Lemon-, butter- and gold-hued blossoms pay tribute to a generous spirit and represent renewal, comfort and friendship. If you were not particularly close with the person or you did not really know the relative who died, you may be having a hard time figuring out what type of condolence present you should send. Flowers are a suitable option for these occasions as they offer a touch of peace and tranquility during an extremely trying time.
Deciding what type or what color flowers to send can be another challenge. In cases like this, it may be a good idea to keep the hues simple and pure, such as colors ranging from cream and white to soft yellows. The latter may be an appropriate choice to show your respect while still having a more unique selection. Yellow flowers like roses, daisies, sunflowers or tulips can all be crafted into elegant and timeless bouquets that will look lovely with other collections sent to the house of the deceased. The slight pop of color may also help families remember to celebrate the life of their loved one.