4 Beautiful Ideas for Cheap Flower Delivery in Sydney under $45

Our research and design team are always looking for new ways to offer what our name promotes – flowers for everyone. To meet the demand from our customers looking for cheap flower delivery Sydney wide, our team have come up with a new range of fresh little flower posies under $45.

In fact, some of these sweet little numbers are also available for budget conscious shoppers in Melbourne and Perth.

When you are looking for cheap flower delivery options, these little bunches of blooms are just the thing to send without breaking the budget. Plus if you were thinking, ‘I’d love to send ‘so and so’ a bunch of flowers with a little ‘something’ personal, these low priced posies can be teamed with a little extra gift from our online store. Just add  a a bottle of wine, ECOYA candle or box of (mmm-mmmmm) chocolate truffles, and you are still well under the $70-&75 price range.

Hoorah! Four Fresh Ideas for Cheap Flower Delivery Sydney Wide (& Beyond)

Check out our four favourite designs below. Some are exclusive offers for fabulously cheap flower delivery in Sydney, while others are also available in Melbourne and Perth. These pretty little posies can all be ordered online, or feel free to give us a call toll free on 1800 66 66 46 (we deliver Monday to Saturday).

1. Mixed Rose Flower Posy

Cheap Flower Delivery Sydney Wide with our Bright Mixed Rose Posy

 

Our best selling flower bouquet ever! This bright posy of mixed roses delivered in a hessian wrap features hot pink, yellow and orange blooms with red hypericum berries and greenery. It’s only $44.95 – BUT if you join our Flowers Fan Club at checkout it’s only $40.45! Bargain!

This little lady is available for delivery in Melbourne and Perth as well.


Want to start saving on your flower deliveries? Sign up now to our Flowers Fan Club.


2. The Beach Vibes Posy

Cheap Flower Delivery Sydney Wide with our Bright Beach Vibe Posy

This cheery number features miniature sunflowers and bright purple Singapore orchids in a rustic hessian wrap. It’s awesome value at only $39.95, but if you sign up to our Flowers Fan Club at checkout you get it for $35.95! Wheeeeeeeeeee! Available for delivery in the Sydney metropolitan region.


3. Sweet White Posy

Cheap Flower Delivery Sydney Wide with our All White Cottage Garden Posy

 

This all-white flower bouquet has a cottage-garden theme going on, with creamy white gerberas and dainty spray roses mixed with silver and green foliage. Wrapped in a rustic hessian wrap and our signature ribbon, this darling posy is only $39.95 (Flowers Fan Club member price $35.95).

Ps. This one is for flower delivery in Sydney only.


4. Rustic Native Posy

Rustic Native Flower Bouquet Delivered

Not everyone loves roses and ‘pretty-pretty’ cottage-style flowers. This bold bouquet of fresh, seasonal native flowers and foliage is not only great value at $39.95, but it is wonderfully long lasting too. As a Flowers Fan Club member this sassy little native posy is only $35.95! Plus it’s available for delivery in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

Add a bottle of Australian wine and voila – the best of both worlds for $65. Sweet.


Want to see more? Take a look at our complete range of great value flowers online. We deliver cheap flower delivery  Sydney wide as well as in Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra. Alternatively give us a call on 1800 66 66 46 or email the Flowers for Everyone Customer Service Team for a custom bouquet quote at sales@flowersforeveryone.com.au

How to Care for a Phalaenopsis Orchid Plant

Are you unsure how to care for a Phalaenopsis orchid? If you have recently purchased or been fortunate enough to receive one of these beautiful plants, take a look at our useful tutorial. Shot in the Flowers for Everyone Sydney Olympic Park head office, our head floral designer demonstrates how to care for a Phalaenopsis orchid plant using easy to follow steps.

About Phalaenopsis Orchid Plants

The Phalaenopsis orchid (pronounced phal-ee-nop-sis) has broad, glossy green leaves and delicate blooms shaped like a moth in flight, which explains why they are often referred to as Moth Orchids.

