The sizes of our funeral wreaths vary from 12 to 18 inches, but have and can always create larger wreaths. Otherwise, other tributes are always also available and we do recommend calling us just in case you need further information.
Visit our website and select one of the funeral flower wreaths arranged using only the freshest stems. When ordering you need to provide the following information:
The name of the name of deceased;
The delivery time and day;
The message on the wreath for a funeral;
Our policy is to always be a day early with funeral deliveries, but of course and at the end of the day, we will always adjust ourselves to the needs of our customer. No time is too late, or too early. We recommend that our customers call us in any case if they want to personalise their order and have a funeral wreath design in mind that is not shown in our portfolio – it would only be our pleasure to do so.
For any larger funeral wreaths or ones that may require quite different styles and flowers we recommend contact. You will always find one of our expert florists ready to help and advise on the best choices and ways of delivering your funeral wreath exactly as you want it. Alternatively, you can also email and we will endeavour to return your query the same day.
Flower Station will always promise to go above and beyond for our customers. We receive fresh flower deliveries daily and with a fleet of over 15 vehicles based in and around London we are best placed to get the funeral wreaths to you on time and as specified. Moreover, our florists and our drivers are all professionally trained and will always know how to handle your floral wreaths for funerals prior, during or after they have been designed.
Funeral Wreath Delivery
Flower Station specialises in designing beautiful fresh funeral flower wreaths. Our huge portfolio of international florists is ready to take care of any requests for funeral flower arrangement. We always make sure our funeral flower team designs the funeral wreaths with the widest array of flowers that makes sure we are always capable of producing a flower arrangement that our customers need.
We are always ready to serve last-minute requests and very well known to provide bespoke and grandiose funeral wreaths on the same day that they were ordered on. We are also very well connected with many funeral parlours in London and are a florist of choice for quite a few of these.
Flower Station serves seven days a week. So you can choose to call us whenever you want if any questions and requests occur. With funeral flowers, we understand the importance of this and have also introduced a delivery on a Sunday.
What color flowers do you give for a funeral?
We usually send white flowers for a funeral because they symbolize purity and peace. We offer a wide range of white funeral flower arrangements including white lilies, white roses, and white orchids.
When Should funeral flowers be delivered?
We recommend you always arrange for funeral flowers to arrive a day before the funeral. If these flowers are for a funeral, please make sure to inform us in the instructions box of the name of the deceased, as well as the name of the funeral director. We advise you to place your order one day in advance (48 hours prior) if you want some special funeral floral tribute.
How to order sympathy flowers through Flower Station?
Ordering through our website is meant to be fast and easy. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any difficulties with it. You flowers are several clicks from you:
First, go to the section Funeral flowers at our online shop;
Select one of the products;
Select the size of the selected product;
Select delivery day;
Add the product to the cart;
Continue to the checkout;
Which Flowers Are Appropriate for Funerals
Sometimes it is hard to decide what type of flowers to use for a funeral flower arrangement. Our expert florists recommend several traditionally used sympathy flower arrangements. The calming and peaceful white stargazer lily is perfect to show your condolences. You can also choose rarer dark pink roses or red carnations to show your thankfulness to the lost one.