Flowers are an elegant and classic sympathy tribute. We work closely with our suppliers both British and overseas as well as local funeral directors to create something really special for your family member.
All designs are created to bespoke measures and we would be happy to discuss any requirements over the phone or via email if you wish. 07713 439497 / firstname.lastname@example.org
See some example of funeral designs here
How to guide:
Choosing funeral flowers
We can create all manner of designs for a sympathy tribute. Our most popular designs are the double-ended sprays which traditionally are placed on top of the casket. These are diamond-shaped display in mixed flowers and foliage and start from 3ft in size. Another popular design is the single-ended sprays which are teardrop shaped and tends to start in size from 2ft.
Both of these designs are traditionally ordered by the immediate family only. Other designs commonly ordered by immediate family would be heart displays and custom designs as well as floral lettering such as ‘M-U-M/D-A-D’. We can order bespoke lettering for first names and nicknames if requested.
Other relatives and close friends would be advised to order something slightly smaller such as a wreath, posy arrangement, cushion/pillow designs and a custom tribute honouring the personality of the deceased. If you would like to send flowers to a friend or colleague, we can advise you to send a slightly smaller design like a tied sheaf, wreath or posy arrangement.
Some families will order flowers just for the casket and request any other contributions to be made to certain charities. This is usually stated by the family direct in an announcement or funeral notice that will appear in local papers.
We are happy to receive payment via a bank transfer or we can send the invoice to the funeral directors so that you have one final bill including the flower designs. Just let us know.
We speak with the funeral directors direct and organise delivery of tributes with them so that you have peace of mind that it is all in hand.