Larkspur - The birth-flower of July
Larkspur: It’s generally known as the symbol of joy, love and positivity. People find the most positive energy from this gorgeous flower for its softness and bright colors. Larkspur is commonly used for wedding decoration and celebration gifts
Sunday, July 4 - Independence Day - Holiday Calendar August 2021
Independence Day is a federal holiday of the United States, with an aim to commemorate the signing of Independence Declaration in 1776. All citizens of the country gather on this day to celebrate under many forms. They can be food, parades, decorative banners, costumes, family reunions, performances, and gifts…
Saturday, July 10 - National Kitten Day
National Kitten Day takes place on July 10 every year to celebrate the wonderful existence of this adorable species. In fact, not only in the U.S., the day occurs in many countries to encourage the adoption of feral kittens.
Sunday, July 25 - Parents' Day - Holiday Calendar August 2021
People celebrate Parents’ Day on the fourth Sunday of July in the United States. The occasion is for the purpose of uplifting the role of parents in the rearing of children. Accordingly, we have a variety of thoughtful gifts to honor this special day.
Monday, July 26 - National Aunt and Uncle's Day
Aunt and Uncle’s Day falls on July 26 to honor their role in the family. Most of them may not be as close to us as our parents. However, they showed up from time to time and brought unforgettable memories at our family reunions.
Tuesday, July 27 - National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day - Holiday Calendar August 2021
On National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day, we pause to honor the patriotic heroes of our country. They are people who secured freedom and democracy in the Republic of Korea. Many of them are still alive these days.