How to make your dad feel really special on Father’s Day

Dad’s hold a special place in our hearts. He is the one who makes us feel safe, whether it’s chasing away the monsters under the bed or picking us up at 1 am when we’re out of money. If your dad or grandad or stepdad has always been your real-life superhero, then you’ll be looking for an extra special way to show your appreciation this Father’s Day.

Make sure this Father’s Day is one he’ll always remember with one of these special ideas:

  1. Organize a surprise party

Most dads are not used to being the center of attention but just for once, it might be nice for the whole family to get together to surprise him. Prepare some homemade Father’s Days goodies, write him letters and get everyone involved in this touching tribute to the paternal figure in your lives. Cook him his favorite meal and capture lots of photos and video to share.

  1. Movie Marathon

Is your dad a movie buff? Even if you don’t always enjoy his choice of genre, you should let him have full reign of the TV and host a marathon of his favorite films or boxsets. Stock up on popcorn and plenty of refreshing cold beer.

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  1. Sporty fun

If you have the budget, treat him to tickets to see his favorite team. If not, then there’s no reason why you can’t stage your own fun sports day in the back garden. Family and friends will have a great time playing all kinds of games, you just need a few pieces of equipment and some imagination.

  1. A gift he’ll treasure

Most of the time our dads are so busy working that they don’t often have the chance to treat themselves. Maybe he’s always buying you things instead of getting the things he wants or needs? If this sounds like your old man, then show him how special he is with a designer shirt. Something classically stylish like a Mens Bugatti Short Sleeve Shirt from

  1. Fishing with the lads

If your dad loves fishing but doesn’t get to go very often, put a smile in his face by organizing a fishing trip with his mates or just with you if you both prefer a little quiet relaxation in the countryside.

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  1. Give him a day off

Does your dad spend his weekends doing odd jobs around the house, mowing the lawn or other chores that keep him from relaxing? Then, give him a reason for putting his feet up and just take a breather. Share out the chores amongst the rest of the family and let him sit and be treated like a king for the day.

  1. Take him to his favorite restaurant

It is often said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach and it’s true that food has the power to make people truly happy and satisfied. Take him to his favorite dining spot and let him order whatever he fancies from the menu.

  1. Just tell him how much you love him

You don’t need to spend a wad of cash or shower him with gifts. You don’t even need to make him the center of attention if he wouldn’t feel comfortable. All any dad wants to hear is that you love him, and you are thankful for the things he does for you.