What is a Gold Star family? It is the venerated status that no one wants, but accepts proudly to honor a loved one who paid the ultimate price to protect our Constitution and the many freedoms Americans have today.

For nearly 100 years, inclusion has been earned for losing an immediate family member serving during wartime. In 1928, 25 mothers who lost sons in World War I met in Washington to establish the American Gold Star Mothers organization. The Gold Star Wives organization was formed during World War II. The last Sunday of September is observed as Gold Star Mothers’ and Families’ Day. The day was first observed in 1936. In 1947, the US Congress passed a law authorizing and distributing Gold Star lapel pins for family members to wear. Gold Star families do not comprise a formal organization, but several organizations representing Gold Star family members emerged during the 20th century.

To date, 6,800 service members have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. Nearly 300,000 American service men and women are deployed in 150 countries around the world, many of them in harm’s way. Gold Star mothers and families and everyone else are encouraged to continue to tell the stories of the sacrifices their sons and daughters made, not just on Gold Star Mother’s Day, but every day of the year.

Gold Star Mother’s and Family’s Day is the last Sunday of September and Gold Star Spouses Day is April 5. The strength of our nation is our Army. The strength of our Army is our Soldiers. The strength of our Soldiers is our families. The Army recognizes that no one has given more for the nation than the families of the fallen. The families of service members who paid the ultimate sacrifice deserve our respect, gratitude and the very best support we can provide.  Help bring awareness to days and symbols that honor our Military heroes.

Celebrate every day is our motto. We create Made in America cause awareness loops and huge bows from 18 inches to 20 feet to celebrate, honor and memorialize special people, occasions and causes.

We are the creators of the big red bow for Lexus, breast cancer and LGBTQ loops, as well as military appreciation and designs that draw attention to worthy causes, events, communities, businesses, and individuals.

We’ll color October pink, and holidays in red, green, gold, silver and blue–as well as making people feel joyful and appreciated all year around.

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Set the mood for your holiday with our creative Emerald Isle bows for your door, centerpiece, gate or mailbox. We have green bows made of styrene or quality nylon, weather-resistant fabric accented with or without holiday ribbon. They range in size from 4 inches to   approximately 24” in diameter with 26” tails and stands 11” tall.

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You don’t have to be a millionaire (yet) to ship lovely presents. Whether your gift is a pony with a custom 2-loop red bow, a home with a 4-loop door hanger, a retail display or ribbon cutting with multi-loop paper or fabric bow, we can add to the excitement of any occasion. Give us a call and tell us what you need. Our designers make everything in our Southern California studio from 12 inches to 20 feet for indoor or outdoor decoration.

Graduation Day is a day to celebrate with family, friends and classmates. It is the start of new beginnings. What better way to commemorate a big achievement than a big, King Size Bow? Top off any size gift with a Signature In-Stock bow, available in 7 color combinations t0 accentuate any cap and gown or party décor. We ship by FedEx Monday through Friday, so order now: 714.668.9688

Our King Size blue bow is on the Lowe’s Heroes cart of $200, 000 in materials and labor as part of Ellen DeGeneres’ biggest donation ever – $500, 000!

Detroit’s Spain Elementary-Middle School’s remarkable principal Ronald Alexander, teachers and students have earned the respect and attention of Ellen, Lowes, and Justin Bieber who are launching a nationwide campaign to lift up this deserving community. All Americans can make this a safe learning environment through a GoFundMe/spainschool, Pencils of Promise and Toolbox For Education.

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