Happy Thanksgiving! Here at Bice’s Florist, we love this holiday! The turkey, pumpkin pie, good times with friends, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade are just a few of our favorite parts. Mostly though, we love that this is a holiday that is more inclusive than others, you can celebrate with friends and family, you have nothing else to do besides eat, nap, and watch football, and it’s a day where you take a moment and give thanks. We would like to give thanks to all of our amazing customers who choose us for all their floral needs. We also want to thank Mother Nature for gifting us with beautiful flowers that provide mood-boosting and other health benefits through good times and bad. To help get you into the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’ve assembled all of the blog posts we’ve written over the years about this wonderful time of year. Discover some cool porch decorating ideas, dazzling centerpieces, interesting facts, and more! From our family to yours, have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!
November brings beautiful fall colors, shorter days, and the Thanksgiving Holidays. Around the country, people are preparing to welcome family and friends into their homes.
Every year at Thanksgiving we reflect on everything and everyone we’re thankful for. At Bice’s Florist, we could not do everything we do without the amazing support of our incredible team.
If there is one thing that Thanksgiving is overflowing with, it is tradition. There are Thanksgiving traditions that are historical and cultural.
If you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year, and you’re thinking about stepping outside of the proverbial Thanksgiving box, consider hosting an International Thanksgiving meal.
The last Thursday of every November is when we celebrate Thanksgiving Day. Of the many symbols associated with this important holiday in our nation’s history, one has its roots in ancient history dating back to the 5th century B.C.
What better way to capture the spirit of Thanksgiving than through flowers? And if those flowers are placed at the heart of your table? We at Bice’s Florist say you’ve just won Thanksgiving.
We may be in the throes of fall, according to the lunar calendar, but in Fort Worth, like most of Texas, there is no such thing as typical seasonal weather.