Bagoy's Florist & Home is serving up some classic Thanksgiving centerpiece looks for your table. We love one in particular for the unexpected twist it offers, a little update to traditional centerpiece styling. And in fact, Thanksgiving itself is experiencing a bit of a reinvention these days. As one of our most cherished holidays, we don't do too much variation on the theme. But with the addition of Friendsgiving, tons of new takes on classic Thanksgiving dishes and more people than ever going the catering route, Thanksgiving has evolved, too. Read More about Style A Happy Thanksgiving »
For many of us, styling a Fall table is one of the most exciting parts of hosting a seasonal dinner. But contrary to what you might think, simply putting down a centerpiece (however stunning) isn't the end of creating a dinner scene worthy of the mantel "Fall table." The real fun begins when you start to build a tablescape around your centerpiece, using all of those delightful seasonal items to make an unforgettable visual experience for your guests. Let Bagoy's Florist & Home's tips be your guide as you construct the Fall table to end all tables. Read More about A Warm and Woodsy Centerpiece »
November is one of our favorite times here at Bagoy's Florist & Home. As we usher in the holidays (and the season's rich, luxe blooms), there are so many occasions to design and deliver flowers for, we can hardly keep track. Dinners, parties, office events, community celebrations, school festivities - all of these require decor, and lucky for us, that's often in the form of flowers. Holiday flowers are a big deal, not just for us, but for millions of people who will be using them on their tables this season or offering them as gifts.
But the biggest big deal of all is the Thanksgiving centerpiece. If ever there was a time to make a statement with flowers, it's now. Read More about Statement Centerpieces for Thanksgiving »
Surveys tell us that in the United States, turkey is eaten by 88% of households. But this is Alaska, and our traditional foods are influenced by an entirely different culture. As we think about gathering at the holiday table for this special meal, we look forward to sharing all of these important customs with the people we love the most. This year, make your celebration even more beautiful with fresh flower centerpieces from Bagoy's Florist & Home. Read More about A Bountiful Holiday Table »
Posted by Chanda Mines on November 13, 2016
| Last Updated: November 23, 2016
Alaska is a special place, and we have a special way of doing things. Even the great American traditions have an Alaskan spin on them, and we wouldn't have it any other way.
As the holiday approaches, Bagoy's Florist & Home thought we would celebrate some of the unique ways that Alaskan Thanksgiving might look a little different than in the lower 48. Here our a few of our favorite Alaskan local traditions and customs for Thanksgiving. Read More about Alaskan Thanksgiving Traditions »
Posted by Chanda Mines on October 27, 2016
| Last Updated: April 8, 2020
One of the more traditional symbols of the Thanksgiving holiday holds a place of honor on our seasonal tables; the cornucopia (Latin for “horn of plenty”) is a classic representation of prosperity and abundant provision. The “horn” is a… Read More about The History of the Cornucopia »
It’s almost time for one of the most beloved gatherings of the year. For most people. Thanksgiving evokes memories of families, friends, great food and good times. Although this tradition dates back to 1621, when the first famous meal… Read More about Bagoys Thanksgiving »