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Although losing a loved one is one of life’s toughest experiences, we must acknowledge that death is part of everyone’s journey, and each of us will face it with our dear ones. Therefore, in such times, as a friend or a family member of the grieving individual, you want to properly fulfill your role in expressing condolences during these sorrowful moments. Sending condolence flowers or funeral flowers in the form of flower arrangements, flower bouquets, etc., has been one of the most common ways to show sympathy. In difficult circumstances where words fail to express emotions adequately, sending condolence flowers will be a very suitable alternative.

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What flower is appropriate for funeral?

The choice of funeral flowers can convey specific emotions for empathy. With thoughtful and careful selection, we can honor the memory of the deceased and offer solace to the bereaved.

  • Lilies: Lilies are one of the best choices for funeral flowers, symbolizing innocence and purity for the departed.
  • Gladiolus: Gladiolus, with a wide range of colors including white, pink, red, purple, yellow, orange, and green, is a suitable choice for classic condolence flowers in traditional mourning ceremonies.
  • Daisies: Daisies are widely used as sympathy flowers in a variety of colors including red, white, yellow, orange, and purple, symbolizing maidenhood, purity, chastity, and innocence for the departed souls.
  • Orchids: Orchids in pink and white colors traditionally symbolize sympathy. They evoke feelings of renewal and innocence, often expressing “I will always love you” when bidding farewell to the departed.
  • Anthurium: Anthurium flowers in red, pink, and white add splendor and beauty to the condolence flower basket.

What color flowers mean for funeral?

During funeral processions and memorial services, the color scheme of the flower crown or floral arrangements often holds significance. While white is commonly used to express sympathy and respect, other colors can be chosen based on personal preferences and cultural traditions. White is a traditional and commonly used color for mourning flower arrangements. It symbolizes purity, innocence, and respect for the deceased. White flowers like lilies or white hyacinths can be chosen to convey a sense of calmness and condolence. Similar to white lilies, white roses also symbolize reverence, humility, innocence, and youth and are often used as sympathy flowers and funeral arrangements. Soft colors like pale pink, light yellow, or muted green can be combined with white to create a gentle and soothing effect in funeral flower arrangements. Pink roses symbolize love, kindness, and appreciation and are usually given to the bereaved, while dark red roses symbolize sorrow and grief. Yellow roses symbolize friendship and are given by friends to show loyalty. Yellow tulips represent joy and white tulips represent forgiveness.

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