The Best Places to Buy Cemetery Flowers
We are often asked where are the best places to buy cemetery flower arrangements. Since most local florists are too small to have much inventory, and focus more on weddings and other events, many of them don’t cater to the cemetery flower market. If you can find a local florist that is located near a local cemetery, you may have better luck finding something you like, but it’s still hit and miss.
For this reason, we recommend shopping online for your cemetery flowers. Online retailers who specialize in this area will have a much better selection, tend to have better prices, and many will still do the custom work you would get from a local florist. There are a lot of good online choices, but here is a short list of what we believe are the best places to buy cemetery flowers:
Flowers For Cemeteries
Flowers For Cemeteries in Marietta, GA provides quality silk cemetery flowers and their trademarked brand, Sympathy Silks®, funeral flowers. Their arrangements are specifically designed for cemeteries and funeral homes, and their list of products includes arrangements designed for cemetery vases, monuments, tombstones, mausoleums, and niches. Flowers for Cemeteries is one of the largest seller of flowers for memorial purposes.
To browse their selections, click here: Flowers for Cemeteries
Crazyboutdeco is a floral and wreath design boutique, located in Atlanta, Georgia. They feature deco mesh wreaths and silk cemetery floral arrangements. Crazyboutdeco has over 3000 sales across Amazon, Etsy and their website. Along with their 5-star customer service, you will receive a high quality product and a pleasant shopping experience. Crazyboutdeco can also provide custom made deco mesh wreaths and cemetery arrangements made to your colors and design, in case you don’t see anything in their store that really suits your needs. Deco mesh is something you don’t see in most floral shops, and is definitely worth a look!
To see their products, follow this link: Crazyboutdeco
Cemetery Flower Shop
Janine Dawn has been designing for over 18 years and also own a florist that services a cemetery on a daily basis. She knows what it means for a family to be able to place flowers on a loved one’s grave. Whether it be their favorite color, style, or perhaps a custom design with a special meaning attached to it, she can create it.
Floral design is an art, but also a feeling and understanding when it comes to creating for those who have passed on. No machine will ever take the place of a person who has created an item by hand using their unique talents and love.
Janine keeps a wide selection of items in her shop, as well as some different custom designs. If there is something you see that you may want customized, or have an idea for something entirely different, let her know. Whatever you need, she can create it.
To see Janine’s work for yourself, click here.
Nature’s True Art
Located in Pittsburgh, PA, Nature’s True Art is owned and operated by Janice Wolfe. When you purchase through Natures True Art, remember that everything they sell is handmade with only the best flowers and materials that have been handpicked by Janice with your complete satisfaction in mind! Be assured that every single creation is made with the utmost care and attention to detail!
Nature’s True Art has been featured by:
- Better Homes & Gardens
- Martha Stewart
- Real Simple
- Rachel Ray
- MyWedding Shops
- NBC’s TODAY SHOW segment, “Stuff We Love for Spring” (March 2016).
- “Martha Stewart American Made”, store front on Amazon Handmade.
Remember that Janice is willing to accommodate and discuss your design thoughts, visions, and custom floral design creations. No request is too large or too small for her!
To learn more and see what they have to offer, visit: Nature’s True Art
Regardless of where you choose to buy your cemetery flowers, make sure to protect your investment against high winds and theft by securing them to the headstone using our Headstone Flower Anchor.
I buy mine at Walmart. I save a lot of money that way.
Etsy is great. I love the variety, and everything is hand made in the US.
I never knew Amazon sold handmade products. I’ll have to check it out.