For many, it’s a tradition. For some, it’s their way of expressing their feelings of sympathy with the loss of someone they love. Sympathy flowers can help you extend your message of condolences and respect to a bereaved family. Some flowers even have symbolic meanings. Times like these are usually unplanned, so it’s ideal to have a reliable go-to florist that you can call on anytime for sympathy flowers delivery.
If it’s your first time to send sympathy flowers to a friend or loved one, you might have some questions lingering in your mind. Here are some points to consider and information that would be good to know:
Consider when to send the sympathy flowers. Sympathy flowers delivery is most commonly sent the moment you learn about someone’s death. However, it is still acceptable to send flowers a week or two after the funeral to express your sympathy. They will be appreciated and remembered either way.
Choose the flowers you send carefully. It is best to stay away from very bright and cheerful colors. Popular sympathy flowers include white and pastel colors of lilies, roses, gladioli, orchids, carnation, and others.
Sympathy flowers are ideally sent to the bereaved family’s home. More often than not, funeral flowers are chosen by the loved ones, and while there’s no rule that stops you from sending flowers to the funeral, it would most likely be more appreciated in the family’s home. When you do this, it would be best to send the flowers after the funeral as a way for you to comfort and brighten the day of the grieving family.
Include a personalized note. At this time, the family is probably reconnecting with relatives and friends so it’s best to include your full name with your note so they know who sent the flowers. Make your message of condolences short as well.
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