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Choosing Funeral Flowers

From a single long-stemmed flower in a glass bud vase to an elaborate standing wreath or casket spray, you can find flowers for funerals at all price levels. Expressing your love and moral support for grieving family members and friends by sending fresh flowers to the funeral home, residence or office is what really counts. We can deliver hand-crafted floral crosses for funerals which are a traditional symbol of faith. Whereas floral hearts express love and help bring comfort to the family whilst uplifting the somber atmosphere of the funeral.

 

Casket sprays are usually selected by the family members. Lid or full-couch casket sprays extend on the full length of the casket. Foot sprays or half-couch sprays only cover half of the casket. Casket sprays are not used during military funerals where the casket is draped with the Barbados flag because nothing should ever be placed on top of the flag, however they can still be placed at the graveside in memory. 

 

Honour the life of a friend or family member with a gift of beautiful flowers. Sending funeral plants or flowers to express your condolences after a death is a thoughtful and time-honored tradition. Many people send flowers to the funeral home to be displayed during visitation hours. It is also appropriate to send flowers or sympathy gift baskets to the family home any time after you learn of the death. 

Below is a collection of traditional memorial wreaths, floral sprays, and crosses which can be purchased:

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