The Fourth of July is a wonderful time to celebrate freedom, our nation's independence, and our patriotism as a nation. For example, come together with friends, family and neighbors for a break from the summer heat. This holiday is a chance to think about everything this country means to us. Most importantly, our independence and freedom are of high value to Americans. So this is an excellent time to celebrate who and what we are. Decorate your home, porch or Fourth of July festivities with gorgeous red, white and blue flowers from Bagoy's Florist & Home. We have everything you need to help you have the best Fourth of July celebration ever. Read More about Celebrate Freedom!
Bagoy's Florist & Home spends the 4th of July like many of you do---relaxing and enjoying the long summer day. We love to be outside camping or at the lake, firing up the grill later for some good old American BBQ. We too look forward to the fireworks show and the chance to commune with family and friends, whether we're in a backyard, on a boat or gathering around the table. If you've been invited to spend Independence Day at someone else's home this year, bring a proper hostess gift along with that six pack and extra hot dog buns. Read More about How Will You Spend The 4th of July?
It's nearly the 4th of July, and Anchorage is preparing to paint the town red, white and blue! Whether you are having the barbecue at your house or headed to visit with friends and family, July Fourth florals from Bagoy's Florist & Home are a great way to bring the party!
Did You Know? On the back of the actual Declaration of Independence - written upside down and backward - are the following words: “Original Declaration of Independence dated 4th July 1776.” The person who wrote the words is not known. As parchment would have been rolled up, it is believed that the words were meant to distinguish the message inside from among other deliveries. Read More about July Fourth Florals for Your Party
You probably know that the Declaration of Independence was signed in July of 1776. But did you know that there were no celebrations that year? The first official 4th of July celebration took place a year later, on July… Read More about Fun Flowers for the Fourth of July