What to Write on a Condolence Card for Flowers

Sending flowers for a memorial is a great way to share your strong thoughts and love for the deceased. It can be difficult to find the words to share during this time, especially for a card on flowers that offers such limited space. These great examples of what to write on a condolence card for flowers will offer you just the right amount of inspiration.

At a time such as this, words cannot express our feelings.

Especially for you at this difficult time.

Flowers and prayers go out for our dear grandmother and great-grandmother that left us too soon.

Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

May the peace which comes from the memories of love shared comfort you now and in the days ahead.

May these flowers bring some comfort during this difficult time.

May these flowers in some small way express the sympathy and sadness we feel for you during this difficult time. With deepest sympathy.

May these flowers remind you of our loving thoughts and prayers.

May these flowers serve as an expression of my deepest condolences.

Our hearts are filled with sadness and tears but our memories are filled with smiles and laughter of the good times we shared over the years.

Please accept these flowers and hear the words we are not able to speak.

Please know our loving thoughts embrace you.

Please know that we are thinking of you and your family during this time of sorrow.

Rest in peace and know that we will never forget you.

Thinking of you at this time of sorrow.

Though words, however gentle, cannot take your loss away, still may these flowers sent in sympathy help comfort you today.

We don’t know how to ease your pain, but we hope that these flowers remind you of the beauty of life that your husband still wants you to see.

We hope these flowers express what our words never will.

Wishing you peace and comfort. And wishing you the courage to face the days ahead. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

With blessings, love and prayers.

With hope that it helps you to know we care.

With love to you and your family.

With my deepest sympathy.

With our deepest and heartfelt condolences.

With warm and heartfelt sympathy.

Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel about [name of deceased] death. We are here to support you in your grieving process. With sincere sympathy, may beauty live on in your memories and bring you peace.

You will be sorely missed.

Here is a brief video that looks at the primary components to follow for writing a sympathy card. This will help you ensure that you handle such a delicate matter with the right dose of sensitivity, while conveying your deep love and respect.

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