They come in a myriad of colours, from snowflake white to soft lemon to deep magenta. Some hybrid plants have blooms that are striped or mottled with colour (we love the white petals with splashes of hot pink!).

The plants are one of the most popular in the horticultural marketplace, and are native to southern China, Taiwan, the Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia, New Guinea and Queensland.

DID YOU KNOW Phalaenopsis orchid plants were among the first tropical orchids in Victorian collections?

Most Phalaenopsis orchid plants are epiphytic shade plants, or ‘air plants’ because they do not root in soil. Instead, their roots grow harmlessly upon another plant (usually a tree), and they get their moisture and nutrients from the air, rain and surrounding debris.

You will notice when buying a Phalaenopsis orchid, the pots are filled with a specialty orchid mix, not regular soil.

If you care for your Phalaenopsis properly, the flowers may last two to three months. After flowering,  your Phalaenopsis orchid will need to conserve energy for further leaf, bud and root development. Treat it right and it will grow a new stem and reflower. Now that is a thrilling moment!

We hope you have found this tutorial useful. Good luck and enjoy your gorgeous orchid plant. Questions? Post them in the comments box and we will be more than happy to answer them.

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References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phalaenopsis

Simple Ideas to Jazz up your Office Desk with Flowers

We spend a large proportion of our waking hours at work, so why not instill some style to your personal work space with fresh flowers and plants? It doesn’t have to break the bank if you follow some of our handy tips below. And you don’t need to be a floral stylist to pull it off either!

Whether you are lucky enough to sit near a window or have a desk in a windowless office space, here are some simple ideas to jazz up your personal office space with flowers and plants over the winter months.

IF YOU HAVE NATURAL SUNLIGHT NEAR YOUR OFFICE DESK

Flowering Cyclamen Plants

Autumn and winter is the season for beautiful flowering Cyclamen plants. Available in all shades of pink, mauve, purple, crimson and pure white, these little beauties look great in a basket or schmick ceramic pot on your office desk. You can also purchase quite small sized plants, if you don’t want to take up space. All they need to flourish is some natural sunlight and watering to keep their soil moist.

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If your plant starts to look a little tired (getting a bit over the internal heating), take it home and place it outside on your patio or in the garden for some cool fresh air and sunshine, keep it watered, and it will spring back.

Once winter is over and the flowering season has finished, plant these beauties in the garden. They will go dormant over the spring/summer months but fresh green leaves will begin to sprout from the soil when the cooler weather kicks in.

TIP: Remove dead leaves and flowers at the very base of their stems to allow for new growth.

Cost $$$

Expect to spend as little as $15 for a mini Cyclamen plant (no pot), or around $45 to $55 for a larger Cyclamen plant in a stylish ceramic pot.

Purchasing a ceramic pot in a style and colour that suits your office and reflects your personal taste is a great place to start. Not only is it more economical to own your own pot in the long term, but as seasons change you can easily switch your Cyclamen plant for another gorgeous option that flourishes in spring and summer.

This Cyclamen plant below is a great starting point to get your office desk looking beautiful.

$55 from Flowers for Everyone
$55 from www.flowersforeveryone.com.au

Succulent Terrariums

These can be super small terrariums, or larger ones like pictured below. It all depends on how much space you have to work with. Terrariums are easy to make (the perfect weekend project!) or you can buy them ready made from your local florist. Succulents are perfect for using in terrariums, but they do require natural sunlight to thrive. Watering is at a minimum, bonus!

Succulent terrarium from www.flowersforeveryone.com.au
Succulent terrarium from www.flowersforeveryone.com.au

Tip: Follow our instructions on how to create and care for plant terrariums here.

IF YOU HAVE NO NATURAL SUNLIGHT IN YOUR OFFICE

Air Plants

Did you know there are more than 650 types of air plants that can grow and thrive without soil? These bromeliads get water and nutrients through their specialised leaves, thus they are perfect for the office and anyone who does not have much of a green thumb.

