The first Independence Day took place on July 4th, 1776 - although at the time, no one really knew about it. In fact, John Adams had proclaimed that July 2nd would be our nation's birthday, and with the exception of John Hancock's famous signature, most founding fathers would not even sign the document until August 2nd. Still, the date on the Declaration of Independence is July 4th, and so that is the day we celebrate! From coast to coast and throughout Albuquerque, people will attend picnics, parades, parties, and fireworks displays, all to commemorate the special freedoms we enjoy here in America.
Fourth of July flowers are the perfect way to add patriotic spirit to your backyard barbecue or to thank a veteran for their service. Peoples Flowers is proud to continue our tradition of providing our friends and neighbors in Albuquerque with the beautiful bouquets and arrangements that make every occasion special. Read More about Fourth of July Flowers & Celebrations
Independence Day in the United States falls on July fourth, marking the day in 1776 when the nation adopted the Declaration of Independence which officially proclaimed the country’s independence from Great Britain. Today celebrants across the United States celebrate… Read More about Decorations for the Fourth of July