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Bring Yourself Some Luck this St. Patrick’s Day

Have you been feeling down on your luck lately? Do you know of a friend who could use a pick-me-up? Flowers are a great way to boost your overall mood, and sometimes they can even bring a little extra luck. There are plenty of arrangements brimming with green, and if you are looking for something that’s a little more long term, there’s a plant for you! [Read more…]

March Card Messages ’17

March marks the beginning of Spring. A time for new beginnings and creating new memories. Whether you are sending flowers for St. Patrick’s Day, or just because, we have a card message that will make your gift even more memorable. [Read more…]

Send Luck!

This Sunday don’t forget to send luck with St. Patrick’s Day flowers. This holiday is a great opportunity to encourage loved ones that need some extra support. If you know someone that’s changing jobs,  moving, or just going through a hard time, receiving a lucky green floral arrangement is sure to lift their spirits.

Choose your favorite green flowers to send or pick out a pretty green vase. Green plants are also always a great gift for that leprechaun on your list. Ask your florist if they can add some decorations like four-leaf clovers or a pot of gold to really get into the holiday spirit.

Remember you’re not just sending luck, you’re also showing how much you care.

If you need help writing your card message here are some clever ideas:

  • Wishing you all the luck of the Irish! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
  • I’m lucky to have a friend like you! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
  • May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Find your local florist at our florist directory and send a lucky gift today!

St. Patrick’s Day Flowers ’15

The middle of March marks a very green holiday! St. Patrick’s Day holds a lot of Irish charm, but it is also a great time to share some lovely greens to a co-worker or a special friend!

Friendly Florals
Bells of Ireland and Green Alstroemeria can be the perfect gift for a dear friend. Let them know that every day is special because of the friendship you share.

Desk Greens
Want to surprise a colleague or even a boss? With a beautiful dish garden, your work mate can display their green gift on their desk and enjoy it for the rest of the year.

Simple Card Messages
Need writing help? Here are some sweet and simple card messages for this St. Patrick’s Day!

I’m lucky to have a friend like you! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

This St. Patrick’s Day, I count my shamrocks that I have someone like you on my team.

 I’m not sure if you are of Irish descent, but I still wish you a happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Head to your local florist and get someone special a green gift! St. Patrick’s Day is Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

 

 

Going Green for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is here, and if you haven’t purchased flowers for friends and family, time is running out! Why flowers you say? Besides the fact that they are symbols of beauty, love and friendship and would be adored by anyone to whom you presented them, they are also gifts from Mother Nature. They are the jewels of the plant world. As the last grains of sand flow through the hourglass, a better question might be: Why not flowers?

Keeping It Fresh

But don’t fret too much on waiting til the last minute. Your local florist is a talented professional, and she can whip up something amazing for you in a reasonable amount of time. Even so, it would be best not to delay. Even the fastest florist needs some notice if you want something both amazing and original. And honestly, who doesn’t?

Divine DendrobiumsFruit and Flower GardenGoing Green

Going Green

Is there a better, more natural option when giving a St. Patrick’s Day gift than flowers? They are not only elegant and gorgeous, they are biodegradable! Perfect for that environmentally conscious person on your list.

If you’re still searching for a St. Patty’s Day gift, contact your local florist immediately!

10 New St. Patrick’s Day Card Messages

It’s time for some GREEN! That’s right, folks. St. Patrick’s Day is coming and unless you like being pinched (but to be honest, who doesn’t enjoy a good pinch now and again), you need to suit up! But before you enjoy the sights and sounds of this Irish-honoring holiday,  make sure you’ve covered your bases and ordered flowers for your friends and loved ones. Local florists have the best options and can make something that might just help you get the Luck O’ The Irish!

In case you’re wondering what to put on that blank card, here are some helpful card messages to speed you on your way.

Out of this World Jade Green Roses Jubilee Green

St. Patrick’s Day Card Messages

  1. Kiss me! No, I’m not Irish. I just like kisses. More specifically, I like your kisses. Gimme!
  2. These flowers, like our love, are a burst of color in a world of green.
  3. Top O’ the mornin’ to ye!
  4. It’s not easy being green … how about some yellow and blue!
  5. There’ll be no need to pinch any co-workers who forgot what day it was. They turned green with envy the moment these flowers were delivered.
  6. Meet me at the pub after work for a pint?
  7. This leprechaun asked me to take him to my greatest treasure so I sent him to you.
  8. I must have walked through an entire field of four-leaf clovers the day we met. How else would I have been lucky enough to find you?
  9. Some flowers to get your Irish eyes a’ smilin’.
  10. You take my breath away, and that’s no blarney!

