As Memorial Day approaches, we realize this is a time for celebrating life and remembering those who gave their lives for our freedom. Sending funeral flowers or sympathy flowers during a time of grieving or remembrance can be a soothing, healing show of compassion. It can also be a lovely way to celebrate everything wonderful about the life that was lost. If you will be celebrating the life of a lost love one this season, the floral designers at Currans Flowers have some amazing funeral flowers and sympathy flowers in beautiful patriotic colors to honor fallen veterans and heroic individuals. Read More about Send A Patriotic Funeral Basket of Blooms »
Memorial Day can be a solemn occasion as we remember those soldiers who sacrificed their lives in service to country. The parades and commemorative events that honor them do so with a great deal of reverence and respect, but they also bring us together and remind us that we are, in essence, celebrating the great heroes of our country. We're on the cusp of summer and it's a long weekend. Inevitably, we find ourselves hosting or attending dinners, barbecues or outdoor parties. Curran's Flowers thinks there's a way to capture the full spirit of Memorial Day in flowers, speaking to both its poignancy and sense of festivity. Read More about Capturing The Spirit Of Memorial Day »
Some days carry more weight than others. Monday, May 29 is Memorial Day, an observance which affords us the opportunity to remember those brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country, as well as to send love to the family and friends who remain. If you are looking to send patriotic floral arrangements, memorial day flowers, or meaningful bouquets to give honor on Memorial Day, Curran's Flowers would be privileged to help.
"Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices." Harry S. Truman Read More about Patriotic Floral Displays for Memorial Day »