As fall approaches, so does one of our country’s sweetest holidays- Grandparents Day. This special day, first observed in 1979, was created to bring children and their grandparents together in an effort to understand, honor and encourage one another. Not only will children develop a respect for their elders, but grandparents have the opportunity to indulge in the delights of youth once again. The floral artists at Crouch Florist recommend bringing a bouquet of grandmother’s favorite flowers when visiting for Grandparents Day… then asking her why they’re so special. Read More about Honoring Our Families Through Floral Traditions »
"Truth be told, being a grandma is as close as we ever get to perfection. Clouds nine, ten, and eleven." – Bryna Nelson Paston
A recent study revealed that 75% of grandparents thought of that role as the single most fulfilling experience of their lives - and over 90% of grandparents spoke of their grandchildren every single day. There is no doubt that grandparents adore their grandchildren, and the feeling is mutual. In fact, we know that children who grow up with involved grandparents have a greater sense of self, feel more secure, and have more confidence than those who do not. This is attributed to the legacy and history that the older generation represents - and it is that dynamic which we celebrate with National Grandparents Day.
If you are looking to thank your grandparents for all that they add to your life, the floral designs from Crouch FLorist are a beautiful start. Read More about Floral Bouquets for Grandparents Day »
Posted by Crouch Florist on August 24, 2017
| Last Updated: August 29, 2017