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Warm Funeral Flowers in Orange, Yellow & Red

Warm colors like red, orange and yellow, may be great options for funeral flowers, as they can work to create a sense of calm and peace. Always delivered by a local florist.


Send funeral flowers in warm colors like orange, red and yellow

Many types of flowers come in these warm hues, so you're able to select lovely varieties like roses, gladioli, button mums, daisies and tulips. The mix of oranges, pinks, corals and red will really warm up the memorial service and allow guests to conjure the fond memories they had with your recently departed loved one. The colors you choose can be made into a variety of funeral flower arrangements, ranging from casket sprays to wreaths and funeral easel standing sprays, making selecting the perfect style for your lost relative that much easier.

Warm-colored funeral arrangements bring peace to memorial services

In terms of flower color meanings, red is most commonly associated with passion, beauty and love, while pink is linked to feelings of grace, happiness and gentility, all feelings your friends and family may experience during the ceremony. Yellow is a warm hue that is associated with friendship, joy and happiness, so it may help to brighten up even the more somber occasion.

Order yellow or orange sympathy flowers to celebrate those who will be cherished forever

Although sadness is surely felt by your friend who recently lost a loved one, if the deceased person lived life to the fullest, it may be better to celebrate his or her life, rather than bask in the sadness. if your friend's relative was full of life in every sense of the word, it may be better to send a collection of vibrant colored flowers to your friend's home over more muted hues like cream, white or pink. Orange sympathy flowers sent to the family home like daisies or orange roses may seem like a surprising pop of color to send at such a sad time, though it may be just what the deceased person would have wanted the family to celebrate his/her life.