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Thanksgiving for those Abroad

Thanksgiving is just days away for those who reside in America as well as though who live abroad but still celebrate the traditional American Thanksgiving holiday. If you have loved ones who currently live abroad and can’t be home for Thanksgiving, Brant Florist can help you send your love across the world.

It is hard being away from home and living in a different country, especially when it comes to the holidays. A great way to close the miles between you and your abroad loved one is to send them a feel of Thanksgiving with a wonderful Thanksgiving fruit basket or a wonderful Thanksgiving flower arrangement.

Thanksgiving is about love, family gathering, and celebrating what all we are thankful for, traditionally the harvest of the season, which was shared with all. When you have a loved one not able to partake in such a loving holiday, you can bet they are missing home and family. Show that loved one, regardless of the miles that separate that they are not forgotten, that you are thankful for them being in your life, even if afar, and show them they are loved. A warm Thanksgiving fruit basket or Thanksgiving flower arrangement can give them that sense of belonging and lessening their longing to be with loved ones they miss.

When Miles Separate on Thanksgiving

Harvest Home Cornucopia

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Thanksgiving has been a holiday of great significance for more than a century, denoting a time when families and friends get together to enjoy great conversation, family traditions, and generally indulge in a lavish feast or family dinner. Add to the warmth of the season with gorgeous Thanksgiving flowers. You can decorate your hall table or dinning table with beautiful fall floral arrangements.

However, sometimes it isn’t always possible to gather with your friends. You may be displaced due to work or location makes it difficult to join the rest. On those unfortunate occasions, you can still make sure your presence is felt with a delivery of a beautiful Thanksgiving floral arrangement. The gift will be welcomed graciously and warmly. Though you may be many miles away, you will know a piece of your love is there and your family will too.

Get your Flowers Today for Thanksgiving in Canada

Fall Centerpiece Arrangement

Oct 11th is Thanksgiving Day in Canada and it is still early enough to get your Thanksgiving Flowers sent to your friends and loved ones who reside there. Thanksgiving flower arrangements can make any table look festive while showing the recipient that you care and are thinking of them on their special festive holiday.

Thanksgiving Day in Canada is as big of a holiday as it is in the US, celebrated a lot in similar fashions with a big festive meal with family and friends gathering around the table. Although the reason may differ in the reason for Thanksgiving Day in both counties, the similarity is both are giving thanks – Canada for a great harvest and the US for Pilgrims settling. Other similarities between the two countries are the traditional colors of fall or harvest. Bright oranges, deep res, maroons, and varying shades of yellow and gold are all traditional colors of fall. It is easy to get great flower arrangements in some warm and inviting colors that will compliment any Thanksgiving table. Browse the Brant Florist website, enjoy the fall colors, and find the perfect Thanksgiving flower arrangement to send your friends of family in Canada this year for Thanksgiving Day.

Thanksgiving in Canada

Autumnal Abundance Cornucopia

On October 11th, Canada will be celebrating their Thanksgiving Day as they do on every second Monday in October. Thanksgiving in Canada differs than Thanksgiving in the US. Unlike the American tradition of remembering Pilgrims and settling in the New World, Canadians give thanks for a successful harvest. The harvest season falls earlier in Canada compared to the United States simply because Canada is further north.

Thanksgiving Day in Canada is a holiday where friends and family gather to enjoy festive meals traditionally including roast turkey, and seasonal produce, such as pumpkin, corn ears, and pecan nuts but no way limited to these items.

A common image seen during this holiday weekend and Thanksgiving Day in Canada is a cornucopia, or horn, filled with seasonal fruit and vegetables. This represents the “Horn of Plenty”, which was a symbol of bounty and plenty in ancient Greece. Turkeys, pumpkins, ears of corn, and large displays of food are also used to symbolize Thanksgiving Day. Dining room tables are accented with flowers, and often times you will find seasonal fall flowers in cornucopias to bring even more color and beauty to the holiday symbol.

If you have family or friends who reside in Canada, help them celebrate this holiday season with a gift of beautiful fall flowers to help accent their homes and bring leave behind a little love.

Thanksgiving Flowers Canada

  It is Thanksgiving Day weekend in Canada…….always the second Monday in October.  This annual celebration gives thanks for everything we each have at the closing of the harvest season.  In French, it is known as Action de Grace.  Nearly everyone in Canada has much to be thankful for as we live in one of the best countries in the world.

  The official day is the Monday which is Oct  8 this year.  Canadians enjoy one of the last warm fall weekends at Thanskgiving. Weekend getaways are popular with trips out of town to admire the fall leaves as decidous trees often show off magnificent scenes of fall colors. Cottage owners often make one last visit and close their cottage for the winter. Outdoor activities such as hiking, farm visits and fall fairs are very popular. There is no shortage of what to do on Thanksgiving weekend in Canada.

A Day Off… 

  Most of Canada enjoys a day off with the Monday being an official holiday.  It is a statutory holiday in most parts of the country.  The 3 day weekend provides enough time to enjoy a variety of activities and day trips.

  Turkey dinner is traditional and families might get together for dinner anytime from Friday to Monday. Many chooose to do that on Sunday and then enjoy the leftovers on Monday. (One of the best parts of a turkey dinner!) Restaurants feature turkey dinners all week and often offer a special plate over the weekend. Continue reading