Display by laying on a flat ceramic tray or plate for an architectural look, or in a mini glass terrarium like the one pictured below (we particularly like the touch of Old Man’s Beard in this!)

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Photo credit: http://www.flowerduet.com/large_flower_pictures/globe-terrarium-office.JPG

Tip: Spray with a light water mist daily during warmer weather, less often in colder conditions. Fertilising helps to keep your air plants healthy for longer.

Cost $$$

A small glass terrarium and one air plant might set you back around $25.

Simple Cut Flower Bunch or Single Flower Stem

Okay so not everyone in a sunlight-free office space is lucky enough to have a stylish all-white office ensemble like the one pictured below, but see the difference a simple vase of flowers makes? What is smart about the picture below is the size of the vase. It’s narrow width at the opening means you don’t need many flower stems for them to sit nicely in the vase. In fact there are probably a few too many in this picture.

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You can buy certain flowers by the stem from your florist, which is a great way to stick within a budget. If it’s a chunky, woody stemmed flower with lots of foliage, you can easily get away with just one. Flowers such as King Protea, Warratah, Banksia, tropical crab claws and Cymbidium orchids are ideal.

Alternatively a few stems (odd numbers are best) of lilies or orchids work just as well. Chyrsanthemum daisies are cost effective too!

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Cost $$$

Single flower stems can cost around $5 to $15 depending on what they are. Note that the more expensive the single flower stem, the hardier and longer lasting it usually is. A plain bunch of cut flowers can be picked up from a florist from around $15 to $25. You could even get additional value out of the bunch by splitting it between a vase on your office desk and one at home.

Autumn Flowers in Season

Autumn flowers have peeped their beautiful heads into our floral workshops and we couldn’t be happier! Like any artists and designers we love to get our hands on fresh new materials, and a change of season allows us to play, play, play with an array of different flowers, foliage and branches.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT DURING AUTUMN

The type of flowers you will find in Australia during autumn are:

Pineapple Lilies

These fabulous tropical flowers are absolutely beautiful on their own in a simple vase, or arranged with other lovelies such as Oriental and Asiatic lilies. Lush, unique and fun, all in one.

Pineapple Lilies

Cockscomb (Celosia)

Velvety and textural, these amazing ‘brain-like’ autumn flowers are part of the amaranth family and come in the most divine colours ranging from super hot pink, pale apricot, blood red, gold and more.

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Tulips

Gosh, who doesn’t like tulips? As the weather cools with the arrival of autumn, there is nothing better than bunches of tulips adding their flair to a flower arrangement.

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Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’

Sedum is a hardy, flowering plant that requires low water and also makes a gorgeous cut flower. Its ‘broccoli’ like heads composed of tightly clustered star-shaped flowers gradually tone from a pretty pale pink to a rich copper over its flowering season.

sedum

David Austin Roses

Coveted by brides all over the world, a simple bunch of David Austin roses is all one needs to feel good. Their scent takes you to heaven. Tuck some privet berry and sedum into a bouquet of David Austin roses and voila, perfection.

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Delphinium

Pale blue, white, cornflower blue, lilac, deep dark purple… the colours of these tall frilly beauties is something poets write about.

Delphinium Flowers

Chrysanthemums

Orange, red, yellow, apricot, pink, white… you name it, the chrysanthemum comes in it. These fluffy balls of fabulousness are so much fun and wonderfully long lasting.

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Belladonna Lilies

For a fleeting period of autumn the highly fragrant belladonna lily shoots from the ground on a slender stem and flashes its pink or white petals to the world.

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Privet Berry

Deep dark blue-black privet berries add depth and texture to bouquets of autumn flowers. Love!

 

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We could go on. And on. And on and on. The abundance of amazing autumn flowers at our fingertips is inspiring and exciting. Choose one of our ‘Mystery Autumn Bouquets’ and you get the best of whatever we can get our hands on at the markets on the day of your delivery.

Embrace the season and enjoy these darling blooms while they are at their best!

 

Autumn Flower Style Tips

Style your home with flowers and foliage in the tones of autumn.

