Father's Day 👨👨👦
Don't let lockdown spoil Father's Day this year, give him something he's sure to love🖤. We have a delightful collection of bespoke cake gift ideas that are sure to make him smile 👴🏻. With a time allocated collection slot from our shop 🛍️all you'll need to remember is the Father's Day card!
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The Boring Stuff 🤣...
Did You Know?🤔
WHAT IS FATHER'S DAY?
Father's Day is a day to celebrate and honor fathers and father figures around the world. Whether grandads, grandpas, grandfathers even father in laws. On Father's Day most people make a conscious effort to treat their fathers with gifts, cards even special Father's Day cupcakes to demonstrate how special they are to them and show they care.
WHEN IS FATHER'S DAY?
In the United Kingdom Father's Day is always held on the third Sunday of June. It's not treated as a bank holiday in the UK however many restaurants and pubs are really busy and thd majority get booked up as people take their father figures out to celebrate.
FUN FACTS ABOUT FATHER'S DAY...
Father’s Day was first introduced in America by a lady called Mrs. Sonora Smart Dodd. She wanted to show how much she cared for her father who was a single parent and raised his 6 children alone.
The first Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910.
The first American Father's Day celebration took place in Spokane, Washington on June 19, 1910
Card maker Hallmark suggests that Father's Day is the 5th largest card sending celebration of the year.
The most popular gift on Father's Day is a tie...what about Father's Day cupcakes? :)
The word 'Dad' originated in the sixteenth century.
According to the Office of National Statistics, 400,000 families are headed by a single father, representing nearly 14 per cent of single-parent families in the UK.
In Germany they celebrate Father’s Day differently - Männertag which means 'Men's Day' is celebrated by drinking wagns of beer and eating lots of regional food.