This month, the floral designers at Mission Viejo Florist are excited to help you celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8. This international movement in one in which women across the globe are celebrated for their efforts towards gender parity and equality. We are eager to show our support for women who are in positions of influence and leadership. The movement's theme this year is Balance for Better. Which women do you know who bring gender balance to their world every day? Encourage a better world on International Women's Day and encourage her with a gorgeous bouquet of flowers. Read More about Encourage a Better World On International Women’s Day »
For those who are experiencing the loss of a loved one, the holidays can be a difficult time, full of memories and heartache. For families of fallen veterans, the Wreaths Across America is a wonderful way to find purpose and create meaningful new memories during the holidays. This wreath-laying ceremony began at Arlington National Cemetery and now occurs throughout the U.S. and abroad. Honor your fallen hero by placing a gorgeous holiday wreath on their final resting place this season. The floral artisans at Mission Viejo Florist have created a fabulous line of holiday wreaths to choose from. Read More about Wreaths for Veterans »
Almost 50% of U.S. households have dogs, which equates to about 80 million happy canines living with families. Still, on National Puppy Day, animal advocates look to highlight the issues facing dogs and puppies - namely irresponsible breeding, breeding for profit, overcrowded shelters, and far too many euthanizations. With only an estimated 10% of dogs labeled "behavior problems", these puppies face uncertain fates through no fault of their own. This day is set aside to celebrate the love that puppies bring to our lives while bringing awareness and educating the public.
At Mission Viejo Florist, we recognize the unsung heroes, often volunteers, working to save the lives of these animals every day. Read More about Celebration Highlights Need for Puppy Adoption »