Mixed Bouquets and Arrangements
When someone you know passes away, all you want to do is comfort those closest to the person who died. There are many things that people do in order to show their condolences, but sending flowers and bouquets is the most popular thing to do. Flower arrangements can brighten up a funeral home or church and show those who are in mourning how loved the person who died really was during his lifetime. Plus, a mixed flower bouquet is also something the family members can take home with them to enjoy as they continue the mourning process after the funeral.
There are many different types of popular funeral flower arrangement options. Many include a lot of greenery while others use large assortments of flowers. There are even some that are mounted on easels and features items like crosses or phrases. While most funeral flower arrangement options are made from fresh flowers, some are also made from fake flowers so the family can keep them for a longer amount of time.
When you are trying to build a funeral flower arrangement, think about the significance of the flowers and the colors as well as how it all coordinates together. If you are able to visit a flower shop, you might be able to look at a book to get ideas. Otherwise, you can always go online and choose some styles and arrangements If you are sending the arrangement somewhere really far away, ask about the international mixed bouquets that might be options you could even order online.
In order to start your flower arrangement, you need to think about how large it will be and what type of flower you want to use. Many people use roses to signify love, but if you are not close enough to the person who died to use that type of flower, you can also use yellow for friendship, white for purity, or even pink. There are plenty of other unique flower arrangement options and types on the market as well.
You will likely not want to simply send a bunch of flowers in a vase, however, as you would for other occasions. A funeral flower arrangement generally has a lot of green in it as well to signify that life is going to have to go on without the person who passed away. The majority of your arrangement will be green with the color accents of your flower of choice thrown into the mix. You might want to choose two different types or colors of flowers, even, to tie the bouquet together Funeral flower arrangement options also generally feature some type of bow towards the bottom Some of them have phrases or even the person's name on them.
Think about what the person meant to you or what you want to convey to the family that is in mourning and build a funeral flower arrangement that will mean as much as possible to all involved.
Written by: Betty Miller
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