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Many people choose flowers that were a favourite of the person who has died, which can be another way of making the funeral more personal. There are many types of floral arrangements. If you’d like an idea of the kind of arrangements people tend to choose, we’ve put together a brochure that may help you decide what’s right for you.
Some people prefer to have flowers from the family only and choose an organisation for people to donate to instead of buying flowers. It is worth remembering that sending flowers can be a healing gesture for people who have lost someone close. It might be worth giving people the choice of sending flowers or donating money to a charity, or both.
We will collect the cards from the wreaths and bouquets and give them to you later if you want. We can also collect donations for you, and record who they are from.
Floral wreaths come in a full range of sizes from a tiny wreath of only 10 inches to the very large wreath measuring over 30 inches.
Hearts & Cushions
Several different sizes of cushion frames are available. The cushions can be edged with natural foliages, pleated or natural ribbon.
Sprays & Sheaves
These tributes are of cut flowers. This means that they can be placed on the grave or in the memorial garden.
A delicate pillow of white chrysanthemums, edged with pale grey foliage or pleated ribbons. Topped with a few open roses.
Flowers for a wonderful person. Floral names or letters are available.
A variety of unique floral tributes can be designed and created for you. For example, a nautical tribute for someone with close links to the sea. A variety of options are available in different sizes.