Sympathy flowers come in many different forms. When someone you know and care about has experienced the loss of a loved one, you can show your love and support in many ways. Offering to do some household errands, for example, can be very helpful during a time of grief. Taking care of the children for a while will certainly be appreciated by anyone who has experienced a loss. Even walking the dog or feeding the cat will be seen as a loving gesture during this time of need. Often, friends and relatives group together to prepare home-cooked meals because cooking is maybe the last thing on the minds of the bereaved. Even grocery shopping can be difficult when one has experienced a loss, so any help you offer will surely be appreciated.
But sometimes, when loss is felt by our friends and family members, we cannot be there with them. Distance and obligations sometimes keep us away when the funeral service is taking place. If this is the case, you can still show how much you care by sending sympathy flowers from FlowersByPost.org.uk. Even if you are nearby, sending sympathy flowers is a gesture that we can make to help us feel a little bit better and offer our love and support for the grieving family. But how to know what to choose when it comes to sympathy flowers? There are a number of options, and it is difficult to know what is right and appropriate. Not to worry. Our florists are standing by ready to answer any questions you may have about sympathy flowers, what to send and how to send them.
Start by browsing our website to see what your options are. You can choose a casket spray, a standing wreath, a potted plant or a bouquet in a lovely vase. You can select a gift basket, as well, of things that will make the grieving process a little bit easier. Most often, sympathy flowers are in light or white hues, made up of different kinds of blossoms. White lilies are perhaps the most traditional, but you can also choose white roses, white tulips, even white daffodils to show that you are sharing in the family’s grief. But white is not mandatory – there are many sympathy arrangements that include a few accent blossoms of a different colour or vases that provide a bit of colour to the arrangement as well.
With us you can choose the arrangement you like, the container you like and the price that makes sense for you. We offer sympathy flowers in a wide range of price points, so that anyone can feel comfortable choosing to have a gift delivered to the family or the family church. Wreaths are a popular choice for sympathy flowers, as they come with a bit more variation than sympathy bouquets. Wreaths can be in many different shapes and can be made up of many different types of blossoms. They are not always light in colour, either. Sympathy wreaths can be in the form of a heart or a cross and can come in practically any colour and combination of colours. Yellow daisies and white lilies can be combined with pink roses. Carnations of any hue can be fitted into a wreath or a spray.
Bouquets are perhaps the most difficult to choose. They are often based on white flowers, such as lilies, but can include any blossom. You can choose to send a bouquet in a basket, a porcelain vase, a glass bowl or any other vessel that we offer. There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to sympathy flowers and more and more people are choosing to add a little colour to their bouquets as a celebration of the life that the loved one lived. Whatever you choose when it comes to sympathy flowers, make sure it comes from the heart. That’s easy to do with flowers from our company. Our sympathy flowers will always be delivered on time and to the right location. And while this may not be a time when you are concerned about price, we still offer the best prices around, to make it possible for more people to express sympathy. You will find our range of sympathy flowers offers the all the choices you need to show the grieving family just how you feel.
Sympathy flowers often come in large packages. This is to show an outpouring of love and the expanse of emotions that we feel during a time of loss. They often include many different types of blossoms, but they all have a few things in common – peace, love and serenity or calmness. At a time of loss, the family may be experiencing a great deal of turbulence and upheaval. Choose a sympathy arrangement that expresses love and serenity, one that is soothing for the recipient. A peace lily in a large basket or pot is a common choice, as the simplicity of the blossoms and the peacefulness of the colours are perfect for showing sympathy. But there are so many other options, you shouldn’t feel constrained to just white flowers or a certain type of arrangement.
FlowersByPost.org.uk offers two convenient ways to order sympathy flowers. You can place an order online at any time of day or night, at your convenience and pay with a credit card through our secure site. But if you are having some difficulty deciding what will make the perfect gift during this difficult time, our expert florists are standing by to answer any questions you may have about sympathy flowers. They can even help you create the perfect tribute to your friend or loved one with his or her life in mind. All you need to do is pick up the phone and tell us a little bit about the dearly departed and we can help you choose the right way to show your sympathy for the family’s loss.
I would recommend Flowers By Post over any other florist in London.
You'd never know the flowers were a same day delivery order. Brilliant florists!
This was my first time ordering sympathy flowers online instead of using a regular florist. Very easy, pretty cheap, and still nice flowers.
I am never disappointed with this florist. They produced a beautiful sympathy bouquet.