Get Lucky this St. Patrick's Day!
You do not have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, so pour up your beer and get prepared for the parade. It doesn’t exist any more exciting holiday than St. Patrick’s Day. This is a day full of celebrations, parties, and great times with friends and family.
There are many traditions on this holiday. However, what differentiates this holiday from the rest is the color green, which represents Luck.
Also, green relates to balance and harmony. From a color psychology perspective, green is the great balancer of the heart and the emotions, creating equilibrium between the head and the heart.
How about some green chance to your floral business? Here are some ideas you can use to prepare for this fantastic day.
Which flowers are most popular when creating Saint Patrick’s floral designs?
Green rose varieties such as Lemonade, Super Green, Limbo, Jade, and Green Fashion are the most common roses for St. Patrick’s bouquets.
Go Super Green
Stock up on anything and everything green like vases, ribbons, shamrocks—to add a special touch off with and cream to your arrangements. Pots of gold are St. Patrick’s Day symbols, so don’t doubt to add a few to your shop windows.
Put on your Irish Flair
Use St. Patrick’s Day themes in your promotions. Fill your windows and shelves with four-leaf clovers and roses to attract customers' attention. Finally, add a creative theme to your online advertisements with words and phrases like “lucky,” “pot of gold.”
Share Irish Knowledge
These days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, use, historical facts, pictures, or phrases where you use the term “the luck of the Irish” which is tied to the legendary 4-leaf clover. Even though the plant is real, you will need some luck to find one.
Try out ideas, and get prepared for St. Patrick’s Day, and who knows? Maybe the Luck o’ the Irish will enter your business this year!