White Flowers

Our sympathy flowers are elegant, pure, plain and kind - just like your consolation to those in grief. Evocative of purity, the colour white invites the person in, gentle and tender. In church, white flowers evoke an image of religious faith and piety in our heavenly God. White chrysanthemums symbolise death in Asian countries, while white lilies exemplify bereavement in Christianity - symbolising renewal and rejuvenation. This traditional colour choice represents honour, peace and innocence. White Flowers are the universal epitome of sympathy flowers. Pink is a respectful colour pair, and gentle inserts of red imbue the flowers with love, as well as beauty and strength.