Custom Funeral Designs

We have shown you some of our creative floral arrangements for funerals before, like this construction crew’s tribute and this Maltese Cross. Now we’d like to update you with some photos of our recent sympathy arrangements. The first is quite touching. The deceased gentleman was a Leafs fan, so his family wanted a Toronto Maple Leafs […]

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Yarn-wrapped vases with butterflies

Our current window display was inspired by European floral design magazines, as well as the current trend of using yarn in creative ways. Susan and Katie chose some vases with interesting shapes, and wrapped them in pretty blue yarn. Then they wrapped yarn around some branches. Adding faux hydrangeas and button mums in the vases, […]

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Custom Funeral Arrangements

Flowers are a beautiful way to express sympathy and to honour those we have lost. In a previous post, we mentioned custom funeral bouquets and thought perhaps it is time to add some new photos. This first arrangement is just beautiful. A construction worker died, and his heartbroken co-workers pitched in to send a tribute. They […]

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Custom Funeral Flower Designs

There is a long history of flowers being offered as a tribute to the deceased. These days, bouquets are often placed at the scene of a fatal car accident or a shooting. There was a large display of orange blooms at Toronto City Hall and at the constituency office of the late Jack Layton when […]

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Casket Spray of Calla Lilies

Our customer asked for a simple but elegant arrangement for her Mother’s casket.  Susan designed this beautiful spray to look like a hand-tied bouquet. It is actually in foam, so there is a water supply and the flowers would not wilt before the funeral service. The classic white callas are accented with mini callas in […]

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Tribute for a Soccer Fan

A popular figure in the Junction passed away suddenly last week. He was Italian in heritage, and a big fan of a soccer team called Juventus Turyn. His employees wanted a suitable tribute, and asked us to create a 40″ tall replica of the team insignia in flowers. We used ten bunches of white chrysanthemums […]

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