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When is Kwanzaa Celebrated?

Kwanzaa was created by Maulana Karenga in 1966 as an occasion for Black Americans to celebrate African and African-American heritage and history. It is celebrated from December 26 through January 1 every year, culminating in a festive feast and gift giving.   Whether you're looking for a brightly colored centerpiece to last the whole week or gift baskets to exchange with family and friends, Proflowers can help celebrate community and shared heritage.

Say "Joyous Kwanzaa" With Online Kwanzaa Bouquets

A vivid arrangement of colorful Kwanzaa flowers can be a great way to compliment the celebratory and affirming atmosphere of your home throughout the week. Whether the family is gathering around a centerpiece arrangement during the feast of faith or enjoying the warmth of music and lit candles while exchanging gifts, Kwanzaa bouquets help you commemorate your time together.

What Are Some Common Kwanzaa Flowers?

While there aren't specific types of flowers associated with Kwanzaa, the colors red, black, and green are often an important part of the holiday. Multi-colored bouquets with green or red accents can help highlight other colorful decorations and even the kinara candles. You could also arrange red bouquets in a green vase or add a touch of green to a red centerpiece in a black vase.

Kwanzaa Gifts Delivered in Time to Celebrate  

In addition to our varied selection of online bouquets and gift baskets, Proflowers also makes it easy to have Kwanzaa gifts delivered to a long-distance loved one. In addition to traditional homemade gifts, baskets with chocolates, fruit, baked goods, and other treats offer something for everyone to enjoy. Missing a friend or family member this year? A surprise delivery of an online Kwanza bouquet and gift basket will help them share in the love and unity of the season.