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Find A Florist Father’s Day

It’s the beginning of summer and a quick count down to find the find ultimate gift for Father’s Day. We all grew up celebrating Father’s Day, but how did this “celebration of dad” all start?

Father’s Day earned official holiday status following a long, uphill battle. The concept of Father’s Day originally was a response to the success of Mother’s Day, spearheaded by Sonora Smart Dodd in 1910 to honor her father, who singlehandedly raised 6 children. Father’s Day was initially a very successful concept, but then faded for many years, as American citizens viewed the day as an attempt to commercialize something precious. Throughout the years, Presidents Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, and Lyndon Johnson all supported an official observation of Father’s Day, but it wasn’t until Richard Nixon took office, that Father’s Day was made official in 1972.

Today, barbeques, baseball, and beer are the unofficial way to spend the 3rd Sunday in June. But for those who prefer a more traditional approach, the way to celebrate is with roses. Father’s Day roses symbolize love, commitment, companionship, friendship, loyalty and fidelity; with red roses honoring fathers still with us, and white roses honoring fathers who have passed on.

Whether you would like to send roses or prefer a modern BBQ gift basket, Find A Florist will direct you to a local florist who is happy to help ensure Father’s Day satisfaction with a wide selection of gift ideas and same day delivery options. Let your father know he is the reason you are who you are today, with Find A Florist.

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