Flowers sent with sympathy or condolences have a special type of meaning and they contribute to make the recipients strong because it has an inherent meaning that you are with them in any situation. Apart from the arrangement, the ribbon etc., the words that you sent along with the flowers is highly valuable. Condolence Flowers Delivery in Singapore is made on same day by us at Singapore Florist.
There are several questions that often come to mind when one begins to think of sending condolences flowers for a simple reason that such situations are not expected and mostly the person ordering the flowers are also in situation of grief.
Following are some commonly seen concerns in our experience at one of the oldest Florist in Singapore, since 1987!
- Is there a proper thing to do? i.e. etiquette to follow
- When should I send them?
- What kind of flowers do you send?
- What’s the best way to send condolences flowers?
- How can I send something nice on a budget?
There are a few flowers and arrangements that are more classically used in sympathy, funeral, and condolences flowers such as roses, lilies, gladioli, chrysanthemums, carnations, etc. Most often these are arranged in wreaths, sprays, casket sprays, or an inside the casket piece.
At Singapore Florist, we have pre-designed several Condolence / Funeral Flowers, Funeral Flowers Stand, Sympathy Flowers etc., you can make a quick choice. Observe the below few products and click on any of the product to go to the full list.
When to send the flowers depends on your intent. If you want the flowers to be at the funeral or wake as an expression of sympathy, love for the deceased, or as an expression of love for the family then you should send them the day before or day of the funeral. You may want to know that Singapore Florist offers a Say Day Flower Delivery service in Singapore.
If you want to send flowers or a live plant in Singapore to the home of the person who lost a loved one, then you can send the flowers any time after the funeral or the day of.
Just remember that timing, etiquette, and type are not nearly as important as the caring behind the expression.