When you need the flowers to speak for you. When words won’t suffice, a simple bouquet of sympathy flowers can lift a loved one’s spirits.
Funeral flowers are a traditional way for families to personalise a funeral service. They also make a heartfelt memorial gift to families that can hold special meaning.
Casket sprays, otherwise known as coffin flowers, are funeral floral arrangements that are specially designed to cover the top of the casket. Due to their positioning they are the most noticeable flowers at a funeral service and can be customised for your loved one in a number of ways, including colour and type of flowers.
Standing Funeral Sprays
Standing funeral sprays are floral arrangements that are displayed upright on an easel or wire stand. Standing funeral sprays are positioned at the front of the funeral service near the casket.
They can take a number of different shapes, including:
- Funeral wreaths
Bouquet of Funeral Flowers
The final type of funeral flower arrangement is what people are most familiar with as they are used for all occasions – the traditional bouquet. Bouquets can either be presented wrapped in paper or arranged in a vase.
Rather than a bouquet, you might consider giving a potted plant.
DIANA SIMON | DESIGNER FLORIST
Phone: 0439 877 945
Location: Gympie Region