Funeral Flowers and Their Meanings- my aunt is having a Funeral Planning Party 0.0

Need help deciding on which types of flowers to include in your funeral flower arrangement? Check out this list of some of the most popular funeral flowers and their meanings.

love the rhythm if the calla stems :)

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Baby's breath and rose open heart...... but with wild flowers please!

This baby's breath and rose open heart wreath is the perfect arrangement for a mother or sister's funeral or memorial service.

Cream rose and blue thistle sheaf funeral tribute - an elegant combination for a Scottish gentleman

Cream rose and blue thistle sheaf funeral tribute - an elegant combination for a Scottish gentleman

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This modern open heart standing arrangement of fresh green and white flowers is designed to help your express all the devotion and sympathy you want to convey at this difficult time.

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Wild Goodbye.

Circular wreath as an alternative to the posy shape - this uses only relatively small flowers so gives a different look to adding flowers with larger heads

All yellow funeral heart with sunflowers and yellow roses

You can use black or grey in a flower arrangement for funerals. In this arrangement they used black and yellow to compliment each other and it made the yellow stand out more.

I got roses from my Grandma’s Funeral and dried peddles before I put them in the glass ornament.  Nice little keepsake.  ENJOY!

If you have funeral roses as a keepsake you can put them in the glass ornament. Nice little keepsake.

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