As July approaches, we look forward to celebrating our nation's independence on the Fourth of July. This is a fabulous time to come together as family, friends, neighbors and fellow Americans. Celebrate the heart and spirit of our country together when you celebrate the red, white and blue. Ah Sam Florist has some patriotic floral pieces in house, ready to help you celebrate your independence and decorate your home accordingly. Take a look at all of our great Fourth of July designs. Then, choose something perfect for your home, front porch or backyard barbecue on Independence Day this year. Read More about Celebrate The Red, White, and Blue »
Are you hosting 4th of July this year, or going to someone else's cookout/barbecue/potluck/dinner? In either case, add some flowers to your shopping list. You can't compete with the fireworks, but you can create a table or an atmosphere that offers some excitement and dresses things up just a little bit. We like to keep it casual on the 4th, but that doesn't mean you can't appeal to Ah Sam Florist to hook you up with some inspired summer flowers! Read More about Show Off These Flowers This Fourth Of July »
Posted by Ah Sam Florist on June 24, 2018
| Last Updated: October 29, 2019
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July fourth is nearly upon us - and with it all the parades, picnics, and celebrations that make it one of our favorite holidays of the year. If you are hosting the barbecue, or if you are looking for a beautiful hostess gift for those who are, look no further than Ah Sam Florist. We've taken the traditional red, white, and blue and transformed it into our own beautiful style that will make any gathering more gorgeous!
Did We Get it Wrong? John Adams wrote that July 2, the date the Second Continental Congress voted in Philadelphia to declare independence from Britain, would be the day that we celebrated freedom. “The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America,” Adams wrote on July 3 and declared that "pomp and parade, shows, games, sports, bells, bonfires, and illuminations" should be part of the revelry. Still, July 4th has come down through history as the day to celebrate. Read More about Patriotic Flowers for July Fourth »