What Type of Flowers Should I Send?

Published: June 23, 2020

Sometimes it can be overwhelming to figure out just the right thing to send someone to let them know you care. Sympathy flowers or plants are a popular way to send condolences to a friend or loved one when they are grieving. Flowers bring comfort and help us express our feelings of sympathy. They add beauty, elegance and warmth to a somber occasion.

There are many types of sympathy arrangements. 

1. Standing Spray - Sprays are displayed in a prominent position near the casket on an easel.

2. Wreath - Floral display on an easel in a prominent position near the casket.

3. Casket Spray - This flower arrangement is designed for the top of the casket. This type of arrangement is typically ordered by the immediate family.

4. Floor Bouquet - A flower arrangement in large vase or pots placed on the floor near the casket.

5. Sympathy Flowers - A flower arrangement in a vase or basket can delivered to the homes of the grieving or to the funeral home to display at the service.

6. Plants - plants can presented in a decorative vase or pot and displayed around the casket at the funeral home.

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