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Where to start when creating bespoke funeral pieces


As Florists we get to create beautiful designs for so many different occasions, most of them happy and joyous, such as anniversaries, birthdays, Valentine’sDay, Mother’s Day and of course weddings. We are there for our customer's most joyful days and we are there for sadder times, bereavements and funerals.


Funerals are a big part of a lot of floristry businesses, we create designs for those who are grieving and those who have sadly passed.

When creating a bespoke funeral tribute, we must start with a conversation. We are there for our customers at a time when it is difficult for them to express their feelings and a personal tribute can express what they may not be able to.


Of course, we need to know the day, the time, the name of the deceased and the funeral director. But we also need to know about the individual, and why the family has requested something like a guitar or the emblem for their favourite football club, or a rainbow.


We need to see what the customer is imagining and help them to form their ideas into a stunning tribute.

It can be as simple as a single rose, a spray of white lilies or adding a certain colour ribbon to a wreath. Or it can be as detailed and intricate as a motorbike like the one they used to ride, or a boat on the ocean because they loved sailing, or a bee landing in a Hydrangea because they loved being in their garden and Hydrangeas were their favourite flower.


Once we’ve gathered all the right information we can plan, prepare, sketch if needed and create something one of a kind, turning flowers into the bespoke tribute the customer has imagined.


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