Selecting flower arrangements for deceased family member's memorial service or funeral can be difficult, especially if the passed was not fond of any specific blossoms. A great hue to consider using in an instance like this is blush. This hue is not only peaceful and easy on the eyes, but it can inspire feelings of purity and tranquility, helping friends and family coming to pay their respects find comfort during a somber occasion.
Blush-colored funeral flowers
Losing a close family member, whether suddenly or after a long battle with a condition like cancer or Alzheimer's, is never easy. Although the time after a loved one's passing should be reserved for mourning and retelling stories about the person, unfortunately much of the time directly after a passing needs to be dedicated to making funeral and memorial arrangements. However, knowing certain aspects of your loved one's style may make decision-making that much easier.
Blush flowers offer tranquility at memorial services
Blush flower bouquets are slightly lighter than pink and slightly darker than white, making them suitable for both a female or male deceased loved one's memorial service. Plus the hue can be mixed in with greenery for a more masculine feel or with purple or pink blossoms to make the blush tones more girlie.
Once you've settled on blush, you'll need to decide what type of arrangements would best represent your lost family member. Funeral easel standing sprays can be designed into shapes like a heart or a cross, or can be made as just a beautiful bouquet. Casket sprays that lay on top of a closed casket are another beautiful option and offer a sense of life amidst the tragedy.