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Holiday Highlight: Thanksgiving

Sunflowers with corn cobs and the text "Holiday Highlight: Thanksgiving"

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and we are so excited for family, fun, and food. There’s another F of Thanksgiving we can’t let you forget about though—FLOWERS. They’re perfect to give as a thank-you to your host, or as a centerpiece on your own Thanksgiving table!  [Read more…]

Classic Thanksgiving Flowers

Pumpkins, turkeys, and flowers, oh my! Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with fresh fall flowers. Here are some of our favorites: [Read more…]

FSN’s Top Ten Thanksgiving Bouquets

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Fresh flowers are the perfect way to thank your host. Check out our top ten Thanksgiving arrangements for 2021: [Read more…]

Thanksgiving Flowers and Meanings

Thanksgiving is a time full of family traditions, get-togethers, and reflecting on everything in life we’re grateful for. Flowers can be a great way to symbolize the occasion and are a perfect gift to bring to the host or hostess on this holiday. [Read more…]

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Flowers!

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Flowers
Yes, to most, Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but Thanksgiving takes the cake in my book! Why? Thanksgiving is a time of celebration of all the things that we are grateful for; honestly, we should show gratitude every day of the year, but the point is, this is a day for us to appreciate all that we have in life – good or bad. So, here’s how you can celebrate with flowers!

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Giving Thanks with Flowers

Thanksgiving is approaching, and this is often a time when we reflect on the people and aspects of our life that make each day more wonderful. Some will spend Thanksgiving surrounded by family. Some will celebrate with friends, and others may choose to serve others. There are few things that are able to bridge the physical distance that keeps us away from one another. Though it might not seem like it, flowers are one of these things.  [Read more…]

4 Classic Thanksgiving Flower Arrangements

Pumpkin patches, the smell of freshly baked goods, fall leaves covering the yard and cooler air are all signs that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Thanksgiving is a time to remind us of the ways we are fortunate. We gather with our friends and family members to enjoy each other’s company and delight in sharing a meal. As we spend time together and remember our roots, it’s a time to be grateful. 

Refine the Mind states it this way, “We need often to reflect fondly upon the women and men who have died for our freedom, the loved ones who have sacrificed for our opportunity, the people we’re lucky to call our friends, and the qualities and quirks that make each of us, well, us.”

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History of the Cornucopia

The cornucopia is a cultural icon used in decorative flower arrangements around Thanksgiving. This holiday staple is more than just a classic centerpiece. Keep reading to take a glimpse into the past and see why this unique item has become a symbol of our thankfulness in America.

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7 Jaw-Dropping Thanksgiving Tablescapes

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Yes, your Thanksgiving table CAN look like that!

With an abundance of warm hues and rich textures, autumn provides endless design opportunities. This Thanksgiving see how your local florist can transform your dining room table and impress your guests! Here are seven stunning tablescapes that showcase the elements of the season and bring a sophisticated style to the home.

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Thanksgiving Arrangements from the About Flowers Blog

Still looking for the perfect Thanksgiving arrangement? Here are some truly creative designs, of turkeys and cornucopias with flowers, from our friends at SAF’s blog, aboutflowersblog.com.

Turkeys and Cornucopia
by Stephen Rittner
Two major symbols for Thanksgiving are Turkeys and Cornucopia. It is amazing and fun to combine these symbols with flowers for wonderful floral designs for the holiday.

Benjamin Franklin suggested that this wonderful and tasty bird become a national symbol. Unfortunately for the turkey it didn’t make the cut, losing to the bald eagle, and instead became our favorite food for the Thanksgiving holiday. A famous myth of the Thanksgiving holiday is that turkey was served for the first Thanksgiving. We don’t know if that was really true. It could have very well been goose, or something else. Turkeys throughout the continent are advocates of this “first goose” theory … along with promoting ham or even salmon for the holiday. Regardless of turkey politics, your guests will definitely enjoy not only the culinary turkey but also floral designs that incorporate the turkey as a visual symbol.

A wicker container in the shape of our favorite holiday bird can be the source of many festive floral designs…..

To read the full article click the link below! And don’t forget to ask your local florist for an amazing Thanksgiving arrangement!

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