Embrace the change of season and start making a shift from summer brights and whites to warm, soothing colours. You don’t need a huge budget to add fresh floral touches to your living space.

TIP: Bring your vase into your local florist shop. Give them your budget and ask for advice. A good florist will know what works best with your vase and which flowers and foliage provide excellent value for maximum impact.

Flowers and Foliage, Autumn Style

Cymbidium Orchids

Cymbidium orchids have already made their way into the Sydney flower market, indicating an impending change of season. They are not cheap, but are excellent value as they can last around two weeks (sometimes more) if their vase and water is kept clean and away from heaters or direct sunlight. Plus you only need one or two stems in the right vase (tall with a narrow opening) to create maximum impact.

Add a single sculptural leaf or stem of glossy green magnolia foliage with curly, tortured willow for drama and height, and voila! Guaranteed chic.

The variety of colours Cymbidium orchids come in are to die for! Pure white, chocolate, burnt orange, golden yellow, and burgundy are all perfect choices for bringing autumn indoors.

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Fall Foliage and Berries

Nandina, silver dust, magnolia, oak and maple. Autumn-winter foliage and berries are absolutely gorgeous simply arranged en-mass in a vase without anything else. Let the leaves speak for themselves!

A vase that is straight up and down, or wider at the base than the top, is perfect for displaying foliage. The smaller opening at the top helps to make the vase appear ‘full’ with only three to five stems, and the extra width at the base enables you to angle the branches at varying degrees.

Florist shops sell all types of foliage by the stem or bunch. Most varieties are wonderfully long-lasting (providing you keep the water fresh and vase clean), and are excellent value for money. Fresh foliage = Fab feng shui! Your florist can even arrange the foliage properly so all you need to do is pop it in a vase when you get home.

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Autumn Branches

Straight or wild, interesting sculptural branches are what autumn is all about. Style your home or office with autumn branches on their own or combined with fresh foliage. Particularly gorgeous if you have high ceilings to add a touch of drama!

You might want to try your hand at an ‘Ikebana-style’ floral design and place one exquisite, gnarly magnolia branch in an earthy pottery vase. Or get your hands on a quirky old alcohol bottle like the one pictured below and fill it with fabulous pussy willow.

You can purchase all kinds of interesting branches and sticks from your local florist!

pussy willow
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Apothecary medicine jars are very vogue right now too, and the brown versions (new or vintage) are perfect for adding an ‘essence of autumn’ to your home. Split an inexpensive bunch of long lasting alstroemeria lilies in a series of jars as per below pic or group together in one big jar.

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Farewell summer, it’s been fun, but we’re ready for you autumn!

And don’t forget, creating a stylish ‘vignette’ of autumn flowers for the home can be achieved on a budget. Keep your eye out at op shops and garage sales for vases in all shapes and sizes and bee line it to your local florist for helpful style advice.

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Styling with Waratahs

“The red flowers of the waratah how beautiful they bloom
When the wattles are in yellow and gold is on the broom
They cannot be mistaken so large and a rich red
And much about their beauty has been written and been said
When red is on the waratah and birds whistle and sing
And Nature in her green cloak wears her colours of the Spring
The naturally sweet aroma of the blossom laden trees
Come wafting through the parkland in the freshening morning breeze,
The butcherbird is piping his bubbly melody
And everywhere one turns to look great beauty one does see
And the parent birds are busy in their constant search for food
For to keep the hunger at bay in their fast growing begging brood
And when Nature is at her loveliest with a bright smile on her face
The red flowers on the waratah do take pride of place”.

“The Red Flowers of the Waratah” by Francis Duggan

It’s currently waratah season in Australia and now is the time to make the most of these native beauties during the short time they are available. Take a page out of our style file below for ideas on how to decorate your home with waratahs or incorporate into a wedding bouquet if you are a spring bride.

Styling with Waratahs

Waratahs look fabulous massed on their own in a simple vase or combined in a bouquet or flower arrangement with the likes of beautiful white oriental lilies, other natives such as native kangaroo paw, and varieties of Eucalyptus foliage and gumnuts.

