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Floral arrangements in soft pink and blue hues create a relaxed bedside feeling.
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|I have seen a lot of different styles of floral arrangements at funeral services lately. What is best? How do I order a "special" design?|
|Written by Jenny Stromann|
|Friday, 18 December 2009 14:17|
Highly personalized sympathy tributes that depict an aspect of a person's essence are a growing trend. If the deceased was a man who loved the outdoors, perhaps a tribute incorporating branches and natural materials would be ideal. If the deceased was an avid gardener, a tribute with a collection of garden flowers may be a perfect choice.
Be prepared to give the florist a few hints about the person you want to memorialize. If you prefer to send a design that is more a reflection of your style, be sure to communicate that to the florist.
Most flower shops will have photos of traditional sympathy styles for you to peruse.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 March 2011 14:45|