Flowers for good fortune

For many people, the New Year means a new beginning and a fresh slate. It also means that the year ahead will also bring plenty of new challenges. This is exactly why a good luck bouquet will prove to be an appropriate gift for somebody else or even for yourself.


When sending flowers for good luck, you will have several options to consider. Some more readily available than others of course. Four-leaf clovers are a popular and well-known symbol of luck. However, the chances of finding a four-leaf clover is 1 in 10,000. So, if you’re not up for an extremely long and possibly fruitless search, So, instead, you can order high quality artificial clovers or jewellery. Four-leaf clover charms, earrings, pendants, and other similar jewellery products are all appropriate.


Bells of Ireland are so named due to their shape. The flowers are white with green sepals surrounding them. They are often used as décor over St. Patrick’s Day and for wedding bouquets. They can be displayed all on their own or you can arrange them along with other flowers if you want to use them as mass or filler flowers.


White Heather is associated with several myths and legends. One of which says that these flowers grow on fairy graves. It was also worn by soldiers and people during times of war to keep them safe.


White carnations are the most common of all good luck flowers. They symbolise good luck and they are also associated with Mother’s Day. You can send a bouquet of carnations all on their own or you can accompany them with other flowers in a mixed bouquet.


Remember to include an inspiring message along with your flower delivery. It’s your personal words that will emphasize the meaning behind the bouquet and will be treasured for months or even years.