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waratahs in rustic tin

waratahs in vase

Their bold, sculptural stems also work really well in modern arrangements, such as this Japanese style creation using maple leave branches and fantail willow found on Home Journal.

waratahs in vase

And make for a unique, Australian-esque spring wedding bouquet. Absolutely love this design below with the lipstick pink boronia accent by a Tasmanian flower grower Swallows Nest Farm!

waratah wedding bouquet

Bunches of cut waratahs can be purchased from any one of our four retail Sydney florist stores or order a flower arrangement or bouquet to be delivered by phoning 1800 66 66 46 or emailing sales@flowersforeveryone.com.au

Blink and you’ll miss out!

Did you Know?

  1. Prior to white settlement in Australia, waratahs were reputedly placed in a bowl of water so the sweetness and life of the flower would flow into the water. This was then used to strengthen children or cure them from disease.
  2. The name waratah comes from the Eora Aboriginal people, the original inhabitants of the Sydney area.
  3. Waratahs are native to Australia and the floral emblem of New South Wales
  4. There are a number of waratah colours available including red with white tips (‘Fire ‘n Ice’); cream tinged with pink (‘Shade of Pale’); red with a pink blush (‘Brimstone Blush’); blood red (‘Shady Lady’); and almost pure white (‘Wirrimbirra White’).
  5. They waratahs are a slow plant to mature and their flowering season is short, unpredictable and unreliable, generally only lasting for about a month each year, during the spring.

Sources and Photo Credits

http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s2349242.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waratah

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ffeaus/styling-with-waratahs/

 

 

 

 

Our 2015 SPROUT Spring Flowers Online

Sweet peas and daffodils, tulips and blossom. Roses and lilies and lilac delphinium. These-are a few-of my fav-our-ite things!

Spring has sprung and with a change in season comes a change of bouquet style and flowers for our florist team to play with. Take a look at some of our favourite new designs and products featured in the Flowers for Eveyrone 2015 ‘Sprout’ collection of spring flowers online!

Pink Lily Queen – $130.00

A tall cylindrical glass vase filled with a fresh pink and green bouquet of fragrant oriental lilies, roses and long lasting alstoemeria (‘Peruvian lilies’). Finished with lush fern fronds and vibernum foliage, this pretty flower arrangement is perfect for birthday and ‘thinking of you’ gifts. Order these gorgeous flowers here.

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Fragrant Spring Posy – $66.00

The essence of spring – this pretty little spring posy features dainty sweet peas, exquisitely scented jonquils and pink hyacinth, mixed with a combination of fresh green foliage and silvery dusty millar leaves. Send these divine flowers here.

spring posy

Sweet Violet – $88.00

Our posy vase of violet, mauve and purple blooms features gorgeous roses with long lasting alstroemeria lilies and frilly carnations. Accented with fresh greenery and dainty vibernum flowers, this darling spring flower arrangement is ideal for any occasion, including birthdays, celebrating the birth of a new baby, a special thank-you or a get well soon. Order these pretty flowers online here.

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Dainty Moth Orchid – $132.00

These delicate orchid plants with moth-shaped blooms come in a variety of gorgeous colours, including lemon, pink, white and purple. Beautifully displayed in a crisp white ceramic pot with fresh green moss, these long lasting plants are perfect for indoors and make ideal gifts for any occasion. Order our phalaenopsis orchid plants online here.

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Little Miss Rosy – $89.50

A popular choice for spring, this vase of girly pink roses, geberas daisies and lisianthus is beautifully arranged with silvery dusty millar leaves and fresh greenery. A fabulous newborn baby girl gift idea, a get well soon, birthday or thank-you present. Order our Little Miss Rosy here.

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And if these don’t quite tickle your spring fancy, then why not leave it up to the experts to get creative with the most beautiful blooms that happen to be in the market on the day of your order? Our mystery spring posies and bouquets online gives free reign to our designers to incorporate the most divine spring flowers and colours that peep their little heads out on market day.

