Currans Flowers

Currans Flowers

Local Danvers Florists & Greenhouses Since 1933

Celebrate Freedom on the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is a wonderful time to celebrate friends, family and neighbors who serve in our military. These individuals defend the freedoms that we so enjoy. Let's celebrate those freedoms on the Fourth of July. Show your appreciation for their service with a beautiful bouquet of red, white and blue flowers. The floral designers at Curran’s Flowers have an amazing line of patriotic blooms for you to choose from. Select one or more great design and send to a friend or family member who daily defends our freedoms. Read More about Celebrate Freedom on the Fourth of July »

Fantastic 4th of July Flowers

“We must be free, not because we claim liberty, but because we practice it.” -William Faulkner On Independence Day, we often practice our liberty by spending the day gathered together with family and friends, eating potluck barbecue, throwing frisbees or swimming, and watching fireworks: celebrating the freedom we have. If you’re attending an event such as this on the Fourth of July this year, why not bring along some festive flowers? The floral artists at Currans Flowers have designed some exquisite creations that will truly bless your hosts and honor your country. Read More about Fantastic 4th of July Flowers »
Posted by Currans Flowers on June 24, 2018 4th of July Flowers

Red, White & Blue Patriotic Flowers

July fourth is approaching, and we are looking forward to all the celebrations, barbecues, parades, and fireworks! This is one of our favorite holidays of summer - and if you are hosting the party, or if you need an impressive hostess gift to bring along with you, look no further than Curran's Flowers. Our patriotic flowers and floral designs have reimagined the traditional red, white, and blue, resulting in our own style that will make any gathering more beautiful. From Danvers to Boston, we are ready to celebrate! Which Day Again? The date on which the Second Continental Congress voted in Philadelphia to declare independence from Britain was actually July 2. John Adams, who wrote about the event, would likely be a bit confused as to our revelry on July 4th. “The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epocha in the History of America,” Adams wrote on July 3. He continued that "pomp and parade, shows, games, sports, bells, bonfires, and illuminations" should be part of that day's celebrations "from this time forward forever more." Read More about Red, White & Blue Patriotic Flowers »
Posted by Currans Flowers on June 19, 2017 4th of July