It’s Thanksgiving!! The greatest holiday of the year where you get to surround yourself with family and friends and eat delicious juicy turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie! Not only that, but it’s perfectly acceptable, and even expected, to take a nap after feasting. When you’re not eating or napping, there’s plenty of entertainment to watch on tv, like the Macy’s parade, the National Dog Show, football, or Netflix movie marathons. To help you get in the Thanksgiving state of mind, Gordon Boswell has put together all of our Thanksgiving-themed blog posts listed below. Discover interesting facts about this holiday, decorating tips and ideas, awe-inspiring table centerpieces, and more! From our family to yours, have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
If this year is not your turn to host Thanksgiving, and you get to arrive as a guest instead, count yourself blessed, but also realize you still have some responsibility.
Thanksgiving is a time to stop and reflect on who and what you are most thankful for in life. At Gordon Boswell Flowers, we are most thankful for our incredible team without whom we could not create and deliver the most beautiful flowers to you and our community.
This year, instead of letting the stress of creating the perfect Thanksgiving feast take you away from the true meaning of the holiday, try refreshing your meal with a twist on tradition. Invite guests to join you for an international-themed Thanksgiving meal.
If you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year, it’s time to start dressing that table – and we don’t mean with food. Among the heritage linens and heirloom china, another classic bit of decor awaits its moment in the spotlight: a floral centerpiece.
In many ways, our Thanksgiving traditions are similar from family to family. It is said that nearly 90% of us will have turkey on the table, and in Fort Worth, nearly everyone will be glued to the set for the football games.
This is a favorite time of the year for many people. With the weather cooling off, the landscape changing, and family and friends preparing for the holiday season – autumn is truly a special time.
When it comes to Thanksgiving celebrations in Texas, you can bet your cowboy hat that the meal and everything that goes with it will be Texas-sized because that’s just how things are done around here.
Thanksgiving falls on Thursday, November 26. This all-American holiday is steeped in history and tradition. It all began in Plymouth, England in 1620. A group of 102 religious separatists boarded the Mayflower and set sail for the New World.
Welcome your friends and family this year to a Thanksgiving feast filled with beautiful flowers, stunning centerpieces, and a table that looks like it was set for royalty. Flowers infuse any Thanksgiving celebration with life and vitality.