peach & mixed peach

Peach flowers may be a lovely selection to represent your loved one, as the soothing and calming hue can offer some peace and closure to those who attend the funeral. Peach blossoms like roses, tulips, carnations and gerberas are soft and neutral enough to be paired with a variety of other colors, while they are also nice enough to stand out on their own. reports peach blossoms represent gratitude and appreciation for good friends and family, making it a suitable choice to help remember your relative.

Peach Funeral Flowers

Having to say goodbye to a loved one is never easy, and the pain may be even more pronounced as you discuss memories and go through old photos looking for items to display at the memorial service. Although this painful time can be made easier with the help of other relatives and close friends who are there to help you grieve, knowing what flowers a loved one enjoyed may make the task a bit easier as well. This way, you'll be able to select the right funeral arrangement bouquets to be displayed at his or her memorial service without having to go back and forth over different hues on top of planning everything else.

Peach flowers offer peace at memorial services

One aspect of planning you'll still need to go over is what type of bouquets you want at the memorial service. Blossoms can be shaped into casket sprays, funeral easel standing sprays, wreaths or even into forms that can border a selected photo of your loved one you want displayed during the service. If your family member had a big heart, a peach funeral standing spray in the shape of a heart may represent this trait, however if a loved one was religious, a standing spray in the shape of a cross may be better.
featured arrangements
  • This Majic Moment
  • Rose Remembrance
  • Sweet Remembrance Spray
  • Summer's Light Bouquet
peach & mixed peach arrangements
  • Loving Grace
  • Heavenly Grace Spray
  • Graceful Wreath
  • Steal The Show
for the casket
  • With Affection Nosegay
  • Warmest Remembrance Casket

If you choose to send flowers to the funeral you may want to consider the departed's religious or cultural funeral traditions, or the symbolic meaning of traditional funeral flowers. If you are not sure of the style and size of arrangement that is appropriate to send to a funeral, our funeral service etiquette guide is a good place to start.

If you choose to send flowers to the family home our Sympathy Flowers Etiquette guide will give you answers to frequently asked questions. Our Comforting Card Messages offers suitable wording on the sympathy card.

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