New Baby Flowers
Send new baby flowers
Welcome the new arrival and say congrats to the new parents with a fresh flower delivery. A thoughtful gift to add some sunshine to their day, you can choose to send new baby flowers once the family are settled in at home or even to say ‘good luck on the arrival’ to a mum-to-be. Know someone who is adopting? Send your congratulations and excitement for them welcoming a new child into their family.
What are the best flowers to welcome a new baby?
Whether you know the gender of the new baby or it’s being kept top-secret, we think choosing seasonal flowers are the perfect choice. Not only will they look (nearly) as gorgeous as the new bundle of joy, but they will pair perfectly with the month the baby was born in. Like birthstones, there are certain flowers said to represent those born in a specific month. Find out the birth flower by month and see if it appears in your chosen bouquet.
To keep it simple, choose flowers in pastel or neutral tones – think creams and whites, paired with soft pinks, blush oranges or lilacs. Do the parents need a pick me up? Then go bold with yellow flowers which are guaranteed to add some sunshine, or choose blooms with a bit more flower-power, like calming lavender or mood-boosting chrysanthemums.
Flowers for new baby girl
If you want to stick with the theme of pink for a baby girl, then you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to pink flowers. From pretty pink peonies, to pink roses and delicate dahlias, to pink flowering plants such as orchids, there’s an abundance of pink flowers for you to take your pick. We recommend avoiding pink lilies as the scent might be a bit too overpowering for new noses.
New baby boy flowers
If you want to welcome a new baby boy with some blue flowers, there’s plenty of blue blooms to choose from. From billowy hydrangeas to rich irises and regal delphiniums, blue flowers also evoke feelings of calmness, making them a perfect addition to a nursery.
Whatever flowers you choose, our new baby flowers bouquets come with free delivery across the UK. If you’ve suddenly received the call about the new arrival, we can even arrange for your flowers to be delivered tomorrow. Unfortunately most hospitals are unable to receive a delivery of fresh flowers, so we suggest sending flowers to their home for them to enjoy up to a week later.