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									What to Say on Funeral Flowers Card?
Sharing unalloyed and heartfelt feelings is the best when thinking of what to say on a funeral
bouquet card. The task appears difficult. Doubts about how the bereaved person would take the
message are natural, but still, a natural expression goes a long way. It is more to convey your
‘solidarity and support’ during the emotional period.




There are no hard and fast rules on sympathy flowers etiquette and let’s accept, not all of us are
poets to craft something unique. Keeping it simple, relating to the person in mourning would be the
ideal message on floral tributes.

How to address sympathy flowers will be simpler if you knew the departed person well. Perhaps you
can add his or her abiding quality as a part of the condolence. Unless you are absolutely sure of
religious and family connections, try to keep the communication neutral, in the sense, let it be
general. Mentioning the institution or past social service will cheer up the survivors, gives the pride
of belonging emotion.

Florists specializing in designing and delivering funeral flowers can lend a hand; after all, they are
dealing with such situations almost daily. Small and independently run florists in the neighbourhood
might have even known the departed person well enough to create the right sympathy flowers
message.

It is very difficult to decide about card message when sending funeral flowers to a loved one. I think
that there is no hard and fast rule to write proper condolence message on funeral cards so one have
to write something coming from heart. Because of the sad situation, deciding on write words is quite
painful. In this case your funeral florist can be a great help because he/she must be aware of some
good writing for the funeral cards.

What do I write on card of funeral flowers? This is the question we often faced when sending a
funeral bouquet to a loved one. I think it’s great if we follow our heart and write which we think is
good qualities of departed one. We can write a prayer, a nice thought, a sympathy message for
family, condolence message and or just list the qualities of departed one. But it should be directly
from heart.

Some direct from heart message examples are as follows:

     "With deepest sympathy from the A family"
     "Dear P, May you rest in peace. Love from A & B x x"
     "Mum you are always in our thoughts, and we know that you will be watching over us from
      heaven. Love A, B & C"
     "In loving memory of a dear friend, Love F"
     "To Gran with love A & B"
     "With love and fond memories of Aunt A from the B family"
     "Miss you already - will be thinking of you always love A"
     "Good night and God bless Mum, you will always be in our hearts A & B"
     "Sleep well princess, you'll be in our hearts forever, our much loved sister A & B"
     "Uncle C will be sadly missed but always remembered with a smile. Love X"
     "In loving memory. A God bless you, may you rest in peace. Love X and Y"
     "To a much loved Granddad May you rest in peace Love always T and D"
     "Our hearts are filled with sorrow. Rest in Peace Love from T & F"
     "Our time together was far too short...May you be at peace in Gods arms. Love"
     ”There are no goodbyes for us, wherever you are, you will always be in my heart from D to C
      I love you”
     ”Dad you will always be in our hearts and minds Lots of Love J, F & K”
     ”In memory of xx, who leaves behind a wonderful son and his beautiful family. Our deepest
      condolences.... All at ABC Co. ”
     ”In loving memory of our dear Granddad. Our hearts and prayers are with all the family and
      we wish we were there with you today. With all our love, G & R xxx”
     ”Now at peace with you loved ones, fond memories, your friend T”
     ”With lots of love and with so many fond memories of happy times. Rest in Peace. Love from
      M”
    ”Affectionate and fondest memories of dear xx from S and L”
    ”Uncle xx will be sadly missed but always remembered with a smile. Love M”
    ”To a true gentleman xx, who was always there for everyone else, and will be sadly missed.
     Rest in peace love C, K & family x x x ”
    ”In loving memory of a lady who was always smiling. Love from F, W & Family”
    ”Xx, our hearts are filled with sorrow. Rest in Peace Love from your brother and sister C & P”
    ”Our time together was far too short...May you be at peace in Gods arms. Love, G & R”
    ”Dear A with love and fond memories. Rest in peace in the loving arms of G ”
    ”Dearest Dad, I hope you are now at peace. I love you and until we meet again Your
     daughter J xx”

Hope above examples will help you to write condolence messages on funeral flowers card for your
departed loved one.

Resource: http://funeral-flowers.blikini.com/What-to-Write-on-Card-When-Sending-Funeral-Flowers

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