Don’t neglect the card on those gorgeous flowers. Use one of the messages above or allow our creativity to inspire your own!

Send Flowers To Your Lucky Charm

March Flower Arrangement of the Month

Can you believe March is here already? This month is all about spring green and the luck of the Irish. Sunday, March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day — a day when the whole world turns green. As they say, “Everyone is Irish on March 17th.”

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day In A Whole New Way

While St. Patrick’s Day is not necessarily a floral holiday, sending green flowers is a great way to say thank you to your Lucky Charm. It could be your significant other or even a best friend who has stuck by your side through thick and thin. It could be a study partner who has got you through crunch time. Maybe a last-minute babysitter who makes escape nights possible. Ask yourself, “Who do I need to thank for being a Lucky Charm?” You just might be surprised by how much luck you have through others. The arrangement pictures above, White & Yellow Roses, is a beautiful example of Lucky Flowers to send to your Lucky Charm.

Just remember to always always always use a real local florist when ordering flowers. You will not only be helping your community, but also getting the best quality flowers available. Happy March everyone!

Send Luck With St. Patrick’s Day Flowers

Lucky St Patrick's Day

It’s March! Time to get LUCKY with St. Patrick’s Day flowers!

Do you know someone who needs a little lucky this month? Maybe they are taking a big test, trying to get a new job, or making some other big change in their life. By sending St. Patrick’s Day flowers, you not only say “Luck Be With You,” but also show how just much you care.

Choose your favorite green flowers to send or use a beautiful green vase. You could also send a fresh, green house plant, such as Lucky Bamboo. With the help of your local florist, the possibilities are endless!

Lucky flowers include: daffodils, bells of Ireland, white heather.

So send green flowers and avoid getting in a PINCH!

Avoid Getting In A Pinch This St. Patrick’s Day — Send Flowers!

St. Patricks Day FlowersSt. Patrick’s Day heralds in our favorite season — springtime! Spring is the time of year where the birds are singing, the flowers are blooming and love is in the air! It’s time to catch spring fever and send flowers to your hunny. St. Patrick’s Day is a great excuse to send some love with lucky GREEN flowers!

Most local florists have their own, unique St. Patrick’s Day flower arrangement special. What better way to show your Lady Luck you love her than sending flowers just because? This is a great way to avoid getting in a PINCH this St. Patrick’s Day!

So, just how did the pinching start anyway?

It started as an American Tradition in the 1700’s. Irish settler’s tales said, Leprechauns and other fairy creatures would pinch people they could see. Wearing green made you invisible to these creatures, preventing you from their sneaky pinches.

Hopefully sending flowers will keep you from being in a PINCH!

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Paint The Town Green: St. Patrick’s Day Marketing Tips For Florists

Let’s face it, St. Patrick’s Day is no Valentines… Men everywhere aren’t rushing out to buy St. Patrick’s Day flowers for their ladies. However, as florists, lets make it our job to PAINT THE TOWN GREEN! We must become our town’s first thought when it comes to holidays!

Paint The Town Green!
Paint The Town Green!

What are the key points of the St. Patrick’s Day celebration we can use? Green, Gold, Pot of Gold, Rainbow, Luck, Lucky Symbols, Drinking, Guinness, Irish, Ireland.

  • Associate your business with the most ‘fun’ aspects of this holiday.
  • Decorate your store window with green, rainbows and pots of gold.
  • Create a few St. Patrick’s day arrangements and advertise them on your Facebook page as special/limited editions.
  • Suggest to local businesses to buy your limited edition arrangements for easy decorations for their shops.
  • Contact local restaurants about using simple green flowers on their table centerpieces. Offer this for free if they will let you attach a small ribbon or card to the flowers with the name of your shop and your website URL.
  • Partner with local bars to sell or give away (with your ribbon) simple, green corsages for the night.
  • For pubs and bars, use shot glasses as vases for your small table centerpieces. [Read more…]