Attempting to comfort a grieving family is never simple. Anyone would feel quite helpless trying to achieve this task since it can be very hard to find the proper words or actions that could express how sorry they are for the bereaved. The most effective way to let the family of a deceased person know that you are with them in their time of sorrow is by delivering funeral flowers arrangements to be displayed during the wake and service.
Funeral Flowers Arrangements Types
Basket of Flowers: This can be either with or without an actual handle; it is just a variety of flowers that is sent to either the funeral home or home of the deceased.
pray/Wreath: The circular floral arrangement which is usually seen in funerals is known as wreath. A funeral wreath is a ring made out of flowers including roses and carnations. It is commonly considered that the wreath’s ring shape represents endless life, a fitting wish for the departed. These are filled with flowers of all kinds of colors and types, also based on the deceased favorite. These are used at the visitation, service and also at the grave site. They usually are put on a tripod stand and displayed after the service is over, in a home.
Another usually seen funeral floral arrangement is the floral stand. The flowers that make up a floral stand can only be seen from one side. A floral stand’s height may vary as to how many tiers are put in.
Inside Piece: This is a little piece of flowers that is placed inside the casket. Types of these are nosegays, satin crosses, pillows, hearts and hinge sprays. These are generally sent by the youngest family members.
Funeral Flowers Arrangements Tips
If sending flowers as a group, ensure it is the right one and the proper size. Group flower arrangements normally tend to be bigger. The reason is , it can symbolize sympathy from several different people. It’s also wise to be sure to add the contact information on the card. Families can see this because this way they know who to send acknowledgments to later on. You should also include a card. Be sure it is big enough for everybody to sign. This way the family knows who the flowers all came from.