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4 Fun Ways to Spend Grandparents Day

It is almost September, and since 1979, on the first Sunday in September after Labor Day, we celebrate Grandparents Day. What a privilege to be able to honor our grandparents who have been so important in our lives. One great way to do this is by having grandchildren choose a beautiful floral bouquet or plant design to send to grandparents. The floral experts at Stadium Flowers are pleased to deliver your chosen design anywhere in Seattle and the surrounding area, including nursing homes, retirement centers and assisted living facilities, as well as private homes. There are also many ways to spend time with grandparents on their special day. The designers at Stadium Flowers have put together a list of fun ways to spend Grandparents Day, including several floral arrangements perfect for grandchildren to send to their grandparents.  Read More about 4 Fun Ways to Spend Grandparents Day »
Posted by stadiumflowers on August 4, 2019 | Last Updated: August 6, 2019 Floral Design Flowers Grandparents Day Plants

Send Some Love And Flowers This Grandparents Day

The tradition of presenting grandparents with flowers or gifts began with the advent of National Grandparents Day in the 1970s. Marian McQuade started this occasion in her home state of West Virginia, and by the late 70s it had grown into a day of national observance. One tradition that has started to fade in more recent years was that of giving Forget-Me-Nots to grandparents. Stadium Flowers suggests we revive this tradition or update it with flowers of your choosing. What are your grandparents’ favorite flowers? Read More about Send Some Love And Flowers This Grandparents Day »
Posted by stadiumflowers on August 27, 2018 Flowers Grandparents Day

Floral Designs to Celebrate Your Grandparents

The history of our grandparents is remembered in the laughter and tears of their children and their children’s children. It is into us that the lives of grandparents have gone. It is in us that their history becomes a future. ~Charles and Ann Morse Established in 1978, the main purpose of Grandparents Day is to bring the family together, share stories and history, and let the generations learn from each other. The holiday is the brainchild of Marian McQuade, a grandmother from West Virginia who was concerned that the traditions and legacies of our individual families was being lost in the modern world. Grandparents Day is also a wonderful opportunity to honor the people who love us. So whether you call them Gigi and Pop Pop, or Nana and Opa - September 10 is the day to tell them just how amazing they are.You may want to ask them to tell you a few stories as well.  Read More about Floral Designs to Celebrate Your Grandparents »
Posted by stadiumflowers on August 25, 2017 | Last Updated: August 26, 2017 Grandparents Day