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Celebrate What It Is To Be An American

Fourth of July is almost here and that means we are ready to celebrate what it is to be an American. Our heritage, traditions and independence are especially valued at this time of year. To celebrate, we often get together with friends and family for backyard barbecues, fireworks displays and other festive events. You’re ready for the Fourth of July when you accent your get together with gorgeous red, white and blue flowers. Use as centerpieces or place throughout your home or porch for a beautiful festive look. The floral designers at Mission Viejo Florist are excited to share their extensive Fourth of July collection with you. So, choose something beautiful for your event this year. Read More about Celebrate What It Is To Be An American »
Posted by Grace Bjornstad on June 21, 2019 | Last Updated: February 16, 2022 Floral Design Flowers Holidays July 4th Summer

Patriotic Florals & Bouquets

It's that time of year, and entire communities are getting ready for one of the biggest celebrations of the summer! July 4th marks a day observed from sea to shining sea; when we all come together to recognize the unique freedom we enjoy in our nation. Whether you are the host of the get-together - or headed to someone else's house for the barbecue - using patriotic florals to decorate is a great way to set the ambiance for the day. July Fourth flowers are any which exhibit the red, white and blue - and there are so many great possibilities. Red roses and carnations, white lilies or daisies, and blue delphinium or iris - Mission Viejo Florist uses them all to create beautiful tributes to celebrate our nation's birthday. July 4th in Mission Viejo: Spend your holiday with a full day of events, starting with the Annual Street Faire and ending with the Fireworks Spectacular. Read More about Patriotic Florals & Bouquets »
Posted by Grace Bjornstad on June 19, 2017 | Last Updated: February 16, 2022 July 4th