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A heartfelt arrangement put together with a subtle color combination, to cater the ambiance of a funeral. Paying an homage to a colourful soul as it takes its place in the circle of life.
Made with pink and lavender pom-poms, sparsely fitted with honey bracelet to give it a charming look.
This arrangement truly captures the very essence of grace and grandeur. A daisy pom-pom bouquet, adorned with caspia, honey bracelet, and ivy that twirl down the black pedestal.
Some emotions are just too poignant to be belittled to words. This bouquet translates your deepest emotions in just a glance and emanate the purity in such trying times.
Like a treasured trove of memories, this bounty of purple brassica, chrysanthemum, light purple mathiola, white orchids, and purple orchids on a white lace box opens up with gentle comfort to soothe sorrow.
Dedicate the full and abundant life of your loved one with this profusion of yellow lilies, green orchids with yellow chrysanthemum and orange poms surrounded by cascading ivy leaves and palm leaves.
A beautiful and heart touching arrangement, exuding love and respect with its lovely combination. Purple pompadour, white roses, yellow mini poms and green orchids all capturing the beauty of the departed soul.
Set on a pearl white pedestal, with a black swirling ribbon, snaking down the silhouette.
A calming bouquet put together with an alluring color combination that reiterates positivity. Yellow gerberas, with white pom-poms, yellow phoenix and purple sweet Williams.
These vibrant yellow phoenixes emanate a positive vibe and capture the element of rejuvenation of the soul, just as the phoenix rises from its ashes.
Condolence wreaths are circular flower arrangements that represent eternal life. Flowers have always been a way of expressing emotions, whether happy or sad. Sending funeral flowers is a heartfelt way of expressing sympathy and delivering some comfort to a grieving loved one. Arranging and placing flowers around the deceased is and has been one of the oldest forms of mourning.
Flowers have a spiritual significance and have always been used to symbolize the life cycle from birth through death. They represent not only love and sympathy, but also eternity and immortality. A human’s life is expressed by a flower’s fragility, where proper conditions are necessary for them to grow and blossom.
Funeral flowers create a softness, where their beauty helps balance the heaviness and sadness of death, helping us accept the loss of a loved one. Different flowers have different meanings. White lilies invoke feelings of peace and tranquility, and White carnations symbolize untainted love and innocence, Orchids promote the feelings of renewal and purity.
A condolence wreath is a great way to show support and soothe your loved ones who are suffering in the time of sorrow. Use that power of flowers and be there for your loved ones by showing them how you feel.