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For mourning and to say goodbye at the coffin, funeral flowers are not just a tradition. It is a deep need for the bereaved to show their feelings with flowers, a funeral wreath, a funeral bouquet or a funeral arrangement. Grave decorations or urn decorations should adequately express the appreciation of the bereaved for a deceased. For successful funeral flowers we have put together many suggestions and advice for you.
For the funeral: funeral wreath and funeral bouquets
In funeral floristry, arrangements consist of fresh flowers, especially for funerals. A bouquet of flowers is often used as a coffin arrangement for the funeral service, for example a bouquet as a coffin decoration. Instead of classic mourning flowers such as lilies, close relatives also choose the rose as a symbol of love beyond death for the funeral bouquet.  Continue reading

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For mourning and to say goodbye at the coffin, funeral flowers are not just a tradition. It is a deep need for the bereaved to show their feelings with flowers, a funeral wreath, a funeral bouquet or a funeral arrangement. Grave decorations or urn decorations should adequately express the appreciation of the bereaved for a deceased. For successful funeral flowers we have put together many suggestions and advice for you.

For the funeral: funeral wreath and funeral bouquets

In funeral floristry, arrangements consist of fresh flowers, especially for funerals. A bouquet of flowers is often used as a coffin arrangement for the funeral service, for example a bouquet as a coffin decoration. Instead of classic mourning flowers such as lilies, close relatives also choose the rose as a symbol of love beyond death for the funeral bouquet.
The mourning flowers on the grave or on the coffin prominently include the mourning wreaths as the last farewell greeting. Straw wreaths provide an ideal basis for all types of grave wreaths. They are often designed by florists as floral decorations for the funeral service. Depending on how close the deceased was to you, you can also put a heart full of flowers on the grave of a loved one. For this purpose, there are special heart-shaped wreaths or floral foam for a heart arrangement in funeral floristry.
In loving memory: Funeral flowers on the grave
Even after the funeral and farewell, the bereaved have a great desire to remember loved ones, and they often have a natural need to mourn. If you visit the grave regularly, depending on the season, place a bouquet of fresh flowers in a tasteful grave vase. This special type of vase offers the advantage that it can be easily and reliably stuck in the ground and you can exchange the grave bouquet in a few simple steps.

Funeral flowers on the grave, i.e. grave flowers, are also possible as urn decorations or on a gravestone without a bed: You can buy reverently designed planters online for cheap funeral flowers. In it you can place floral decorations made of living flowers or flower arrangements in the cemetery.
For eternal remembrance: Which funeral flowers are suitable for commemorating All Saints' Day and the Sunday of the Dead?
The commemoration days of All Saints' Day, All Souls' Day and Sunday of the Dead have a special place in the Christian faith. The commemoration of the dead falls in the dark season when the leaves are falling. Graves can be decorated with memorial flowers using grave lights with motifs or in classic red, grave decorations such as angels and, of course, flowers. In late autumn, arrangements made of dried flowers are used in funeral floristry.

Exotics and proteas in particular are ideal as permanent mourning flowers for the grave thanks to their original shapes and long durability. Cones also go well with the funeral arrangement. These natural items are ideal for funeral flowers because, unlike fresh flowers, these arrangements do not freeze to death or wither prematurely, even on cold days. A colorfully composed grave arrangement is recommended as the basis for your own mourning decoration or as a finished grave decoration.
Personal mourning texts and mourning ribbons
Mourning for a loved one is always something very personal. A final greeting in the form of mourning jewelry and commemorative ribbons should come from the heart, be individual and express personal attachment to the deceased. This starts with the bow with the selection of the mourning ribbon.

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