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Father’s Day: From personal style to pyrotechnics, here are 5 ways to fête your father figure this month

By Rebecca ChristophersonJune 7, 2024No Comments

Father’s Day: From personal style to pyrotechnics, here are 5 ways to fête your father figure this month

By Jenny B. Davis
Photos courtesy of vendors

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 16. If reading that line sets you scrambling for gift ideas, don’t worry. We’ve found five dad-approved presents guaranteed to make even those who are new to this parenting thing feel appreciated.

Daddy Duty: No Reception Club

As you’ve probably realized, parenting involves lots of gear. Enter No Reception Club’s ingenious travel bags made by parents for parents. The Sidekick sling bag ($85) is designed for diaper duty with a folding changing pad plus pockets that keep diapers and such separate from your wallet and smartphone along with a back pocket sized for wipes (peep the magnetic closure for one-handed access). The Getaway Bag (pictured, $235) is a tricked-out backpack with interior shelves, an insulated lunch bag and detachable stroller clips, and The Hideaway Carry-on Duffel ($295) is a customizable packing system designed to be easy, accessible and able to be carried by hand, as a backpack, or with a shoulder strap. 


Cowboy Cabernet: Ride and Ridden

When it comes to capturing the spirit of Texas in a bottle, Ride & Ridden Wine Co. does it in a way that will please your palate and beautify your bar. Its cabernet sauvignons, including the 2021 Napa Valley pictured here ($46.78), feature artwork from international photographer (and Texan) Steve Wrubel’s acclaimed Rodeo series. Inspired by Richard Avedon’s “In the American West” photography (many in Fort Worth’s Amon Carter Museum), Wrubel’s images of cowboys in action add the perfect touch. 


H-E-B Alliance,
3451 Heritage Trace Parkway, Fort Worth

Backyard Fire Power: Breeo

If dad’s man zone includes the backyard, he might appreciate some pyrotechnics — and pizza! Breeo is a USA-based business specializing in smokeless fire pits, live-fire grills and pizza ovens, all manufactured in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The brand’s popular live-fire pizza oven bundle ($1,998) comes with all the equipment you need to make restaurant-quality pies for the family right at home, including cooking and serving tools and a water-resistant fabric cover.


Prestige Pool and Patio,
15550 Preston Road, Frisco, prestige.com

Perfection in a Pinch: UNTUCKit

Do you know a dad who likes to iron? We don’t either. That’s probably why the UNTUCKit’s Vin Santo shirt ($105) is so popular. Made from 100% linen poplin, it’s a chic summer staple that’s also made to resist wrinkles, unlike every other kind of linen. Add chinos for a casual workday or pair it with shorts to be weekend-ready in an instant.


Southlake Town Square,
1414 Main Street, Southlake

The Shops at Clearfork,
5264 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth

Family Time: Beach Town Travel

Everyone loves sleepaway summer camp, but why let the kids have all the fun? Build memories together with Beach Town Travel’s first-ever Family Summer Camp, an immersive seven-day adventure based in Las Catalinas, a mostly car-free seaside town on Costa Rica’s idyllic Gold Coast. Customize your family’s itinerary from a range of activities like private surfing lessons, horseback riding, zip lining, deep sea fishing and a catamaran sailing excursion through the area’s coastal coves. Pricing for a family of four, including accommodations and daily breakfast, starts at $6,435.

For more information, visit beachtowntravel.com or email reservations@beachtowntravel.com.