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Floral Sympathy Cards

Posted: September 11th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Floral sympathy cards are always an appropriate choice when it comes to choosing a sympathy card to convey your sympathies. It is a long standing tradition to send sympathy wishes with flowers to the bereaved and the family of the deceased. Flowers symbolize hope and beauty and gift from nature, much the same as life itself. Flowers are calming and peaceful but also offer comfort during this difficult time.

The most common flowers used to express sympathies are irises, lilies, roses, chrysanthemums and white flowers since white represents eternal life. Flowers on sympathy cards hold different meanings, depending on religion, culture, personal preference and family tradition. When you send a floral sympathy card, it shows that you really care at this time of sorrow and that is what truly matters.

You may order custom condolence cards and have them on-hand so you need not rush to buy at the last minute. Add a personal touch to your floral condolence card by enclosing a personal note or handwritten message of sympathy. While you could never take away the sorrow and pain during this time, the act of sending a sympathy card shows the bereaved that you acknowledge the loss and offering your support and sincerest condolences at this time.

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