If flowers are not wanted
Sometimes the bereaved do not want any flowers and instead request donations to a charity that was particularly close to the heart of the departed.
It is important to respect this wish. As a rule, bank details are supplied for donations. Remember to note the destination for the donation. And yet: flowers are not decoration in the case of bereavement. There is simply no better way of expressing the longing of a person for a life after death. There is so much comfort, so much confidence, so much hope in flowers, and this is so beneficial for the bereaved.
So if you do not want to appear at the service empty handed, you can always take a single stem such as a rose, a sunflower or a lily. Take this to the graveyard and lay it on the coffin or by the urn.
Sadness & Comfort
Wreath classic (For the Cemetery)
CHF 76.00 - CHF 146.00
With Deepest Sympathy
CHF 96.00 - CHF 216.00
In Silent Remembrance (for the cemetery)
In Eternal Remembrance (for the cemetery)
Always Remembered (for the cemetery)
Rest in Peace
Further information about comfort & grief
Written or spoken condolences: etiquette manual Death is one of the most difficult situations we have to deal with in life. It is enormously important to be able to express our sympathy to those left behind. Writing a letter of condolence When writing a letter of condolence, it is extremely important to sound authentic and to write from the heart. Flowers for a bereavement: basics Flowers give the bereaved comfort and are a sign of respect and remembrance for the deceased. Flowers for the bereaved and for the deceased are basically different. Flowers for the bereaved and for the funeral: overview There are many types of floral decorations for funerals. Here is a short overview: In loving memory: funeral ribbons or ribbons for the wreath If you would like to decorate your wreath, open bowl or bouquet with a few words of condolence and the name, this is possible by means of a ribbon. Typical funeral flowers and what they symbolise If you are wondering what flowers or colours are appropriate for a funeral: the rule is that there are generally no rules or boundaries. «Typical funeral flowers» - we explain what they symbolise here: If flowers are not wanted Sometimes the bereaved do not want any flowers and instead request donations to a charity that was particularly close to the heart of the departed.