Send New Baby Flowers: The arrival of a new baby must be celebrated with another type of special delivery – New Baby Flowers. There is hardly are more fitting gift to celebrate new life than a bouquet of fresh flowers. A sweet bouquet of pink flowers can be used in a Baby Shower Floral Arrangement or sent for the birth of a girl and a collection of flowers of a baby boy can be bold colors. A dozen roses are nice to send to the mother who did all the hard work and will bring another smile to her happy but tired face. Sending birth flowers is also a unique way of congratulating the proud parents: January baby, carnation; February baby, Iris; March baby, Daffodil; April baby, Daisy; May baby, Lily; June baby, Rose; July baby, Larkspur, August baby, Gladioli; September baby, Aster; October baby, Calendula; November baby, Chrysanthemum; and December baby, Narcissus. Baby Flowers of Bells of Ireland convey "Good Luck" and White Carnations symbolize "Sweet and Lovely," "Innocence," "Pure Love," and a "Woman's Good Luck Gift." However you choose to welcome the newest member of a family, New Baby Flowers are a heart felt way to convey congratulations.
New Baby Flower Names: New baby flower names for girls. Alyssa and Ayanna, Acacia, Amantha, Amaryllis, Anemone, Asphodel, Azalea, Begonia, are some uncommon new baby flower names. These are some of the more common new baby flower names acacia, azalea, blossom, bluebell, camellia, carnation, chrysanthemum, daffodil, dahlia, daisy, delphinium, forsythia, fuchsia, gardenia, geranium, heather, hibiscus, hyacinth, indigo, iris, jasmine, jewel, lilac, lily, lotus, magnolia, mallow, marigold, narcissus, orchid, pansy, peony, poppy, primrose, rose, snowdrop, sunflower, tulip, verbena, viola, violet. Are some of the most popular and common new baby flower names for girls.