A vast selection of Casket Sprays and Funeral Flowers are available to express your sympathy. Casket Sprays are available in two varieties. The full spray sits atop the length of the casket, while the foot spray covers about half the casket. Usually those arranging the service will be ordering the Casket Spray. Red and white carnations, roses, snapdragons, orchids, lilies and asters are just a few types of flowers commonly used in Casket Sprays. Send funeral flowers in California. Send funeral flowers in Florida. Send funeral flowers in Illinois. Send funeral flowers in New York. Send funeral flowers in Texas. Send funeral flowers in Virginia. We are available to create and deliver a funeral arrangement promptly and with care to any cemetery, funeral service, home, or office. Let funeralflowersfuneral.com and goflorist.com take care of all of your floral needs during this difficult time.
Whether sending funeral flowers locally or nationally, allow funeralfowersfuneral.com and goflorist.com help you in selecting the most appropriate arrangement to express your condolences. Order funeral flowers online, or speak with someone directly 24 hours a day. As an online florist we offer a beautiful selection of funeral arrangements. Let us assist you in choosing the perfect funeral arrangement to suit your needs, be it a funeral spray, funeral wreath, funeral basket, funeral bouquet, funeral plant, funeral heart, or funeral cross. Choosing a funeral floral tribute can seem overwhelming, that’s why we are here to help. The most common types of flowers used in a funeral flower arrangement include chrysanthemums, carnations, roses, irises, gladiolus, and calla lilies. Traditionally, funeral flowers and their color have come to symbolize different meanings. Chrysanthemums are often thought to symbolize truth, reverence, and friendship; white flowers in particular are often used in arrangements for the service as the color is also representative of purity and peace. Long lasting carnations are often a popular choice in expressing one’s condolences. Variations of red, white, and pink carnations are often chosen for their symbolic meaning; red often symbolizing admiration for the departed, pink as a sign of remembrance, and white signifying pure love and innocence. Funeral floral creations sometimes consist of a combination of the three colors. Red roses are one of the most traditional funeral flower choices for the symbolism of love, respect, and courage. Pink and white roses are used often as well; pink chosen for its representation of love and grace, and white for its message of reverence, humility and innocence. Often times an Iris, in an uplifting shade of blue, is chosen to signify hope. The Iris is frequently combined with other flowers to create a beautiful bouquet or arrangement. The gladiolus, often used in a spray, is chosen for its embodiment of sincerity, strength, and integrity. White lilies and Calla lilies are extremely popular and recognized for their elegance among funeral flowers. Simply elegant, the lily signifies purity and majestic beauty.