In Sympathy

Funeral flowers and sympathy floral arrangements help show your love and support for those who are grieving.

Contact McKenzie Street Floral Design for your customized arrangement, and please accept our condolences for the loss of your loved one.

Tip: There are many ways to honor the memory of a loved one with flowers.

Flowers sent to the funeral home serve as a symbol of love, sympathy and eternity at the service. Lilies are most commonly associated with funerals, however, McKenzie‘s floral designers can customize your wreath, spray or arrangement to reflect the spirit of the South, or the favorite flowers of your loved one.

Sympathy flowers are sent to the home of the deceased and are addressed to the family member or friend who has suffered the recent loss. Small or mid-sized arrangements are most appropriate as they can be used on mantels or as centerpieces to brighten the home and the spirits of the bereaved.

Traditionally, the family orders the flowers for the casket, so check with close family members if you were planning to order flowers for this purpose.

View a List of Funeral Homes We Serve

Baldwin Memorial Cemetery – 20058 US Highway 90 Robertsdale, AL (251) 947-3828


Cason Funeral Services – 15213 Alabama 59 Foley, AL (251) 975-2273


Mack Funeral Home Inc. – 22154 Alabama 59 Robertsdale, AL (251) 947-7781


Memorial Gardens Fairhope – 19698 S Greeno Rd, Fairhope, AL (251) 929-0014


Pine Rest Funeral Home – 16541 U.S. 98, Foley, AL (251) 943-5667


Wolfe Bayview Funeral Home – 2551 S McKenzie St, Foley, AL (251) 943-2391


Wolfe Bayview Funeral Home – 19698 S Greeno Rd, Fairhope, AL (251) 990-7775


Wolfe Bayview Funeral Home – 27409 US Highway 98 Daphne, AL (251) 625-2900

You will see examples of McKenzie Street floral designs below. Call us at (251) 955-2325 to discuss your preferred floral arrangement.

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1 Comment

  1. Kyle Winters says:

    Flowers really are one of the oldest ways to help comfort someone after a major loss and the reason that they’ve been around so long is because it is a tried and true method. I particularly like that the article reminds readers to contact the family who is holding the burial first. If you’re planning to buy flowers for the deceased’s casket then you want to make sure that they won’t clash.

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