We can provide beautiful and natural farewell flowers for funerals from late March to early October in a range of arrangement size using the best of homegrown and British flowers. Working with you to understand the person taking their final journey we aim to create a tribute which truly fits that person and your memories of them.
Using fresh seasonal flowers, with scent, shape and colour that is important or familiar to family members leads to farewell arrangements which people can feel connected to.
Get in touch above and we will ring you for a consultation - we will ask you to tell us about the person who your flowers will be representing and about any flowers, colours or scents you might like to see in your arrangement and we will aim to accomodate this whilst using those flowers seasonally available.
"The flowers were absolutely perfect Emma, just so beautiful. June would have loved them. As someone at the funeral said it was like she was taking a bit of her much loved garden with her."
"Words aren't enough to say thank you for the
beautiful funeral flowers, you surpassed our expectations, and added the perfect touch to the day. Thank you so much."
"You really did an amazing job Emma.
Anne would have absolutely adored the arrangements, a wonderful tribute to her. Thank you so much for organising everything to do with the flowers, will definitely recommend you."
By using natural techniques for arrangements we can reduce the impact on the environment of the funeral flowers. We also encourage choosing an arrangement that can be re-purposed / shared with family members or taken to another special location which also reduces waste whilst also giving those left behind time to enjoy those flowers and the memories attached to them.
"Would just like to convey our huge thanks for the stunningly beautiful flowers you prepared for Steve's Dad's funeral in Herts last month......we felt very supported by all the love, time & care you took to produce such gorgeous arrangements......that meant a great deal to us since Steve was entirely on his own for his father's final journey due to these strange & difficult times we're all coping with."