As Memorial Day approaches we are happy to remember with pride the lives sacrificed for our freedom. Many have paid the ultimate price for us to enjoy the freedoms that we do and we want to honor and celebrate these lives at Memorial Day especially. The floral designers at Al’s Florist have created some gorgeous patriotic floral designs specifically for Memorial Day. Send a beautiful red, white and blue arrangement to someone you know who may be remembering a lost loved one this weekend, and proudly display Memorial Day s this month. Read More about Proudly Display Memorial Day Flowers »
Al's Florist joins the rest of the country this May 28th to honor those men and women who sacrificed their lives in service to country. We gather together to attend parades and ceremonies devoted to celebrating their legacy, and we also host dinners, parties and barbecues in our own homes, often outdoors. Flowers are a customary part of any celebration, while also being a traditional gift to offer someone who is deserving. In many cases, Memorial Day centers around the people who have been most impacted by the loss of someone who served in the military. We want the perfect s to express our feelings to them, but we also seek s that capture the spirit of the social events we host. Since Memorial Day weekend is often thought of as a prelude to summer, we see s that nod to the season as a crucial part of your event's decor. Read More about A Sunny Design For Memorial Day »
The red, white, and blue of patriotic s is unmistakable, and evokes a sense of pride and respect as we prepare to observe Memorial Day. Paul Tsongas once said "America is hope. It is compassion. It is excellence. It is valor." It is indeed those virtues that we celebrate on May 29.
To remember all those who sacrificed, as well as to honor their loved ones, you can count on the professional floral designers at Al's Florist to create beautiful and memorable bouquets and arrangements. Read More about Patriotic Flowers for Memorial Day »
Posted by Vicky Rotunno on May 17, 2017
| Last Updated: May 22, 2017