Sending traditional funeral flowers to someone who has suffered a loss is a gesture of kindness and thoughtfulness.
It also reminds them you are there for them in their time of need. When choosing a fresh floral gift to express your condolences, Devlin Funeral Home understands you want the peace of mind that you are sending high-quality blooms that represent a beautiful sentiment.
Our partner, Allison McGeary Florist, is a locally-owned small business in the Pittsburgh area dedicated to design excellence and floral quality to provide you with confidence that your funeral flower arrangements will be a beautiful expression of your condolences.
All funeral flower arrangements for Devlin Funeral Home will be fulfilled by Allison and her team. Click the link below to shop and order traditional funeral flowers online:
Flowers are used universally as a way of expressing emotions in ways that words cannot.
For traditional funerals and memorial services, flowers such as gladioli, lilies, chrysanthemums, roses, daffodils and hydrangeas are used to express love, sympathy, solidarity and respect.
Traditional Funeral flowers arrangements generally offer combinations of these flowers, presenting many meaningful messages to grieving loved ones. If you require a different composition of flowers, however, this can be arranged with your florist and funeral planner.
For further support, feel free to get in touch with our team. If you prefer to take a look at your options for floral arrangements, visit the Allison McGeary Florist site below:
Funeral flower arrangement styles
Flower arrangements for funerals are presented in several different styles, either using the same kind of flower or a mix of different varieties. These include:
Floral baskets and vases
Here, the arrangement is presented in a wicker basket or a vase. This arrangement often contains a selection of different kinds of flowers and may include other adornments.
The flowers are placed on an easel. These arrangements are usually placed next to the casket or put on display during the graveside service.
This arrangement may consist of fresh green plants along with funeral flowers. They come potted in either a vase or a wicker basket.
Frequently Asked Questions
It’s not, but when you place an order with our florist, we handle the rest of your arrangements in terms of delivery and setup.
Yes, you can choose the styles, colors and theme of your flower arrangements.
We work together with Allison McGeary Florist, which is a small, locally-owned business in Pittsburgh. When you place an order with them and are planning a funeral, cremation or memorial with us, we coordinate the delivery of your flower arrangements.
No, the cost for your flower arrangements needs to be undertaken separately.