Things to consider when choosing flowers for arrangements

It is always good to find out what the deceased favourite colour and favourite flower were, this way you can personalise your sympathy flower arrangement to be more meaningful. We also advise that you consider your relationship to the deceased, if you were close to the deceased the more floral arrangements are normally bigger than those who may be friends or colleagues.

Choosing the appropriate funeral flowers.

Letter Tributes and Crosses are normally reserved for close relatives. Funeral Coffin Spray and Heart arrangements are also usually chosen by close family members. Wreaths are very popular among family, friends and work colleagues. Posies, baskets and sheafs would normally be sent friends and colleagues

The meaning behind the funeral flowers that you send.

Lilies, Gladioli, Roses, Carnations, Orchids Chrysanthemums, all of these flowers carry their own unique meaning and emotion which we have gone into more detail on on the flowers and what the mean guide.

Next day funeral flower delivery

Our next day funeral flower service may be the ideal option for those who need an urgent delivery of their funeral flowers, the cut off time for this service is 3pm but over peak periods like Christmas, Valentines and Mothers Day this will change to 11am. Our next day funeral flowers are currently only available for Dublin customers.

Hand Delivered Funeral Flowers and Wreaths

Your Sympathy flowers or arrangements along with personal message expressing your sentiments for the deceased will professionally delivered by a member of our dedicated team

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do funeral flowers cost for an immediate family member?
This can vary depending on the ceremony and the requests of the deceased but on average floral funeral displays range from 50 Euro to 450 Euro for some of the more personalised displays
How much should I spend on funeral flowers for a friend, distant relative or work colleague?
Every funeral is different, so we suggest checking with the requests of the family first to make sure that flowers and not a donation are required. The most popular funeral flowers would be wreaths or a sheaf, with the average price for these coming in around 50 Euro
What types of flowers are appropriate for a funeral?
If you're looking for a flower that will represent a funeral, consider lilies or roses. These traditional flowers have a long history of being used for funerals and have a great look and a great smell. When it comes to selecting the right flowers for a funeral, it can be difficult to find the perfect arrangement. With all the color choices to choose from, it is important to select funeral flowers that align with the personality of the deceased. We have flowers for all personalities, so you can be assured that we will find the right one for you.
What's the most popular flower for a funeral?
Lilies are the most common flowers associated with funerals, and they're an elegant way to pay tribute. One of the most popular flowers for funerals, the lily has a rich history that is steeped in tradition. You can find them in an array of colors and designs to match any funeral, alluring yellow, calming cream, or simply elegant white. We are here to help you send the perfect flower arrangement to show your honour for the deceased.
What messages do you put on the funeral flowers?
Rest assured that whatever you write, you can be assured that it will be appreciated but here are a few ideas to get you going. Gone but never forgotten. You will be sorely missed. Our thoughts go out to you. In loving memory. Rest in peace. Always in my heart. Treasured memories. Forever in our thoughts.
What are the flowers called that go on top of a coffin?
Sprays are the common flower arrangement that go on top of the coffin, these can also be called casket blanket, casket scarf or casket flowers. We are delighted to be able to provide you with the most comprehensive selection of Funeral Sprays available in Ireland, we also offer a personalised service if you do not see one that matches your requirements.
What is the best way to address a card accompanying the flowers that has to go to a Funeral Home?
The card envelope should be addressed to the family of the deceased. For example 'The O’Connor Family'. By doing it this way, you are not excluding any family members from your gift of funeral flowers. The card should then have your personalised message on it and your name or family name at the bottom of the card
How much do sprays for coffins cost?
These elegant arrangements are a great way for families to show their respect for the deceased. The cost will depend on the arrangement and flower choice with our prices starting at 40 Euro ranking to 450 Euro for larger more elaborate sprays, we have separated these out on our website and the bigger sprays come under the Coffin Tributes tab of our website.

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