Floral Tributes and Sympathy Flowers
Greenhaven Funerals can organise a wide variety of Floral Tributes and Sympathy Flowers for a loved one’s funeral ceremony.
Ranging from traditional arrangements to the more modern, contemporary floral tributes, we are able to source a very wide variety of seasonal blooms throughout the year.
Below you will find some beautiful examples of floral tributes and sympathy flowers that we can offer. From heart shaped or circular wreaths, singled ended floral tributes or magnificent, double ended casket sheaths. Our florists are able to create something beautiful, in seasonal flowers that will reflect the personality of your loved one and will meet your budget requirements as well.
For more information on our range of floral tributes , please contact Greenhaven Funerals directly on: (03) 9569 0534 to discuss your specific needs.
Floral Colour Schemes:
The following images provide some good examples of colour themes that work well when creating the perfect floral tribute for your loved one’s funeral. If you have another idea in mind, please consult with your Greenhaven Funeral Consultant who will be able to assist you with your special requirements.
Single Ended Floral Sheath:
A single- ended sheath can be made up in seasonal flowers and your preferred colours.
Prices start from $220 including GST
Double Ended Floral Sheaths:
A double-ended casket sheath can be be designed in seasonal flowers and your preferred colours.
Prices start from $295 including GST
Sympathy Tributes and Wreaths:
Floral tributes can be created in a variety of shapes and from the seasonal flowers and colours of your choice. If you are looking for something that we don’t have an image of, please let us know.
Prices start from $180 including GST.
Bring plants and flowers from your loved one’s garden:
If your loved one had a passion for plants or the garden, why not bring their favourite pot plants & hanging baskets to the chapel to decorate it.
Ask guests to bring flowers from their garden!
A beautiful idea is to ask mourners to pick a small bunch of flowers from their garden and bring the cuttings in a jar! After the ceremony, they can take their flowers on to the venue where refreshments will be held to decorate the tables.