T-shirts help your group look unified–as a family should be. Plus, personalizing shirts makes a great statement that your family will use a lot more than a knick-knack.
The weather doesn’t always cooperate with our schedules. But we still want to take pictures, no matter what the sky looks like. So when you’re at a family reunion or on vacation, but the weather isn’t on your side, what do you do?
At family reunions, we can gather in all the branches of our family tree to hear their stories, get to know one another, and preserve memories of each other. Those memories will be important in years to come, so it’s vital to save them now.
The best family reunions don’t always involve the most expensive trips or meals, but rather include making and remembering joyful family memories. A great way to accomplish both of these goals is by including family history at your reunion.
Family reunion season is here! If you haven’t already started a list of attendees, there are a number of services out there that will allow you to keep track of your family and guests (we like to use Eventbrite). But we aren’t here to tell you where the family reunion should be held or what food should be served (although we have some ideas regarding this last subject below). We do however have some very fun ways to get your entire family involved with your family’s history.
Have you got your family reunion all planned out for this summer? Here are just a few fun, easy-to-plan activities that will work in a wide range of settings. These games will keep people occupied and hopefully inspire a bit of conversation. If you want to go the extra mile, start collecting prizes to give away.
Family reunion season is right around the corner which means you need to get planning! If you haven’t already started a list of attendees, I suggest you get that going pronto. There are a number of services out there that will allow you to keep track of your family and guests…