Memorial Gifts to Show You Care

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The passing of a loved one is one of the hardest things we go through in life. It's often difficult to find the right way to offer comfort and express sympathy when someone you care about loses a loved one. Many people choose flowers as a memorial gift because they are beautiful, traditional option. However, some people prefer a sympathy gift that lasts longer.

Flowerama Waterloo offers a selection of beautiful memorial gifts that are perfect to accompany a funeral flower arrangement or even in lieu of flowers altogether. Sympathy gifts will last long beyond the funeral is over and the flowers are gone, reminding your loved ones that you are thinking of them during their difficult time.

After a loss, many people turn to nature to remind them of their loved ones. Being closer to nature is a great first step that many people take toward the healing process. Whether they choose a to spend time on the beach, looking over the ocean, or relaxing in their own garden, your loved ones may find nature the key to finding their peace. The Kneeling Angel is a beautiful memorial gift sure to remind them of you and how much you love them during their difficult times. This beautiful angel is a perfect addition to a garden that will make them feel closer to you and the person they have lost.

There are many smaller sympathy gift options that would be a beautiful addition to a funeral flower arrangement. Something like a small plaque or picture frame is the perfect addition to flowers. Choosing a flower arrangement in their loved one's favorite color is a traditional and reassuring way to share your love. A memorial gift like the Angel Frame is a great addition that will last long beyond their flowers and continue to remind them how much you care for years to come.

We know times of loss are some of the most difficult ones we'll ever face. If someone you love in Waterloo, IA has lost a loved one, the florists at Flowerama Waterloo can help you choose the perfect memorial gift to remind them how much you care.

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