Grandparents Day, approaching on the first Sunday after Labor Day in September, is an excellent opportunity to celebrate the bond between children and grandparents. To honor the matriarchs and patriarchs of our families, we send flowers, gifts and cards, get together for a meal or a fun activity and enjoy the beauty of generations coming together. The professionals at Bice’s Florist are proud to deliver your beautiful selections anywhere in the Fort Worth area, including retirement communities like Green Valley Healthcare in North Richland Hills, Watermere Retirement Community in Southlake, The Good Place in North Richland Hills, Atria at Hometown in North Richland Hills, and The Villas at Calloway Creek in Hurst, as well as private residences. Our designers at Bice’s Florist also offer a few other creative ways for grandparents and grandchildren to spend time bonding and celebrate Grandparents Day together. Read More about 4 Creative Ways To Celebrate Grandparents Day »
Each autumn, we set aside a special day to honor people without whom, we would not be here: our grandparents. On the second Sunday of September, Grandparents Day takes center stage as children everywhere bring gifts, create cards and spend time with their grandparents as a special way of celebrating their favorite people from a completely different generation. Give meaningful gifts to grandparents, ask them to share favorite memories and bring their favorite flowers as a small token of thanks for everything they’ve done to build an amazing family. Bice’s Florist has many beautiful bouquets to recommend for your favorite grandparents. Read More about Meaningful Floral Traditions »
Whether you call them Nana, Gramps, Papa, or Mimi - there is no denying that grandparents capture a special place in our heart. September 10 is Grandparents Day, which gives you the ideal opportunity to express your gratitude and affection.
Marian McQuade is the mother and grandmother behind Grandparents Day, a time set aside to not only recognize the older generation for all they do and contribute, but to encourage the sharing of stories, wisdom, and family history. Ms. McQuade envisioned families gathering, holding reunions, and even volunteering or participating in community events together. The goal of the day? To foster strong family ties and create an ongoing legacy. At Bice's Florist, we think that is a fantastic vision to celebrate. Read More about Flowers & Gifts for Grandparents Day »
Posted by Bice's Florist on August 23, 2017
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