 

 

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Visiting Tulip Farms in Holland

It may not an obvious ‘must do’ on every Australian’s bucket list, but even if you are not a mad flower enthusiast it is hard to dismiss a visit to the beautiful tulip fields and gardens when visiting Holland. But to appreciate the tulips  in all their flowering glory, it is all in the timing.

Beautiful Dutch Tulips – When to Visit?

From mid-March to the end of May, tulips transform large parts of Holland into a colorful patchwork that ignites a passion for photography you may not have realised you had.

However, to witness tulips in bloom in their peak season, it is recommended to time your visit for mid to late April. This is when tulips are usually prolifically blossoming.

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If this timing doesn’t fit your travel itinerary, then it is not the end of the world! Bulb flowering beauties other than tulips also grow extremely well in Holland. The end of March is when the crocus season starts. The daffodils and early and small tulips are next, from the beginning of April. From mid-April the daffodils and the hyacinths bloom.

tulip gardens in holland

Where to Go?

The best-known bulb fields are located behind the North Sea dunes, between the cities of Leiden and Den Helder. Other bulb fields, just as lovely, are situated near Enkhuizen (Bovenkarspel, Andijk) and in the province of Flevoland (Noordoost Polder, Oostelijk Flevoland). Walking, cycling and car routes are available from the local tourist information offices in the bulb field regions.

Keukenhof in Lisse is covered by over 7000 bulbs in the spring and is one of the best places to get a good look at many different varieties of tulip, and go a bit snap-happy.

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At the end of the day, all you really need to do is take the train or bike through the countryside to see the tulips growing and blooming in field after field.

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Sources

1. http://www.holland.com/us/tourism/article/tulip-season-in-holland.htm

2. http://www.holland.com/us/tourism/regions/flower-fields.htm

 

Introducing our In-house Sydney Event Stylists

Flowers for Everyone recently launched an in-house professional event styling service for corporate functions, parties and gala events in Sydney, the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley.

Our super talented Sydney event stylists, Louis and Rowena, possess years of experience in the industry and specialise in offering innovative and creative solutions to all event styling needs.

Together with your own thoughts and ideas, Louis and Rowena will create an amazing look from an impressive array of décor in-stock including stylish furniture; a large range of table centrepiece options; chair covers and sashes; gorgeous draping; ambient lighting; and of course, stunning flower arrangements.

Drawing on the latest design trends and products, the Flowers for Everyone style team have access to all the decorative elements necessary to realise your vision, at an affordable per item hire fee or customised package price.

Accommodating all sized events from small intimate gatherings to large extravagant affairs, Flowers for Everyone can create an original look tailored especially for your occasion.

For more information go to our Corporate Events page or email events@flowersforeveryone.com.au.

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Five Key Things to Consider When Organising Funeral Flowers

For many of us there will come a time in our lives where we will need to organise a funeral. Whether the loss of a loved one has been expected to occur for a while, or it is a sudden shock, the process is always wrought with emotion. If you are ever in this position, there are five key things to know about or consider when arranging funeral flowers.

1. It is quite common to arrange for a floral tribute in the form of a wreath, cross or heart. We recommend also hiring a display stand so it can be set up at the funeral service to make it visible.

2. The ribbon sashes you see displayed on floral tributes can be custom printed with any message in any language you want (we offer the service for $9.95).

3. Most Sydney crematoriums have multiple chapels on their site, so to avoid any confusion with flower delivery make sure to specify the correct name of the chapel the funeral service will be held in.

4. When requesting a delivery time to the chapel or memorial location, be aware that funeral flowers are delivered one hour prior to the start of the service.

5. Handing out single rose stems to guests as they arrive to the service can be a nice touch. Always a good idea to ask your funeral director for a basket so you can easily hand them out.

Hopefully these suggestions help to make ordering funeral flowers a little easier when the time comes. Our team are highly experienced in providing advice and guidance for anyone going through this experience, so feel free to give us a call on 1800 66 66 46 or email us at sales@flowersforeveryone.com.au

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