It is not always easy to learn of someone you know who has recently lost a loved one. Let alone what to say to the person. Sending flowers is an expression of thoughtfulness that brings both comfort and beauty to a sad occasion. Flowers are typically delivered to the funeral parlour home to be displayed during services and at the wake.
Flowers for condolences are not meant to take away the pain from a grieving family. However, this gesture is a good way to let other family members and friends know that they are not alone in their grief; that they have got someone by their side. It is an honorable gesture, a gesture of comfort and kindness, and one of respect. The act of sending condolence flower shows those grieving how the life of the deceased touched the life of the one sending the flowers.
There is no one best sympathy flowers to give. Many people have their preferences and their favorites. We created this simple yet elegant condolence floral stand layered with white ribbons. Soothing tall condolence flower stand of chrysanthemum & poms speaks of comfort to the bereaved family when words seems too difficult to express. This arrangement is designed with an extended height using towering pandana leaves. Cream white ribbons specially decorated on top of an elegant khaki green box.