Gordon Boswell

Gordon Boswell

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Honor and Remember

For the families of fallen military veterans, the holidays can often be a trying time. Remembering those who are no longer with us while participating in festive holiday activities can difficult. If this is true of your family, consider participating in Wreaths Across America, a wreath-laying ceremony started at Arlington National Cemetery and now promoted across the country. Placing a beautiful holiday wreath on your loved one's grave site can be a healing and meaningful act that becomes a family tradition. The floral artisans at Gordon Boswell Flowers are eager to share our collection of beautiful holiday wreaths to help you honor and remember your beloved. Read More about Honor and Remember »
Posted by gordonboswell on December 10, 2018 Christmas Holidays sympathy

The Flowers That Speak For Us

Often, flowers can communicate all the love, sadness, comfort and encouragement we want to say when we don’t have the words. At a time of mourning, flowers can be a great comfort to a grieving family. Remembering a loved one by surrounding ourselves with beautiful arrangements that speak to their sweetness and light is a way to encourage sad hearts and show care for those in sorrow. Gordon Boswell designs sentimental pieces that will help you show reverence during the loss of a loved one. Read More about The Flowers That Speak For Us »
Posted by gordonboswell on August 31, 2018 Flowers sympathy

Traditional Flowers for the Memorial Service

Sending flowers to a memorial service is a thoughtful way to lend comfort to grieving friends or loved ones. The team at Gordon Boswell Flowers have been providing beautiful florals to the Fort Worth community for decades, and we are here to help you during this difficult time. Whether looking for traditional arrangements or custom designs. you can trust us to handle all the details. Read More about Traditional Flowers for the Memorial Service »
Posted by gordonboswell on July 28, 2017 sympathy