Ramadan is a time of fasting so a huge, showy centerpiece would seem out of place, but a simple one that celebrates the holiday in a sedate and reverent way is a wonderful effect.
This beautiful and eco-friendly Father's Day decoration is made from unused ties.
If you’re having a Father’s Day get-together, this tie wreath is the ideal decoration to make. I found this wonderful, eco-friendly and easy to make craft project from Good Housekeeping.
Plan the perfect day of golf for your favorite dad and his foursome.
Of course, Father's Day is all about dad and his family, but a fun gift would be to plan a round of golf for dad and his buddies on Father's Day weekend.
Give Dad his favorite thing for Father's Day, a day full of off-season football and fantastic foods.
Does your dad love football more than any other sport, more than almost anything in life? Well, then why not give him what he loves for Father’s Day?
Celebrate Father's Day with a tailgate party at your home.
Treat your father to a Father’s Day tailgate party at home. One of the best parts of game day is the tailgate party. So why not host one at home?
Create a centerpiece for your Father's Day table that will warm Dad's heart.
Make Father’s Day a little more special by not only giving Dad a special Father's Day Meal but a centerpiece that’s dedicated t
Set up a DIY mimosa bar and let mom make her own refreshing cocktail.
If you’re having a Mother’s Day brunch, this is an absolutely beautiful way to serve mimosas.
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