The flowers of chrysanthemum toussaint
chrysanthemum (Toussaint) Day flowers for our dearly departed... We all have dearly departed loved ones that we think about often and wish to pay tribute to them on this day. Some of us are far away or unable to travel to the cemetery to pay our respects by placing flowers on their graves.
Today the choice and the purchase of these flowers of the allsaint and from now on possible directly by Internet, if you are opened to this step.
Indeed, our site www.floravea.com offers a special selection for allsaint with a delivery service to cemeteries.
But which floral arrangement to choose to embellish the grave of a loved one?
Flowers have become a symbol of the memories that bind us to those who have gone before us.
These symbolic flowers come in many types, shapes and colors.
Types of flower's toussaint :
Roses remain the most popular flowers for every occasion, their lifespan is quite long.
Gerberas also symbolize purity and peace.
Lilies that symbolize love.
Colors of the flowers of chrysanthemum toussaint
White is a color that translates into loving thoughts
The color blue and purple is very well known for being an ideal setting for a bouquet that expresses sympathy.
You can also choose the favorite color of our dearly departed, such as red, yellow, pink, orange or a combination of colors to brighten the graves and beautify the cemeteries.
You can choose a flower arrangement with a precise shape, at your florist or on the internet.
Indeed there are several forms; Heart, crown, round floral composition or in height ....you can also ask to have a composition "to measure" by choosing the flowers and the colors to privilege.
The price of these compositions varies according to their size and the varieties of flowers chosen and their country of delivery.
Choosing flowers is not always easy, but whether they are classic, original, ephemeral or resistant, the main thing is the thought and the gesture.
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