Bussey’s Florist has wonderful, fresh and memorable flowers and plants as gifts to honor Veterans Day on November 11th

Bussey's Florist The history surrounding Veterans Day on November 11th is interesting and quite unique. In 1918 on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, all major hostilities of World War I were formally ended.  Veterans Day was initially referred to as Armistice Day and was created to celebrate the service of all U.S. military veterans. A respectable and loving way to honor a Veteran on this special day, is to send a flower arrangement or plant from Bussey's Florist. In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson gave a memorable speech where he highly commended the men and women of the United States military. "To us in America the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country's service, and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of nations". Both Armistice Day and Remembrance Day are celebrated in other countries as a remembrance to the end of World War I. In 1954, Veterans Day became the official name in the US to honor our military men and women. Veterans Day differs from Memorial Day. While both days honor our military, Memorial Day is designated to honor those who died while fighting for our country. Veterans Day is designated to honor all of the military folks who have served our country. You will find creative, loving and fresh floral products at Bussey's Florist. Here is a short list of ideas for other kind acts to honor a Veteran. Hire a veteran - If you own a small business or are in a hiring position at a company, perhaps hire [...]

2021-11-03T13:51:27+00:00November 3rd, 2021|Categories: Bussey's Florist, Cedartown Florist, Floral Design, Luxury flowers, Rome Florist, Rome GA Florist, Same Day Delivery, Uncategorized, Veteran's Day|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Bussey’s Florist has wonderful, fresh and memorable flowers and plants as gifts to honor Veterans Day on November 11th

Pay Tribute to Those Who Served in the Armed Forces on Veterans Day

Veterans Day is November 11th. It's a special day where we stop and reflect as well as honor those who have served in the Armed Forces. Whether it is the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard, these men and women deserve a whole-hearted tribute and recognition for being on the front lines and defending the freedoms and rights of our country. Even if they are no longer with us, these veterans should be remembered for their service. Throughout Rome, Georgia and Cedartown, Georgia, we are honoring our veterans on this Veterans Day. Although we may not be able to have the same parades and public events that we have done in the past, there are many ways to thank our veterans. First, call and thank the veterans you know. If possible, stop by and let them know you appreciate them. If either of those options isn't possible, you can also send a letter to them. Or, you can organize a drive-by parade of a veteran's house so they can have their own personal parade! Second, if these veterans have passed away, then perhaps it is possible to visit their graves and leave them a bouquet of patriotic flowers to show your tribute to them. You may be also to host them at your house if they are family or friends. It's good to hear their stories and relive the time they have spent on the front lines either in battle or in their role in the armed forces at a base. Your favorite Cedartown florist and Rome, GA flower shop has a number of options to celebrate Veterans Day with red, white, and blue flower arrangements. These patriotic floral displays include bouquets, flower arrangements in vases and baskets, standing sprays, and even casket flowers for those veterans who [...]

2020-11-14T18:54:53+00:00November 10th, 2020|Categories: Veteran's Day|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Pay Tribute to Those Who Served in the Armed Forces on Veterans Day

Pay Tribute To Those Who Served in Our Armed Forces on Veteran’s Day

Bussey's Florist Rome, Georgia's Patriotic Florist For Veteran's Day Bussey's Florist is a family owned and operated flower shop with locations in Rome, Georgia and Cedartown,  Georgia. We offer award-winning floral design combined with personalized service, unique gifts, variety, high-quality flowers and plants, and good value for local and national delivery. Make us your choice for the upcoming Veteran's Day on November 11th for patriotic flower arrangements, bouquets, and wreaths. It's time to honor our veterans from the armed forces who protected us and served our country. Numerous events are planned in local cemeteries and towns to celebrate these brave men and women. Whether it is a Veteran's Day parade, memorial service, or flag service at a cemetery, this is a good time to show your respect with patriotic flowers. Here are some floral design ideas from our Veteran's Day collection: With Distinction This special patriotic flower arrangement for Veteran's Day includes white carnations, red roses, gladiolus, and more. It is a beautiful addition to a grave site or as a centerpiece for a Veteran's Day commemoration service. Rome Celebrates As a patriotic city, we love our veterans and those on active duty for their courage and determination to protect our freedoms. This aptly-named bouquet represents our respect with a stunning array of red Ecuadorian roses, white lilies and alstroemeria, baby's breath, and more. It even comes with a small American flag accent! Wreaths and More We have numerous patriotic wreaths that are ideal as part of a cemetery service on Veteran's Day or as part of a special remembrance event. We also have floral blankets and other special floral displays that can be made for this celebration. Contact us today to learn more about custom flower designs for your Veteran's Day event or gift.

2019-11-08T16:23:48+00:00November 8th, 2019|Categories: Veteran's Day|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Pay Tribute To Those Who Served in Our Armed Forces on Veteran’s Day
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