Funeral Flowers and Memorial Arrangements allow you to honor your loved one’s life with florals that best match their personality. Flowers add a touch of warmth to a church service, memorial service or celebration of life. The more comforting the memorials setting, the more easily it is recalled. Flowers do not wither and die in the mind of the bereaved. We recall them time and again as indelible memories. Therefore, making those memories sweeter is a gift to last a lifetime.
Funeral Flowers and Memorial Arrangements sent to family members provide comfort. A plant has the ability to speak what the heart is feeling when words fail or do not seem adequate. Flowers are a visual expression of our love, sympathy, and respect. They are symbolic not only of our love and sympathy for those left behind. They also honor the loved one’s newfound eternity and immortality.
Funeral Flowers and Memorial Flower Arrangements : Flower Meanings
Thanks to our friends at FuneralWise, we are able to provide a chart of funeral flowers and their meanings below. Also feel free to visit our last blog post where we discussed a bit more in depth, the meaning of funeral flowers .
Again, there is no hard set rules for which flowers to send. Select the flowers that reflect the personality of your loved one- or choose a flower based on the sentiment you want to extend to the bereaved. This is especially important when deciding which flowers will play a role in bidding farewell to someone you held dear. In addition to your presence and kind words, flowers are a wonderful way to express what is in your heart. Send an arrangement to the wake, graveside ceremony or church. Also consider sending Funeral Flowers and Memorial Flower Arrangements to the home of those grieving days or a couple of weeks after all the services have ended to let them know you are still thinking of them.
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