white & green

As clean and pristine as a fresh winter snowstorm, white blossoms symbolize innocence and purity of love, and create a classic presentation that is pure elegance in its simplicity. All-white funeral flowers will help to create an atmosphere of perfect serenity.

White Funeral Flowers

Losing a relative is one of the hardest things you may have to go through in your life. Although you may want time to let the news sink in and be among family, unfortunately this time of mourning gets more hectic as you'll need to think about making arrangements for the memorial service or funeral. Everything from what your lost loved one will be wearing to the type of casket that will suit them best will need to be discussed among your siblings and close relatives. One aspect of planning that should be easy to figure out is the floral arrangements for the funeral home.

White funeral flowers offer peace

Selecting flowers to place by your relative's casket and to surround him or her with during the memorial service or funeral may seem overwhelming. You'll want the room to represent the type of person your family member was and many times this is portrayed by the flowers in the space. If you're worried about picking the correct or appropriate choices, a great hue to consider is white. Not only does white symbolize purity and a new beginning, but it can also have a calming and peaceful quality as well. White flowers like roses, lilies and more are always timeless and classy and can be made a bit more chic with the addition of soft pink, purple or orange blossoms surrounding them. Using fresh greenery with white funeral bouquets is also a lovely touch for a deceased male.

The neutral shade will not only help to brighten up a somber time, but the blooms can be made into a variety of traditional funeral arrangements. Flowers can be created into casket sprays that gently cover a closed casket or into wreaths or funeral easel standing sprays to fill the space with life and beauty.
featured arrangements
  • Divine Peace Bouquet
  • Serenity Wreath
  • Serene Reflections Bouquet
  • Garden of Serenity Bouquet
white & green arrangements
  • Peaceful White Lilies Basket
  • Sentiments of Serenity Spray
  • Garden Wreath
  • Sacred Cross Bouquet
  • Stately Lilies
  • Written in the Stars
  • Garden Cross
  • Gift of Grace Bouquet
for the casket
  • Purity and Peace Casket
  • Bountiful Memories Casket Spray
  • Moonlit Walk
  • Enduring Light Casket
  • Pure Faith Pillow

If you choose to send flowers to the funeral you may want to consider the departed's religious or cultural funeral traditions, or the symbolic meaning of traditional funeral flowers. If you are not sure of the style and size of arrangement that is appropriate to send to a funeral, our funeral service etiquette guide is a good place to start.

If you choose to send flowers to the family home our Sympathy Flowers Etiquette guide will give you answers to frequently asked questions. Our Comforting Card Messages offers suitable wording on the sympathy card.

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