The Fourth of July is a meaningful time to celebrate servicemen and women who invest their lives in defending our country. So, a wonderful way to honor and pay tribute to these individuals is to send a gorgeous bouquet of red, white and blue flowers! Let them know that their life of sacrifice has not gone unnoticed. To do this, the floral designers at Central Square Florist have created a fabulous line of patriotic blooms. Choose something amazing and let your friends, family and neighbors know how patriotic you are this Fourth of July. Read More about Send Red, White and Blue to Celebrate The Fourth of July »
Is there a more classic American holiday than the Fourth of July? It has all of our favorite things: being outdoors with friends and family. Potlucks, grill outs, barbecues. Maybe we spend the day at the beach or on the lake, snoozing in the sun or zipping along on a boat, or maybe we stick closer to home, throwing the ball around in the backyard or settling into the kitchen to make our famous potato salad. However we while away the hours before the firework finale, many of us are hosting others in our homes. And that calls for a flower display just as showy as the fireworks themselves, if you ask us here at Central Square Florist. Read More about Get Your Fourth Of July On »
Of all the summer celebrations, we might love the 4th of July the best. Whether attending a local parade, getting together with friends at a barbecue, or gathering under the stars for a spectacular fireworks display, the day is filled with memories from start to finish. Patriotic parties are a tradition, and the red, white and blue is everywhere you look. This year, make sure your annual event is adorned with flowers that exude the spirit of the day - after all, what party is complete without flowers?
Why Do Other Countries Celebrate July 4th? Seems a little strange that other nations, such as Denmark, England, Norway, Portugal, and Sweden have fireworks to commemorate the American holiday. The reason is that thousands of people emigrated to the U.S. in the early 1900s, and these countries hold events to attract tourists, as well as for the benefit of American troops stationed abroad. Read More about Patriotic Parties for the Fourth »