Archive for the ‘Funeral Flowers’ Category

What to Send to a Funeral for Suicide

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
What to Send to a Funeral for Suicide

What to Send to a Funeral for Suicide

When a friend or relative dies, it is common to send a sympathy gift in the form of flowers, food, or a card. This gesture lets the family know that you are thinking of them at a difficult time and that you are available for emotional support when it is needed. (more…)

Which Type of Funeral Flower Arrangement Should I Send?

Friday, September 29th, 2017
Which Type of Funeral Flower Arrangement Should I Send?

Which Type of Funeral Flower Arrangement Should I Send?

When a loved one dies, you may wish to send a funeral flower arrangement as a way of showing your condolences and affection. This time-honored tradition allows you to participate in the funeral even if you cannot be there, and also provides a way for you to support the family even if your relationship is not a close one. (more…)

What to Write on Funeral Flowers

Friday, September 15th, 2017
What to Write on Funeral Flowers

What to Write on Funeral Flowers

When someone dies, finding the right funeral flower message to convey your sympathy, pain, regards, regrets, and love can be difficult. After all, grief is something that even poets have a hard time capturing. Add to that all the complexities of human relationships, family issues, and religious beliefs, and you can see why so many people turn to time honored sayings and funeral quotes. (more…)

When to Send Flowers After a Death

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017
When to Send Flowers After a Death

When to Send Flowers After a Death

It is common knowledge that sending funeral flowers is an appropriate gift for a grieving family. This age-old tradition allows you to give your regards without imposing on the family in any way. And because you can personalize the gift with blooms of your own choosing, they convey much more meaning than a simple card can do. (more…)

Sending Funeral Flowers from Grandchildren

Friday, July 14th, 2017
Sending Funeral Flowers from Grandchildren

Sending Funeral Flowers from Grandchildren

If you have very young children, it might not be appropriate to bring them to the funeral of a beloved parent or grandparent. Death can be a scary experience for kids, even when it was expected or a gentle passing, and you might not be ready for the explanations that accompany a funeral. (more…)

What to Send to a Funeral Instead of Flowers

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017
What to Send to a Funeral Instead of Flowers

What to Send to a Funeral Instead of Flowers

Funeral displays and condolence flowers have traditionally been the most popular item to send to a bereaved family. Floral arrangements send a message of love, support, and condolences—and the gesture is appropriate both at the funeral and at home. Even if you do not live close by, you can still be a part of the funeral by sending flowers for display. (more…)

Cheap Funeral Flower Alternatives

Friday, June 16th, 2017
Cheap Funeral Flower Alternatives

Cheap Funeral Flower Alternatives

As traditional signs of bereavement, sympathy flowers make a great gift to a grieving family in the midst of funeral planning. Your added touch will help make the memorial service beautiful, and will serve as a visible banner to guests of how much the deceased meant to you. So, too, can the flowers go on to be donated to a favorite charity or taken home as a reminder—a gift that continues giving after the body has been laid to rest. (more…)

Silk Funeral Flowers

Thursday, January 5th, 2017
Silk Funeral Flowers

Silk Funeral Flowers

Funeral flowers add a touch of elegance and comfort to a memorial service, burial service, or other funeral event. Displayed in everything from elaborate wreaths to smaller, personalized bouquets to place in the hands of the deceased, the time-honored tradition of using funeral flowers to enhance the funeral experience is one that most people recognize and appreciate. (more…)

How to Decorate for a Funeral Reception

Thursday, December 1st, 2016
How to Decorate for a Funeral Reception

How to Decorate for a Funeral Reception

The last thing anyone wants to do when planning a funeral is head to the party store to pick up decorating supplies. Even if the deceased requested a party and the death was expected, it is difficult to bounce from grieving to celebrating and back again in such a short span of time—especially if you are considering traditional party decorations like streamers and balloons. (more…)

Funeral Flower Etiquette

Monday, October 17th, 2016
Funeral Flower Etiquette

Funeral Flower Etiquette

Sending funeral flowers to a relative or friend after they experience a loss is a generous use of your time and money. You will help decorate the funeral, show your support, and brighten the day of those in attendance. You will provide a measure of comfort in keeping with the traditional funeral customs. (more…)