If you are confounded by too many choices when it comes to funeral flower arrangements and are not sure of which one to order, the safest option should be floral baskets. Aside from the standard sizes they usually come in, baskets are also easy to transport—which is an important point to consider especially for those who will be bringing them personally to the funeral parlor or home. Floral baskets are also, by tradition, sent by anyone whether closely related or vaguely familiar to the deceased. If you are to send your messages of solace to the family of the departed, but do not want to grab too much attention with your gift, then a basket full of fresh blossoms will be perfect. In most cases, they are less expensive than other types of funeral flower arrangements, which is an advantage for those who have a tight budget.Ordering a floral basket should be very easy—all you have to consider is your personal relation to the deceased, and the message you want to bear through the flowers. The florist probably has a lot of funeral flower ideas, but to make sure you get the right arrangement, you should know where you stand and how you feel. Better yet, you can learn a few funeral flower ideas that will help you create the most appropriate, endearing and soothing flower arrangement for a person who just passed.
Starting off with the base, any basket can be used regardless of color, material or shape. Any variation should depend on the overall display that you want to achieve. Nonetheless, whether the basket is made of plastic, natural fiber (from rattan or any other source) or metal, it should make a good funeral flower base if it allies with the purpose (is it to be placed on the floor, just in front of the casket? Or is it intended for display on top of tables?) and the flowers to be included.
While you choose the type of basket, you should be able to identify which flowers demonstrate your feelings well. If you simply want to send your condolences to the family because you have never met the deceased, white roses and lilies are the perfect pick because they signify peace and tranquility. Yellow roses are also a choice, since they symbolize friendship. Either way, these flowers are effective in letting the bereaved know that you care.
If you want to combine an assortment of flowers and colors, you can stick to the usual (pink and purple is appropriate if the person who passed away is a woman). Colors can also be determined by the deceased person’s favorite hues.
Sending floral baskets has been practiced for a very long time, and there are many options and ideas for how to create a particular arrangement depending on the given circumstances. When unsure, you can also make use of some valuable and contemporary funeral flower ideas that gives a “freshly-picked” impression, which is a combination of different flowers and leaves arranged in such a way that it looks stylishly mixed up and natural.