Parenting is anything but a cakewalk. Embracing and celebrating motherhood has become a global phenomenon now. However, in this hustle and bustle, let's not forget the role of the father. Father's Day is one such celebration that honors our fathers and forefathers.
This day, though not celebrated with the same grandeur as the Mother's Day, still holds importance globally. People usually celebrate this by giving gifts and holding family gatherings.
Different countries hold this celebration on different dates. The third Sunday in June is usually considered as Father's Day. It was first observed on this date in the USA and then took off to many other nations.
It was President Lyndon Johnson, who made Father's Day a holiday to be celebrated on the third Sunday of June in 1966. It was officially recognized in 1972, during the presidency of Richard Nixon.
Gifting flowers has become a tradition on Mother's Day and Father's Day now, or on any occasion for that matter. Father's day is mostly associated with gifting leafy flowers that give away more masculine vibes. Here are a few options for you to choose from:
Thistle has a very unique symbolism attached to it. It is known to keep unfriendly visitors away from your house. Simultaneously, it does a great job of keep the vibe of your home fairly urban.
Green Tricks are green globes of soft, deeply cut petals. They are one of the world’s oldest blooms. Green Tricks have their bright pom-pom buds that last 4-6 weeks, making them a great low-maintenance choice.
Gerbera Daisies are cheerful, bold and perfect for an occasion like Father's Day. Their red, yellow, orange and pink varieties make them a great addition to the natural décor of your home. An arrangement of Gerbera Daisies is a great way to play with pops of color.
This mini Orchid plant is very light on the eyes. It is a perfect home or office desk topper. Orchids make excellent gifts for multiple reasons. Their blooms are exquisite and long lasting. Additionally, they're easy to care for and will often bloom repeatedly for many years.
Snapdragons are tall, seasonal, bright flowers. They usually represent strength, which makes them a great Father's Day bloom. This is because they're able to grow in uninhabitable areas. However, Snapdragons also symbolize themes like deviousness and grace.
So pick your bloom now and gift one to your dear father right away!