Casket and Coffin arrangements from Your Flower Story. Anyone can send flowers to a funeral; this is seen as a thoughtful gesture.
If there is only one floral tribute at a funeral, this is usually a coffin spray arranged by the immediate family and a tied floral arrangement to be placed on the closed casket.
Close family members or the person arranging the funeral will usually arrange for this. Sometimes, individual family members like to arrange for their own flowers, too. These may include a wreath from a spouse and flowers from children and family-within-family groups, too.
Our considerate florists work with families to create floral tributes of all shapes and sizes. We create such arrangements from spelling names out (Nan is a popular funeral flower tribute from grandchildren), or floral tributes that symbolise something that was close to the person’s heart, like a football club logo, a butterfly or a heart.
Our talented team is kind, friendly and patient and happy to work with you to decide what floral arrangement you would like them to create, or if you are unsure, they will be happy to advise and make suggestions. We work with a number of funeral homes and can send your floral arrangements straight to the funeral home or crematorium.