Reflecting the many colors of life, a rich spectrum of blooms evokes the range of emotions experienced in remembering a cherished loved one. A lovely assortment of flowers such as lavender gladioli and cushion spray chrysanthemums, yellow snapdragons, carnations and daisy spray chrysanthemums, hot pink roses, purple hydrangea, asters and assorted greens are all presented on an easel.
The Light In Your Honor Bouquet is a beautifully bright arrangement bursting with elegant fragrance to convey your deepest sympathies for the loss of their loved one. A stunning bouquet of gorgeous Oriental lilies are accented with lush greens and seated in a clear glass vase to create a bouquet that is serenely sophisticated, offering comfort and peace in their time of need.
The Salute to a Patriot Standing Heart is the perfect tribute to a fallen marine. A pearly white heart consisting of chrysanthemums is accented with an arrangement of red roses, white Asiatic lilies and lush greens, as well as, a white banner that reads, "Semper Fidelis USMC," to create an incredible presentation at their final memorial service. Displayed on a wire easel.
A wreath of lovely, fresh, pastel blossoms makes a bright and blushing setting for an urn containing the cremated remains of a loved-one for visitation, a funeral or memorial service. The wreath is hand-fashioned by a local artisan florist of lavender cushion pompons, pink gladiolus and pink and lavender roses atop a base of variegated greens with a flat bottom for stability on a tabletop or altar. It can also be used to enhance the display of religious statuary, a meaningful photograph or memento or a candleholder.
Urn not included.
You don't need a green thumb to love plants galore! Plants, plants and more plants are delivered in a handsome woodchip basket. Easier to care for than pronounce, a hot pink azalea and white hypoestes are joined by dieffenbachia, nephthytis, spathiphyllum and ivy. All are hand-arranged in a pretty wicker basket. It's an abundance of natural beauty. Variety of plants and container style may vary.
The Uplifting Moments Bouquet is a wonderful way to convey your deepest condolences for their loss. Bright yellow gerbera daisies and spray roses burst with sunlit sweetness arranged amongst green hypericum berries and myrtle greens in a stylish whitewash basket. Accented with a lemon yellow wired ribbon this bouquet is a symbol of light and hope that will brighten their day.
Soft and soothing. This basket is overflowing with pastel flowers and your sincere message of hope to those in mourning. Beautiful flowers such as pink carnations and alstroemeria, lavender button and daisy spray chrysanthemums along with white cushion spray chrysanthemums and more fill a lovely round wicker basket.
Same day delivery by a "Preferred Local Florist" is available in the U.S. and Canada on orders placed by 1:00pm in the recipient's time zone Monday through Saturday.
All items featured on this Web site represent the types of arrangements Flowers Across America offers and may vary depending upon availability in certain regions.
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