What To Write With The Flowers

What To Write With The Flowers6 26You’ve found the perfect bouquet of flowers to bring to the funeral using our special guide, but now you need to know what to write in the card. Finding just the right expression of condolence can be of great comfort to the family that has lost a loved one, and you will feel better too knowing you have written something helpful. Are you having a hard time trying to find the right thing to write? Have no fear, we have you covered. Here’s a list of 15 condolences to write in the card that you can mix and match and add your own style too. Let’s get started.

For those who you are very close to:

I can not imagine what you are going through. Please know I am here for you when you are ready to talk.

In this tough time in your life, may our friendship, sympathy and heartfelt condolences bring you comfort.

I’m always there in your hour of need. May his/her soul rest in peace.

Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly departed. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days, my most heartfelt condolences.

Please remember that you are not alone... We are always here for you.

For those who are distant relatives:

A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept our condolences, he/she will not be forgotten.

We are deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered.Our hearts go out to you during this trying time and may our prayers serve as a comfort to you and your loved ones.

I would like to offer you and your family our deepest and most sincere condolences and may the soul of your (insert relationship of deceased to bereaved here) rest in peace.

For a longer card:

At this difficult time in your life, I pray that God will grant you the serenity and peace that you need to get through this. Stay strong and know that you are remembered in my thoughts and prayers.

Losing someone we love is nothing easy, but knowing that we have been able to be a part of the life of that person, we can realize that we are blessed to have been able to share in his/her life before he/she went to rest in eternal salvation. My condolences.

I can not begin to imagine what you are going through. Please know I am here for you when you are ready to talk but in the meantime, this quote seemed appropriate. “Cry whenever you need to. Scream. Shout. Lay on the floor. Sob in the shower. Be still. Run. Walk, ceat. Live your truth. Share without fear. Listen. Release your pan. Breathe. Be courageous. Throw away the map. Wander. Be real. Be compassionate. Read. Seek friendship. Be vulnerable, don’t fear being broken.” - Zoe Clark-Coates

For a short and sweet card:

A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept my condolences, he/she will not be forgotten.

We offer you our thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes during this dark time in your life.

May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept our sincere condolences.

I was deeply saddened by the news of (Name’s) passing. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.