HISTORY AND MEANING BEHIND THE MOST POPULAR FUNERAL FLOWERS

Posted on December 30th, 2015
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FUNERAL FLOWER SERIES PART 1: HISTORY AND MEANING BEHIND THE MOST POPULAR FUNERAL FLOWERS For years, people have sent flowers to funerals in order to provide much needed love and support to families grieving the loss of a loved one. But did you know there is actually a long history behind this tradition? Furthermore, were you aware that […]

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WHAT TO DO WITH SYMPATHY FLOWERS AFTER A FUNERAL

Posted on December 30th, 2015
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FUNERAL FLOWER SERIES PART 2: WHAT TO DO WITH SYMPATHY FLOWERS AFTER A FUNERAL Sending sympathy flowers to those that are grieving is a symbolic and meaningful gesture, one deeply-rooted in history that has become a core tradition in modern culture, (read part one of our Funeral Flower series for more information on the history […]

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In Lieu of Memorials, Please Send Flowers

Posted on October 14th, 2015
Posted by Cameron Naugle under Funeral Etiquette, Funeral Flowers, Funeral Planning, Sympathy
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https://flickr.com/photos/psag/279220369/ A director I used to work with always said ‘flowers are the bain of the funeral director’s existence’. Indeed, we spend a lot of our time arranging flowers at the chapel for visitation, then moving them to church for the service, then, taking some to the grave, some to the home, some to this […]

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Flowers That Communicate

Posted on September 18th, 2015
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February 18, 2014  By amyacunningham I must share this photograph of a casket spray originally published on the British Good Funeral Guide website. The deceased woman being buried loved to knit, so the clever floral designer worked balls of yarn and knitting needles into the colorful arrangement. Lesson learned: It’s okay to offer ideas to florists, […]

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