The holiday season is fast approaching. And if you’re a college student, that means you’re getting ready to safely head home for a few weeks to spend some time with family. Or, if you simply live out of state and you may be planning to spend Thanksgiving or Christmas with mom and dad this year. Whether you’re able to spend the holiday together or are planning an epic virtual celebration, we have a few ideas for Thanksgiving gifts to give mom and dad during the holidays:
A Meal Subscription Service
Do your parents seem bored with their meal rotation? Are they looking for a new hobby that can bring them closer together? A meal subscription service may be the ideal present for the love birds. They can enjoy the convenience of getting the ingredients delivered right to their doorstep and the fun of preparing a delicious home-cooked meal together in the kitchen.
A Bouquet of Flowers
If you’re looking for a classic gift that doesn’t go out of style, there’s nothing quite like showing up for the holidays with a gorgeous seasonal bouquet of flowers. If you’re celebrating the holiday from afar, have the flowers delivered right to their door with contactless delivery by a local florist. We have colors, styles, and sizes for any home. Bonus, a beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece is the perfect conversation starter (or distractor) on Thanksgiving Day.
A Gift Card to Their Favorite Restaurant
Maybe cooking isn’t their style. Or, perhaps they cook so much that they deserve a break from their regular routine. That’s why a gift card to one of their favorite local spots makes such a great gift. Not only are you supporting a local business, but takeout is fun and delicious simply because cooking is someone else’s responsibility.
Help with the Holiday Feast
Do your parents usually slave over the stove on Thanksgiving and Christmas day while you sit back and relax on the couch? Why not switch things up this year and give them a break from the normal? Even offering to help can be a huge gift to your parents and give them time to wind down during the holidays instead of running around making sure everyone is satisfied.
Whether you send flowers for Thanksgiving or gift your loved ones with a home cooked meal as your Thanksgiving gifts this year, they will be thrilled you went the extra mile. Stay safe this holiday!