Sympathy Flowers

Sympathy Flowers

It can be hard to find the right way to say you’re sorry. Although they might not be the easiest words to say, they can be shown through the right gift. Why not send a beautiful bouquet of flowers that will perfectly demonstrate how sorry you are?      

As well as being a gorgeous gift, flowers are also known and loved for raising the mood, which is exactly what you want when apologising to someone. 

All orders with Amaranté make have a positive effect on the environment. No matter what kind of flowers you’re gifting, every bouquet is hand-made to order, ensuring we create no waste. We also plant two trees for every order, giving back to the planet and doing our bit to support reforestation efforts.

Sympathy Flowers FAQs

Typically, flowers are sent to convey your sympathy soon after a tragic event, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be sent weeks after the service as well. Grief doesn’t just vanish after the funeral, meaning flowers are always a nice way of letting someone know you are thinking of them.

When someone passes, it can be hard to know what to say. Sympathy flowers are a thoughtful gesture that convey your sympathy and get across the words you can’t. Flowers can also help others know you’re thinking of them. 

Roses and dried flower bouquets are both recognised as beautiful sympathy flowers. Symbolising purity and remembrance, white roses are a popular, safe choice when it comes to choosing the right sympathy flowers for you. Whereas dried flowers of a neutral tone are a preferred choice, symbolising respect and again, remembrance. 

All orders with Amaranté make have a positive effect on the environment. No matter what kind of flowers you’re gifting, every bouquet is hand-made to order, ensuring we create no waste. We also plant two trees for every order, giving back to the planet and doing our bit to support reforestation efforts

Flowers of a neutral tone are always a safe and popular choice. Representing innocence, purity, and sympathy, white roses in particular are widely renounced for being gifted in sympathy. Soft pastel colours are also very popular if you want to add a little colour to your gift of condolence.

While it’s fine to add some colour, we recommend staying away from yellow flowers on this occasion as in some cultures, it can symbolise jealousy.