Sending Flowers to the Bereaved

By: Myles O'Riordan
Monday, July 19, 2021

Most people send condolence flowers to families that have lost a loved one and including a letter is part of it. This is a good way to show your support and empathy in their time of grief. Flowers of different kinds can help to calm and comfort people.

Wagg Funeral Home experts know that when there are flowers at a funeral service, it changes the entire ambiance and feel of the space.

Things To Consider While Sending Flowers

When you are sending condolence flowers, it’s different from other occasions. It also means you need to keep various things in view while doing so. Let’s take a look at what they are:

  • Send seasonal fresh flowers. You can ask the florist for input, as they are knowledgeable and will tell you which flowers you can send.
     
  • Since flowers do not last for a long time, you can consider sending a flowering plant instead. The plant will enliven their home and the blooms will add color to space. Some popular potted flowers are orchids, white azaleas, and gardenias. Include a booklet with the plant, to tell them how they can care for it.
     
  • It’s essential to note that different flowers send a different message, which makes choosing the right varieties crucial. As mentioned earlier, discuss your requirement with the florist and they will make sure that the flowers they recommend are suitable for the occasion. You can also create a bouquet with different types of flowers.

We offer a host of funeral services and our team is here to help in every way possible when you are planning a funeral service. For any more information, please call Wagg Funeral Home today and we'll be happy to help. We also provide various flower arrangements for funerals and our staff is knowledgeable in this respect.

Leave a comment
Name*:
Email:
Comment*:
Please enter the numbers and letters you see in the image. Note that the case of the letters entered matters.

Comments

Please wait

Previous Posts

Can I Scatter Cremated Remains In A Public Place

After the cremation of a loved one, many Canadians follow the practice of scattering the ashes which you can disperse in several locations. To avoid violating local laws and regulations, however, t...

Are All Caskets The Same Size?

Several customers at Wagg Funeral Home inquire about the size of the caskets and wonder whether they are all the same size. That is not the case. A standard-sized one will usually serve if you need...

5 Advantages Of Urn Vaults

If a loved one has passed away and you are considering cremation, you will be given the person's ashes following the process. The cremains would need to be stored in a container—most often urns are...

Does A Funeral Service Have To Be Held In A Funeral Home Or Church?

There are two different events following a person's death: viewings and funerals. The body is presented before burial, and people can pay their respects to the deceased. Attendees can meet the dece...

Cremation vs. Burial Costs

While cremation has been around for centuries, not many people in North America opt for it. However, with many people preferring fewer complexes and demanding funeral arrangements, there seems to b...

Care Essentials While Grieving The Loss of a Loved One

When someone you care about passes, it can be tough to cope with the loss and the pain you experience. The way an individual grieves is a subjective experience. While you are trying to come to ter...

Can I Rent A Casket For A Ceremony Or Gathering Before Cremation?

As funeral prices continue to grow, some families may explore alternatives to save money. The expense of the coffin or casket is one of the most costly aspects of traditional funerals. Even if the ...

Ambiguous Grief and How to Deal With It

Human beings are capable of experiencing sadness in a variety of ways and for a variety of reasons. The most understandable form of grief is that produced by the loss of a loved one. Death is the e...

4 Unique Ways to Memorialize a Loved One

Saying goodbye for the final time may be difficult, and most families want to see loved ones go in style. There are several unique and creative methods to commemorate a loved one in a dignified man...

Breaking Down The Cost Of A Funeral Service

Funerals may be expensive, particularly if you want specific services. Many people are not sure of what expenses are involved while planning one. At Wagg Funeral Home, we've seen that con...