Tropical and exotic blooms can offer a touch of elegance and power in an arrangement and although this may not seem like a common description for a funeral, for some it's the best way to remember a lost loved one. If your recently deceased family member lived in Hawaii or traveled a lot for work or pleasure or simply enjoyed having fun and relishing every moment, it may not be suiting to honor them will common pink, blush or white flowers.

Tropical Funeral Flowers

Coming to terms with the passing of a loved one can be extremely difficult. However, getting together with friends and family to reminisce about the relative may help make the hard times ahead a bit easier. People who have lived full lives or had vibrant personalities have a lot to be remembered for and because of it, you may want to represent them at their funerals or memorial services with bold tropical flower arrangements.

Tropical funeral flowers add memory of life to services

Instead, keep their memory and spirit alive at the service with exotic flowers like orchids, lilies or arching fuchsia ginger. These types of flowers all make a statement and may even encourage people coming to pay their respects to start talking about the fond memories they have of your loved one, rather than get wrapped up in the sadness of the occasion. Even though you may choose nontraditional blossoms for the service, you may still want standard arrangements - ranging from casket sprays and funeral wreaths to funeral easel standing sprays. In most instances, the tropical funeral flowers you desire for your loved one can be made into various wreath shapes or sprays, meshing the styles into one and leaving you with one less stress during planning.
featured arrangements
  • Splendid Orchids
  • Tropical Tribute Spray
  • Heartwarming Thoughts Boston Fern
  • River Cane Cross
tropical arrangements
  • Emerald Garden Basket
  • Exotic Grace
  • Sunny Memories
  • Quiet Expressions
  • Tropical Bliss
  • Lily Sunshine
  • Garden Cross
  • Sentimental Dreams
for the casket
  • Island Memories Casket Spray
  • Sunset Wreath

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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