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Sending Floral Condolence Cards

Posted: September 13th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Sending floral sympathy cards are always the right choice when choosing a card to express your condolences. Sending condolence wishes with flowers is a long standing tradition. Flowers represent beauty and hope and gift from nature, much like life itself. Flowers are peaceful and exude calmness and provide comfort at this difficult time.

Some of the most common flowers used in condolence cards to express condolences are lilies, roses, irises, white flowers and chrysanthemums. White flowers symbolize eternal life. Floral condolence cards hold various meanings, depending on culture, religion, family tradition and personal preference. When sending a floral condolence card, it indicates that you really care at this very difficult time and that is what matters the most.

If you like, you could order ahead floral condolence cards so you have them on hand. Try to add a personal touch to a floral sympathy card you will send by enclosing a personal handwritten letter or note. Although nothing and you could not take away the pain and sorrow during this time, the act of sending a condolence card will let the bereaved know that you acknowledge the loss and offer your sincerest sympathies and support during this very difficult time.

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