Father’s Day is all about spoiling and treating dad so that you can show him how much you love him. It doesn’t matter how much you spend on gifts or how many things he gets during his big day. What is important is that he is celebrated and shown appreciation for everything he has done for us.
So what are some ways to treat dad and spoil him a little on his big day? Here are a few ideas that you can take part in or use as an idea so that you can spin your own version of to make a special day just for dad.
Treat him to some of his favorite foods.
Homemade is always a good option when it comes to gifting or showing your appreciation to someone you love. One way to show dad how much you care is to make him a few of his favorite snacks, treats, or dishes.
It does not have to be a whole big spread of goodies, just something simple that he enjoys eating is perfect. For instance, you can make him his favorite dessert, a batch of his favorite cookies, or an appetizer that he doesn’t get to enjoy except for on holidays.
Complete a few of his chores for him.
Spoil dad a little bit by giving him the weekend off and tackling some of his chores he normally does. Let dad sit and relax as you take care of mowing the yard, weeding the garden, and any other household chores he usually takes care of throughout the week. He will thank you for the time to relax and he will not have to worry about doing them after the celebrations.
Do something he loves to do.
Dad does so many things for us, even those he probably doesn’t enjoy doing, so a great way to show some appreciation would be to spend the day doing something he loves. Maybe he has a hobby that he enjoys doing when he gets a moment to himself or has been working on a project that he loves. Spend some quality time with him by participating in the things he loves to do.
Pamper him for Father’s Day.
On Mother’s Day, we often pamper mom and give her a special day that focuses on just her. Dads loved to be pampered too so surprising him with a nice day of pampering or setting up an at-home spa day is a great idea to help him relax and refresh. You can set him up for a back massage, face masks, foot scrubs, or even manicures for his at-home spa day.
If you are looking for some pampering gifts to give dad, you can get him his favorite cologne or body wash set to go along with his day of pampering.
Bring him breakfast in bed.
Treat dad to a delicious morning breakfast in bed. You can cook up his favorite breakfast meal with some orange juice and serve it to him while he relaxes in bed.
Treat dad with a family brunch.
Not a fan of breakfast in bed? How about getting friends and family together so that you can enjoy a nice brunch with dad. Everyone can bring their favorite brunch dish so that dad does not need to do any cooking or cleanup.
Make coupons for the gift that keeps on giving.
Homemade coupons are fun and can be customized so that dad will enjoy each and every one of them. Making coupons or printing them out is also a fun gift for younger children to give dad during Father’s Day.
The coupons can be to enjoy a day of something dad loves to do, a day off from doing something, or anything that will help pamper or make his life a little easier.
Surprise him with a trip.
It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant. A simple trip to a sporting or outdoor event that he will enjoy or a road trip to his favorite place is great. If he enjoys the beach, surprise him with a day out in the sun as he relaxes and has fun.
Another fun trip to surprise dad with would be a trip to his favorite show. Whether it is a car show, a tractor show, or another unique show that he will enjoy, he will be surprised as he enjoys himself.
These are just a few memorable ways to show dad that you care. Treating dad to a special day during Father’s Day doesn’t have to be something extravagant. Just personalize it and cater to who he is and the things he loves to do.
It is the memories that matter most so no matter what you do, creating those memories and times of joy will make this Father’s Day a memorable one for everyone.