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January 12, 2023 4 min read

Last-Minute Flower Arrangements for Funerals To Show Condolence


Losing a loved one is never easy and there are no words that can truly express the pain and sadness that one feels in the aftermath of a tragedy. As a friend, family member, or someone who cares, one way to show support and offer comfort is to send beautiful floral arrangements to the funeral. Though words may not always be sufficient, the act of sending flowers can be a comforting gesture for the bereaved.

Funeral flowers, whether in the form of arrangements or wreaths, can provide a sense of solace and a distraction from the overwhelming grief. When someone has lost a loved one, they may not have the emotional capacity to order funeral flowers themselves; so, why not do it for them?

It can be hard to know where to begin or what kind of flowers to order when faced with a sudden death. But don't worry, this guide will help you with tips on ordering last-minute funeral flowers to comfort the bereaved.


Funeral Flower Types


There is no hard and fast rule about what kinds of flowers must be sent in a funeral arrangement, but there is a wide variety of options. As the old adage goes, "it's the thought that counts," so keep that in mind while selecting an arrangement. Remember that different flowers have different meanings, but they are all positive, so send the one that best expresses your emotions.

Some potential flower choices are as follows:




These flowers symbolize the rebirth of the soul and are often used to honor the deceased.




Red roses are often used to symbolize love and grief, while white roses symbolize innocence and remembrance.




These flowers have been used for centuries to represent mourning and grief. Pink carnations are often used to represent a mother's love, while red carnations are used to represent a father's love.




These flowers are often used in funeral arrangements and symbolise death and grief in many cultures.




These flowers are often used to symbolize strength of character and moral integrity, and are a popular choice for funerals.




Orchids are often associated with refinement and elegance, and are sometimes used in funeral arrangements to honor the memory of the deceased.




Iris are associated with faith and hope, and also a symbol of valor.




Daffodils are associated with new beginnings, which makes them a popular choice in funerals.


Medium Style & Grace                    Timeless Elegance                    Thinking Of You                        Large Style & Grace


Types of Funeral Flower Arrangements


Funeral flowers come in a wide variety of arrangements, adding to the worry of selection. There are many ways to express sympathy to the bereaved, each with its own unique significance and purpose. Considering your relationship to the deceased and the state of mourning, the improper arrangement may feel inappropriate during a funeral, although still being a gesture of goodwill.




A wreath is a circular arrangement of flowers that is often used to symbolize eternal life. Wreaths can be hung on a door, or a wall, or placed on an easel at the funeral service.




A spray is a large, elongated arrangement of flowers that is typically placed on top of a casket. Sprays can include a mix of different types of flowers and are often used to express a sense of loss and mourning.




A basket of flowers is a versatile option that can be used to create a number of different funeral flower arrangements. A basket of flowers can be used to create a traditional funeral spray, or can be used to create a more natural and rustic look.




A heart-shaped flower arrangement is often used to express love and respect for the deceased. This type of flower arrangement is usually placed on an easel or hung on a wall.


Standing Spray


This is a tall, large flower arrangement that is designed to stand on its own, typically on an easel. They are often used as a focal point at a funeral service or visitation.


Ideas for Funeral Flower Messages


The bereaved will undoubtedly appreciate your thoughtfulness even if you don't put any extra effort into the flowers you gift, but it's always nice to go the extra mile. Touching messages from someone they know can help lessen their pain and bring comfort during this difficult time. These are some other suggestions for things to provide with your condolences and funeral flowers besides a reassurance that everything will be all right.

  1. "With deepest sympathy, may these flowers bring comfort to your heart and soul during this difficult time."
  2. "In memory of a beloved [name], may these flowers bring peace and comfort to all who loved and knew them."
  3. "Our hearts are heavy with sorrow, but these flowers remind us of the beauty and love that [name] brought into our lives."
  4. "May these flowers be a symbol of our love and support during this time of loss."
  5. "As you say goodbye to [name], know that they will live on in our hearts and memories forever. These flowers are a small token of our love and sympathy."
  6. "We will miss [name] dearly and these flowers serve as a reminder of their beauty, kindness, and love.”
  7. "In honor of a life well-lived, these flowers are a small tribute to the memory of [name]."
  8. "May these flowers bring you comfort and memories of happier times with [name]."
  9. "Our hearts are with you during this difficult time. These flowers are a small symbol of our love and support."
  10. "May these flowers bring comfort to your heart and remind you that you are not alone in your grief."

It's important to note that the message or card should be simple and heartfelt. Keep in mind that the family of the deceased will be going through a difficult time, so try to keep the message as consoling and respectful as possible.