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Posted by Jackie Levine on November 11, 2013 | Last Updated: March 17, 2014 Uncategorized

Patriotic Floral Designs to Say Thank You on Veteran’s Day

Veterans Day is an official holiday in the United States designated to honor, thank and remember all those who have served in the military, both present and past. Veterans Day is a federal holiday observed on November 11th each year and is the perfect time to celebrate, appreciate and thank all of those who have risked their lives to fight and defend our country.

President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11th “Armistice Day” in 1919, but it wasn’t until 1954 that Congress changed the name of “Armistice Day” to “Veterans Day”. It has been known as Veterans Day ever since. This Veterans Day, why not show thanks for all the men and women in your life who have served in the military with a patriotic floral design from Central Square Florist- the trusted go-to florist in the Massachusetts area since 1929.

This “America the Beautiful” floral design from Central Square Florist is a patriotic way to show how much you appreciate the veterans in your life. Lush red, white and blue flowers are presented in a deep blue glass cube vase along with an American flag- an excellent tribute to any member of the armed forces.

Celebrate all the veterans in your life this November with this “American Dream” floral design from Central Square Florist. This patriotic bouquet is the perfect floral design to put a smile on the face of any beloved veteran. Filled with a red, white and blue arrangement of roses, snapdragons, delphinium, carnations and more, this design celebrates the colors of the American flag and the courage of our soldiers.

Say “I Love You” this Veterans Day with this adorable “Yankee Doodle Doggie” floral design. This patriotic pooch is ready to unleash smiles with all-American flair. Designed in a willow dog bed basket using the freshest white and red carnations, accented with a blue and white ribbon and an American flag.