purples & greens

Because purple flowers like hydrangeas or lilacs are found in nature, their presence at a loved one's funeral or memorial service may also help provide an organic feel to the space, showing life is everlasting. Purple flowers may also look best when surrounded by fresh greenery. Aside from offering peace and tranquility at the service, purple and green are also vibrant enough to showcase how great of a life your recently deceased family member had.

Purple & Green Funeral Flowers

Losing a loved one is never easy. Saying goodbye can be made even more difficult for close family members who must cope with the loss while planning memorial services meant to honor a lost loved one. This emotional time can be made slightly easier if the colors a person loved are known, as they can be used to decorate the memorial space in his or her honor.

Purple and green flowers offer comfort, peace at memorial services

Many females are fond of purple and the color is both vibrant and regal, which may be a great way to represent your recently deceased family member. Purple is well known as a color of power and luxury, while also representing qualities like good judgment and being spiritually fulfilled. The hue has also been found to offer peace of mind and because of this, it is often used in meditation rooms or other soothing sanctuaries. You can continue to provide purple and green's benefits with the bouquets of flower arrangements you select. Purple and green flowers can be made into decorative wreaths or casket sprays in the shapes of hearts, crosses or just bouquets with a tasteful and modern feel. Purple flowers can also be shaped around a large picture frame of your passed loved one, which can help keep him or her in everyone's spirits, in a way your relative would want to be remembered.
featured arrangements
  • A Full Life
  • Joyful Memory
  • Meadows of Memories
  • Cherished Memories
purple & green arrangements
  • Mosaic of Memories Square Easel
  • Splendid Orchids
  • Garden Wreath
  • The Endless Sky Spray
  • Heavenly Sentiments
  • Heartfelt Memories
  • Garden Cross
  • Heavenly Grace
for the casket
  • Reflections of Gratitude
  • Dearest One

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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