Irish Funeral Traditions and Customs

Death is a cornerstone of all cultures and communities; mourning our deceased is something that unites us all. In Irish funeral traditions, the wake has spanned the years, and continues to be common practice amongst many Irish households today. It’s … Readmore

Irish wedding traditions you should know!

Handkerchief On her wedding day in Irish wedding traditions, an Irish bride historically carries a lace handkerchief, that’s later used to make a bonnet for the christening of the couple’s first child. “This treasured item often gets handed down from … Readmore

Tis the Season to be Jolly

Creating this Blog-post on 1st of November we look back over our year for the High points and also the Low ones. What we achieved, and what we could or should have achieved, as always we probably have regrets, something … Readmore

Floriography (Pronounced Flo-ri-ography) (What does it mean)

Floriography is the ‘language of flowers’. Dating back to Victorian times floriography was used as a means of coded communication through various flowers and floral arrangements, allowing people to express feelings which otherwise could not be spoken. Through the years … Readmore

Welcome to our online store

Welcome to our online store! Our team is proud to announce that we’re now open for business, and we look forward to serving you all in the future. If you have any questions about this store or the products found … Readmore