks for all the good things in your life and to focus on the positives, no matter how tough a year it may have been. Here at Rose Hill Flowers, we love Thanksgiving so much we’ve written several blog posts about it that we’ve collected for you here. Discover some decorating tips, awesome fall-themed flower arrangements and dazzling centerpieces, interesting facts about this holiday, and more! From our family to yours, have a Happy Thanksgiving.
If you’ve been invited to celebrate Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving at someone else’s home this year, don’t forget to show your appreciation with a thoughtful hostess gift.
This Thanksgiving if you truly want to surround yourself with some of your favorite people, consider hosting a “friendsgiving” event. Invite friends, neighbors, coworkers and other loved ones who are the family you create to join you for a wonderful feast and time of gratitude.
Thanksgiving is a time of many meaningful customs. From the most historical facts to the smallest family traditions, there are many details that make our holidays unique and special.
It is a symbol of abundance, the harvest, prosperity, and all of the sentiments that people think about and feel when their mind’s eye envisions a traditional Thanksgiving tablescape.
On Thursday, November 26, 2015, Americans will gather with their closest family members, friends and loved ones to celebrate one of the nation’s most historically important holidays.
As Thanksgiving nears, people who host holiday get together celebrations are anxiously finalizing all of their arrangements. You may not be able to do all of the cooking in advance, but you should be thinking about how you want your Thanksgiving dinner table to look.
This year at Thanksgiving, we like to stop and think about who and what we’re most thankful for. At Rose Hill Flowers, we are especially thankful for our dedicated staff without whom we could not provide the best quality and service to our customers.
Last year, nearly 50 million people traveled at least 50 miles over hill and dale to break bread with their loved ones for Thanksgiving. There’s nothing better than gathering around a table with friends and family to tuck into a gorgeous feast, especially if you didn’t have to prepare it!