I love my dad!: 7 fun tips for a successful Father’s Day

This weekend we are going to celebrate father’s day. Today we go one step further because a successful Father’s Day is only complete when you also do something together.

Whether your dad is a bon vivant or a competition animal, doing a fun activity together will make your bond closer. We collected seven fun tips for a fun Father’s Day.

Serve a Father’s Day Brunch

A classic, but you always score with it! Serve a Father’s Day brunch to spice your family. Bacon, eggs, croissants, pistolettes, and a good cup of coffee: that’s all it takes to get Dad’s day off to a good start.

Organize a cheese and wine evening

Does your father like a good glass of wine? Then invite him to a cheese and wine evening at your home. Did you know that there are unique placemats to judge your tasted wines? Do you also have an original gift! Order them.

Have a picnic on Father’s Day

Say now: when was the last time you had a picnic? Although it is always fun, many of us hardly ever do it. Get out into nature with a picnic basket and enjoy an afternoon of uninterrupted family time. Has the picnic basket been eaten? Then end your day with a fun game of Kubb.

For the nature lover, put on your walking shoes

A brisk walk in nature, more is often not necessary to spend a beautiful day together. In some countries, many beautiful places are worth discovering. The lovely scented herb and plant gardens in some excellent city gardens are a great start.

Plan a camping trip

Whether you are young or old, nothing can forge such a bond as going back to basics together. Throw the tent in the trunk of your car and choose an excellent spot for a night (or more) of unadulterated quality time. Leave the smartphones aside so that you really have time for each other.

For the competition animal, organize a game night

I love my dad!: 7 fun tips for a successful Father’s Day

Do you rarely make time to play a party game together? Then Father’s Day is perhaps the ideal reason. Take those old classics out of the closet (because there is really nothing wrong with a friendly game of Monopoly!) Or buy some new board games.

Exercise together

Intense sweating together is not only healthy, but it is also good to strengthen family ties. Plan a moment to walk or cycle along on Father’s Day. You can easily spot the most beautiful walking and cycling routes in your city.

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