We’re getting ready to celebrate the dads in our life. Father’s Day is coming up and I stopped by Mile High Living in Denver with some ideas to help create a fun Father’s Day celebration.
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A handcrafted gift to remember
In terms of gifting, we’re always looking for something unique and thoughtful to celebrate Dad. I found something that fits the bill AND gets the whole family involved. I love the handcrafted wooden board game sets from Across the Board.
Across the Board is a family-owned and operated business from St. Louis. The game sets encourage everyone to spend more time loved ones, making it a perfect gift idea to celebrate Dad this Father’s Day.
Each high-quality, handcrafted, unique wooden board game set is crafted with precise attention to detail. I love how the line offers something for everyone. Across the Board has classic board games, sports games, horseracing sets, and even officially licensed team games. Not only will these will be a hit with Dad, they’re also a fun activity to do together on Father’s Day, or at any party, game night, bbq or tailgate!
Try a flatbread board for a crowd-pleasing Father’s Day menu
If you’re hosting the family to celebrate Dad, or just want to create something special for him, I love the idea of a flatbread board! I used Atoria’s Family Bakery Mini Lavash to create a few different varieties of flatbreads. The presentation is colorful, fun, and an easy way to cater to different tastes and dietary needs.
What I love about these Mini Lavash is that Atoria’s Family Bakery’s flatbreads are baked with SIMPLE ingredients and nothing artificial. These are non-GMO and vegan, and have no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Atoria’s also has two low-carb and keto-friendly options.
Their Mini Lavash is available in Traditional and Whole Grain & Flax. They make a delicious base for personal flatbread pizzas, wraps, tacos, or any quick and healthy meal to make with dad.
If you’re in the Denver area, you can check out their Mini Lavash flatbreads at Safeway and Albertson’s. They’re also available online and via Amazon, which I’m linking below.
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