Grandparents Day is a time when families can gather together and celebrate the traditions that make them special. Observed on the second Sunday in September, this is a wonderful time to let grandparents articulate the significance of things that are special to your family. If there are certain flowers or plants that hold special meaning, include them as centerpieces for your lunch, or bring them to your grandparents to show them how much they mean to you. Talk to the floral designers at Rebel Hill Florist about our many pieces you can choose for your family gathering. Read More about Sharing Our Floral Traditions
There is no doubt that the relationship between grandparent and grandchild is a special and unique bond. It is truly amazing to watch these two people, separated by a generation, magically come together in a mutual understanding and affection that seems completely effortless.
Once upon a time in America's history, it was common to see multiple generations living together under the same roof. As that custom began to fade, we saw extended families begin to have separate residences. In 1978, a mother and grandmother named Marian McQuade successfully petitioned Congress to institute Grandparents Day, a time set aside for the generations to once again come together - to share stores, and preserve the history and legacy of the family. Of course, it is also a great opportunity to shower your grandparents with love and affection, with beautiful Grandparents Day bouquets from Rebel Hill Florist. Read More about Beautiful Grandparents Day Bouquets