Flowers for Funeral in Nottingham – Wreaths

Funeral Wreaths by Leicester Funeral Flowers

Flowers for Funeral in Leicester – Funeral Wreaths

We at Leicester Funeral Flowers feel that our customers need to know what types of funeral flowers that they should think of in case of a loved one passes away. This post is going to focus on the significance of Funeral Wreaths and help you identify our range of Flowers for Funeral available in our Leicester Florist shop

 

What are Funeral Wreaths

Funeral Wreaths are generally circular in design and that makes them all the more popular. A good florist can really make use of the circular area to blend a beautiful combination of flowers to suit any occasion and one of them being funeral. A most common tribute sent as a mark of respect. Available in both contemporary and traditional designs, our wreaths come in a wide variety of styles, colours and sizes.

The below info comes from Wikipedia.
“The symbolism of wreaths has been used at funerals since at least the time of Ancient Greece, to represent a circle of eternal life. Evergreen wreaths were laid at the burial place of early Christian virgin martyrs in Europe, the evergreen representing the victory of the eternal spirit over death.[5] In early modern England, a wreath custom existed for the funerals of “young maidens”. A young woman of the same age as the one being mourned would lead the funeral procession, carrying a wreath of white flowers to represent the purity of the deceased, and “that eternal crown of glory reserved for her in heaven”.[30] By the Victorian era, the symbolism of flowers had grown to become an elaborate language, and the symbolism of funeral wreaths was no exception. Flowers represented life and resurrection. Specific flowers were used in funeral wreaths to represent particular sentiments. Cypress and willow were used for crafting wreath frames and were associated with mourning by the Victorians.[5] Wreaths are commonly laid at the tombs of soldiers and at memorial cenotaphs during Memorial Day and Remembrance Day ceremonies. Wreaths may also be laid in memory of persons lost at sea, either from an accident or due to navy action. In a memorial service at sea, the wreath is lowered to the water and set adrift.”

Photos of Wreaths

Below are a few variations of Wreaths that our expert florist cam make for you at short notice.

 

 

 

 

How can you order Funeral Wreaths with us 

Click the below link to check out our range of Wreaths http://nottinghamfuneralflowers.co.uk/product-category/funeral-wreaths-hearts-leicester/

We work with all Funeral Parlours in Leicester and organize all deliveries ensuring no mistakes are made. Just give us a call at our Leicester Florist shop and we will help you decide the best options available at the time. Please feel free to call us on 07951526788 or order online at http://nottinghamfuneralflowers.co.uk

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