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Funerals.

CREATING A BEAUTIFUL SPACE TO BOTH MOURN AND CELEBRATE.
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Funerals. The ultimate space where no one wants to be there, but everyone will move mountains to be.  Grief is raw, and as a result these gatherings have a true tenderness to them. 

 

The event production piece and the flowers are in and of themselves are irrelevant in the deep sadness of gathering together to grieve and mourn.  But I think there is something poignant in creating a beautiful space that gets the balance right between honouring the person who has died, celebrating their life, and being sensitive to giving space for personal as well as more communal grief. The main focus of this will be in the ceremony, but I think it's important that the wake reflects this too.

I seek to take the heavy lifting of the gathering from you, with my involvement being in the event production of the wake, and creating the flowers.  

 

I help sort the moving pieces; the space, any refreshments, any creative pieces, thus leaving you to feel fully present and not have to worry about the logistics. 

Whether it's a floral arrangement for the coffin, for the church, or for the wake, it is my vision to create flowers that reflect the individual whose funeral it is. I have used silk flowers in the arrangements (that belonged to whose funeral it was), and also taken the flowers from the coffin arrangement to make into bouquets for the guests to take home with them. 

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