Undoubtedly, one of our favorite aspects about social media is connecting with our community of Christmas enthusiasts. Moreover, when we’re tagged in your families’ photos of memorable moments at Bronner’s, we feel the tremendous honor we have to be the “World’s Largest Christmas Store.” For that reason, we are we are celebrating fathers who make a WONDER-land of memories with their family at Bronner’s with a Father’s Day GIVEAWAY!Read more
Mother’s Day Photo Contest
Bronner’s invites you to celebrate your mom by entering our Mother’s Day Photo Contest! In order to enter, post a picture of you and your mom (or mom-figure) at Bronner’s in the comments under our Facebook post. As another option, you can enter on Instagram by posting your photo with the hashtag #BronnersContest and tagging @BronnersChristmas. (Please note that your Instagram profile must be public for us to be able to view your entry.) Sharing a Mother’s Day Poem forRead more
Jesus, The Bread Of Life
Do you ever have one of those ideas that just starts off as a seed of thought. And as it grows you become increasingly excited, filled with anticipation and subsequently, high expectations. But then EVERYTHING goes wrong?! This is, indeed, one of those stories with an Easter egg hunt of profound revelations I gained while baking hot cross buns! (And I’m sharing two bread roll recipes too, of course!)Read more
Spring Is In The Air & Lemon Cake Cookies Are In The Oven!
Spring is in the air and the birds sing a sweet symphony. To celebrate, we’re sharing Bronner’s Flavorful Favorite Lemon Cake Cookies recipe. But we’ve hatched up an EGG-citing twist for them that we think you’ll love!Read more
Color Me HOP-py: Springtime Coloring Pages
Bronner’s is pleased to offer three new springtime coloring pages for a fun Spring or Easter activity the family can enjoy together!Read more
Irish Gnome Craft
Irish eyes will be smiling when you make our Irish gnome craft this St. Patrick’s Day! Gnomes, diminutive beings with their roots in medieval and European folklore, have made their way from embellishing our gardens to decorating our homes. Although similar in appearance to Santa and his elves, these sprites do not limit their appearance to the Christmas season. Indeed, they also decorate our homes for other holidays, like St. Patrick’s Day, and the seasons. And gnomes are popular inRead more
Sweden’s Christmas Traditions To Savor!
There is so much to love about different Christmas traditions from all around the world! Santa, Mrs. Claus and Autumn The Elf brought some international fun to Bronner’s during their Facebook LIVE appearances this holiday season. Their first stop?! Sweden. And with so many beloved Swedish Christmas traditions to inspire you, we had to break them up in to two posts. So here you’ll find good food, family and friends among some of Sweden’s Christmas traditions to savor. Additionally, youRead more
Merry CHRISTmas From Bronner’s Silent Night Chapel!
As we enter the Christmas season, we extend warmest of greetings from Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan to you and yours for a very Merry Christmas. We would normally gather together inside the serene Chapel, on Christmas Eve, to celebrate and reflect on the love of our Lord and Savior shared through one of the world’s most beloved CHRISTmas hymns, Silent Night. We wanted to be able to continue this beloved tradition began by our founder Wally Bronner. ButRead more
God Jul – Celebrate With These Candlelit Swedish Christmas Traditions!
What’s one of the greatest benefits of being Santa Claus? Why, getting to enjoy all of the different Christmas customs as you travel the world in just ONE night, of course! Catch Santa on November 26 on Bronner’s Facebook LIVE, where he, Mrs. Claus and Autumn the Elf share their memories of a few Christmas traditions from around the world. Highlighted among them are the wonderful candlelit Swedish Christmas traditions like Advent and St. Lucia Day! You just may wantRead more
Teas the season! ☕ The holidays usher in many special events, like ladies’ Christmas teas, for example. I’m sharing tips and ideas from my Christmas tea experiences for both the novice and the experienced hostess!Read more