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 has 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.
There are many types of arrangements to choose from when sending flowers to a memorial service. The casket flowers – both the spray and decorative floral pillows or arrangements – are the responsibility of the immediate family (spouse, siblings, or children). They will also be the ones to choose any funeral service flowers or urn arrangements if applicable.
The standing sprays at the memorial service are often sent by friends and colleagues, as well as extended family members. These arrangements, which can also include wreaths or crosses, may match the family’s funeral flowers if the same florist is used. You can also choose to create a design that will represent something more personal, such as a favorite sports team, or a cherished pastime or hobby.
The Sweet Farewell standing display, shown above, includes pink gladioli, roses, and stargazer lilies, and is a popular choice for a traditional memorial service. These types of formal arrangements are generally not considered to be appropriate to send to the family.
This Yellow Stateroom Design, featured below, is appropriate for either the funeral home or to send to the family’s private residence. If sent directly to the memorial service, it can be easily transported to their residence once services are completed.
Choosing to send flowers for a memorial service is a kind and caring way to extend your condolences to grieving loved ones. We invite you to speak with Gordon Boswell Flowers to determine the right flowers to send or to create a custom arrangement that expresses a personal sentiment. We will deliver to all Fort Worth area funeral homes, with professional and compassionate service.