The greatest holiday of the year is here! And, yes, we’re talking about Thanksgiving, not Christmas. When else are you expected, and encouraged, to stuff yourself with huge amounts of delicious food, watch TV, and even take a nap? Plus, there’s no expectation of presents, but expectations of leftovers to enjoy, the holiday can be celebrated with friends, family, or both, and there’s football, parades, and dog shows for everyone’s particular taste. From the family here at Currans Flowers to your family, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Since you’re here, enjoy the Thanksgiving-themed blogs we’ve assembled for you to discover cool decorating tips, dazzling fall flowers, amazing centerpieces, and more!
Being invited to a Thanksgiving celebration is an exciting moment. You get to anticipate a fun day with loved ones and you don’t have to put the whole thing together!
Sometimes during the holidays we can become so caught up in fulfilling traditions, we forget the meaning behind the celebration.
Thanksgiving is but a minute away, but there’s still time to grace your table with flowers. The centerpiece is one of our most cherished holiday traditions.
You’ve decided on the menu and invited the guests. Preparations for the big Thanksgiving holiday meal are well underway, and the day is highly anticipated.
Thanksgiving is a holiday that is steeped in tradition. In New England, we have many regional and family customs, and we look forward to each one of them!
Thanksgiving Day is a special holiday for residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It all began right here. For our Curran Brothers team, the fact that we’re just about 60 miles from where it all began makes this chapter of Massachusetts history feel even more special.
Heading to someone else’s home for Thanksgiving this year? You’re in good company (and will be, we trust). Last year, nearly 50 million people traveled 50 miles or more, over hill and dale, to break bread with family or friends who hosted them for the holiday.
Have you been given the task of decorating the Thanksgiving table, or maybe you are giving the hostess duty to someone else, but want to bring a gift that will make a statement?