You usually don't get a lot of opportunities to celebrate and spend quality time with your fathers. Mostly because they're busy juggling between work and family responsibilities. However, there is an occasion where you can take a break from your hectic schedule and give your father the much-needed appreciation for his love and care for you and your family. The not so emotionally expressive ones as a category, fathers, also often dissuade children against spending anything for them, but it is your responsibility to make sure his love, care, and efforts for you are acknowledged and celebrated on his special day.
So, are you planning a Father's Day celebration for your Dad? It isn't as hard as you might think it to be. A little observation and snooping around is all you might need to organize something special. Put on your thinking hat and observe things he likes and plan his special day accordingly. You can even take help of these proven and time-tested ideas from the list below, if you are not that creative or well-versed with organizing things.
Arrange a Surprise Family Get Together
In today's fast-paced life it's common for you to lose touch with your loved ones. You can use Father's Day as an opportunity to bring your whole family under the same roof at the same time once again. It can be a chance for you all to catch up with the latest life updates of each other. A family reunion just to celebrate this special day is enough to lift the man’s spirits and put a smile on his face.
Give Him a Wardrobe Upgrade
Most fathers are not the best or most regular shoppers. This may be for a number of reasons. Maybe he just doesn't want to spend extra money or is content with his drab, old, and shabby clothes. Whatever the reason, this Father’s Day, use the opportunity to give his boring wardrobe an upgrade that he badly needs. Gifting him new clothes will not only make him look good but also feel good.
Send a Basket of Fruits or Dry Fruits
Everyone loves food and when it is something as good as fruits or dry fruits the treat becomes extra special. Since both options are not only incredibly palate-pleasing but also extremely beneficial to health, it is a great option to try. Most fruits and dry fruits and nuts are replete with many important nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, protein, and antioxidants. So, if your father is a foodie or a health freak, let him indulge in these healthy gifts.
Gift Him a Flower Bouquet with Cake
You can also let your father have a cheat day with a deliciously sweet cake coupled with beautiful and eye-captivating flowers. Flowers and cake have always been a great gifting option, ideal for any occasion, any person, and any age group. If you're concerned about your father's sugar intake, opt for cakes made with artificial sweeteners.
Plan a Small Outing and Dinner
You are probably used to your father taking the entire family out on dinner or movies. On Father's Day, you can switch roles and take him out on a day full of treats and surprises. Dinner would be a great way for you to let him know how much you care about him and how much you value the time that you get to spend with him.
A Handwritten Note with a Greeting Card
A father does so much for a family and it is your job to make sure he knows he's appreciated. Probably the most effective way would be to let him know by writing it down. A handwritten note in today's digitalized world is a charm. We bet your father will love it. Handwritten notes display your willingness to put in real efforts and the genuine love and care that you feel for the person. Drop all apprehensions, go ahead and pen a note that will touch your father’s heart.