Thanksgiving is a time when we take a moment to give thanks, enjoy the company of friends and family, eat lots of delicious food. It’s the perfect holiday! Some of the best parts of Thanksgiving are leftovers, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, the National Dog Show, football, and typically great weather. It’s the holiday that signals the end of fall and beginning of the holiday season with a rush up to Christmas and then New Year’s. From Central Square Florist’s family to yours, we wish you a very happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the Thanksgiving-themed blogs we’ve assembled for you here to discover fabulous fall flower arrangements, dazzling centerpieces, porch decorating tips, and more!
This time of year should be spent being thankful for all the special people in your life, friends, and family alike. If you’ve been invited to share a special meal at someone’s home, it’s important not to arrive empty-handed.
Here at Central Square Florist, we’re grateful each and every day for the people who make us who we are. That includes the people working in the shop–our crew–as well as the countless others who enable us to deliver you the freshest, most beautiful flowers every day.
If you’ve been tapped to host Thanksgiving this year, you already know you’ve got your work cut out for you. It can be a total joy to bring everyone together in your home, but it’s no easy feat.
The Thanksgiving holiday is known for its traditions that occur year after year. And one of the most beloved customs is that of gathering around the holiday table with the people that we love the most.
Thanksgiving marks the beginning of a very special time of year. The traditions and customs that help us to celebrate these days with family and friends create memories that last a lifetime.
There is no time of the year more nostalgic and close to our hearts than this; full of family gatherings, festive meals, gift-giving, and special memories. The holiday season kicks off with the celebration of Thanksgiving, a highly anticipated 4 day weekend for most.
Want to know what makes us swoon? Designing a seasonal tablescape, that’s what. Here at Central Square Florist, we know that this time of year calls for a massive update of our dining table, and not just for the big day in November.
Greek legend tells us that the original horn of plenty was a goat’s horn. From that ancient beginning to its role as a symbol of today’s Thanksgiving celebrations, the cornucopia has a long and storied history.
Rich with autumn bounty, Thanksgiving gives us the opportunity to give thanks for the past year and all of the things we appreciate about our lives.
While harvest time might not bring to mind thoughts of classical floral arrangement, there are plenty of picks to match your autumnal mood. Here are a few things to keep in mind when making your selection.
Planning a Friendsgiving this year? Are you one of those lucky people who are doing both a regular Thanksgiving and a friend’s version? If so, this is the post for you. We’re talking about putting a modern twist on the classic Thanksgiving table.