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Nanz and Kraft Florists

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Include Patriotic Blooms for Fourth of July

As the Fourth of July approaches, we are excited to celebrate everything it is to be an American. We often do this by gathering friends and family together or simply decorating our front porch. So, this is a great time to include red, white and blue flowers in your decor. Or, send a beautiful bouquet to a friend or a military veteran to brighten their holiday. The floral designers at Nanz & Kraft Florists are creating a gorgeous line of bright patriotic blooms for your Fourth of July festivities this year. Take a look at the beautiful floral arrangements created specifically for Independence Day. Read More about Include Patriotic Blooms for Fourth of July »

Stay True To the Red, White and Blue At Memorial Day

.single #maincontent .img-featured { object-position: bottom; } Memorial Day is coming soon and this is a wonderful opportunity for you to display your pride and honor fallen veterans who have heroically given their lives in service to our country. A perfect way to remember these heroes is with a beautiful bouquet of patriotic flowers. Send a gorgeous bouquet of red, white and blue flowers to someone in your life who is remembering a lost loved one at Memorial Day this year. The floral designers at Nanz & Kraft Florists will be happy to create a beautiful patriotic display for you. Read More about Stay True To the Red, White and Blue At Memorial Day »
Posted by David Kraft on May 13, 2019 | Last Updated: September 22, 2020 Flower Gifts Flowers Holiday Memorial Day

Dinner Decor for Veterans Day

Every Veterans Day, we gather to honor those heroes in our community who served in the U.S. military to protect and defend our country. In Louisville, we're fortunate to call many of those veterans friends, neighbors and family. And on or around November 11, we acknowledge their incredible efforts and bravery publicly with parades and observances. We may also be honoring our favorite patriots closer to home, around our own dinner table. Here at Nanz and Kraft Florists, we've got a variety of floral arrangements just perfect for your Veterans Day dining table. Read More about Dinner Decor for Veterans Day »
Posted by David Kraft on October 27, 2017 | Last Updated: November 3, 2017 Veterans Door

Patriotic Flowers & Bouquets

There are so many fantastic ways to celebrate July 4th in Louisville - and whether you will be attending a family barbecue or you are heading out to partake in the local festivities, you can be assured that the red, white, and blue will be on full display! To decorate your home, for a beautiful picnic centerpiece, or to thank that special veteran for their service - patriotic flowers and bouquets from Nanz & Kraft Florist are a stunning way to show your pride. Did You Know? John Adams proclaimed July 2nd to be Independence Day, and most of the signatures on the Declaration of Independence actually¬†occurred on August 2, 1776. Still, most founding fathers agreed on July 4th as the best day to commemorate our freedom.¬† Read More about Patriotic Flowers & Bouquets »
Posted by David Kraft on June 19, 2017 | Last Updated: June 26, 2017 4th of July

Patriotic Flowers to Remember Them

Monday, May 29 is Memorial Day, a yearly observance which originated nearly 150 years ago, in the years following the Civil War. It was established out of respect for the brave men and women who died in that war - but has continued in order to give honor to all those throughout the history of our country who have sacrificed everything for freedom. At Nanz & Kraft Florists, we join our community in remembering the fallen, as well as in comforting the families still grieving the loss of a military spouse, sibling, child, or parent. "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 Flowers to Remember Them »
Posted by David Kraft on May 17, 2017 Memorial Day