What is written on funeral flowers?

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On funeral flowers, it is customary to attach a condolence card or funeral ribbon that includes a short message or sentiment expressing sympathy, condolences, and thoughts for the deceased and their family. These messages are meant to offer comfort and support to the bereaved during their time of grief. The messages are typically brief and heartfelt. Here are some common examples of what can be written on funeral flowers:

1. **"In Loving Memory"**
2. **"Forever in Our Hearts"**
3. **"With Deepest Sympathy"**
4. **"Rest in Peace"**
5. **"Gone But Never Forgotten"**
6. **"In Fond Memory"**
7. **"Thinking of You During This Difficult Time"**
8. **"With Heartfelt Condolences"**
9. **"May You Find Comfort and Peace"**
10. **"You Are in Our Prayers"**
11. **"Cherished Memories Forever"**
12. **"In Loving Remembrance"**
13. **"Wishing You Strength and Peace"**
14. **"Our Deepest Sorrow"**
15. **"Sharing in Your Sorrow"**

Personalizing the message with the name of the deceased or the relationship funeral flowers you had with them can make the sentiment more meaningful. Some families also choose to include favorite quotes, poems, or religious verses on the condolence cards or ribbons. It's essential to choose words that convey genuine feelings of sympathy and support for the bereaved. If you're unsure about what to write, a simple message expressing your condolences and sharing your thoughts and prayers is always appropriate and appreciated.

Before attaching the condolence card or ribbon to the funeral flowers, make sure to verify any specific instructions or guidelines from the funeral home or florist handling the arrangements. They can offer guidance on the appropriate size and placement of the message and ensure that it is presented with care and respect.

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