St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

We might not be in Ireland but today we are all wearing green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

It is tradition to wear green or sport a Shamrock to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but the Shamrock is not just associated with St. Patrick it is commonly used as a representative image of the Irish identity.

But don’t get your Shamrocks confused with your four leaf clovers, or you’ll risk upsetting the Irish!

The traditional Shamrock is associated with St. Patrick’s Day and has only three leaves.

The four leaf clover, otherwise known as a ‘Lucky Clover’, has, as the name might suggest, four leaves and represents God’s Grace. It’s considered lucky because they are so difficult to find.

You can read more here: http://metro.co.uk/2016/03/17/st-patricks-day-2016-the-difference-between-a-shamrock-and-a-four-leaf-clover-5758043/#ixzz4baCQt38

Default Blue is lucky enough to have enjoyed working with healthcare clients in Ireland for over 10 years on a variety of design, marketing and digital projects.

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