Talking about funerals can be difficult. That's why we’re here for you when it comes to carefully selecting the perfect flowers for your loved ones. With over 10 years of experience to guide you through the process of ordering flowers for funerals, we work had to make this process easier during challenging times.
Here at Wildbunch, we believe that designing funeral tributes and floral displays is all about the flowers, colours and textures coming together to celebrate lives and make this farewell as special as possible.
We know it can be overwhelming making these decisions, that’s why our consultations are designed to show you all your options and give our advice as to what might work best for you.
Whilst we can create bespoke deigns to meet any specific requirements you may have, we have thoughtfully selected a few different colour schemes you might like to choose from. So lets talk about the significance of colour choice and what their meanings are…
Green and white
White conveys a sense of peace and tranquility whereas green is the colour of nature, and can represent the natural cycle of life. When combined, green and white funeral flowers create a harmonious and peaceful effect.
Blue, yellow and white
Blue for calmness and spirituality, yellow for positivity and happiness and white for peace and sympathy. When combined, the blue, yellow, and white colour palette creates a harmonious and soothing arrangement that honours the memory of the deceased while offering comfort to those mourning.
When combined in a floral arrangement, pastel colours create a gentle and comforting aesthetic. The use of light pink, lavender, and cream flowers bring a sense of beauty and solace to an arrangement.
Bright and colourful
Bright colours are associated with optimism and hope. Using a variety of vibrant colours can represent the diverse and dynamic aspects of the person's character. Colourful flowers can evoke memories of happy times and shared laughter, emphasising the joyful moments rather than the sadness of loss.
While red roses may be associated with romantic love, their use in funeral flowers is more about expressing profound emotions, respect, and the enduring legacy of the person who has passed away.
We work closely with a range of local funeral directors and liaise with them directly, so that once you’ve made your choice of flowers you can trust us to work out the finer details.