Tesco Tesco Flowers & vases

Who says “tribute”, speaks of gestures, rites,symbols … The flower is one, and not least. On the occasion of a civil or religious ceremony, the floral decoration, natural or artificial, occupies a place of choice. It allows to remember the personality of the deceased and gives the opportunity to the entourage to express his pain, his gratitude, his friendship. A ray of light and sweetness at a time when the affliction overwhelms the loved ones of the deceased.

Artificial Tesco TescoFlowers

Artificial Tesco Tesco Flowers offer a replica of nature,durable and true to its natural cousins. They allow a lasting tribute of the entourage,with ever more success. Indeed, the materials used as well as the assembly techniques make the artificial flower a real decorative object, sometimes more real than nature  !

Creations that do not date from yesterday. Indeed, the Egyptians and the Chinese already copy, several thousand years before our era,the ephemeral beauty of the Tesco Tesco Flowers. Thus, colored horns, cut mica and bamboo were used to immortalize nature, to the delight of the women of the Chinese aristocracy in particular.

In France, artificial Tesco Tesco Flowers appeared in the middle Ages under the influence of Italian artists, who reproduced the floral luxuriance with casts. Fashion seized these creations to embellish the hats of elegant Parenthesis.

Before being the stars of fashion, artificial Tesco Tesco Flowers were mainly used for funeral decoration. Fabric, flexible metal and dyes were then used for the design of decorative crowns at funerals.

The most popular Tesco Tesco Flowers are roses, symbols of love, chrysanthemums, reflections of eternity, or carnations, expression of pain and eternal fidelity.

LIFETIME

Artificial Tesco Tesco Flowers on the outside have a shelf life of 6 months to a year depending on the sun exposure that discolors the textile.

Natural Tesco Tesco Flowers

Ubiquitous on the occasion of a secular tribute, natural Tesco Tesco Flowers are also highly appreciated in the context of religious ceremonies,except for Judaism and Islam, who prefer them respectively a pebble and sand,thrown on the coffin before closing the grave.

Rackets, cushions, baskets, cups, “water bombs” or potted plants, budgets invested in floral art are often substantial.

Natural Tesco Tesco Flowers are ephemeral by nature.

Funeral Tesco Tesco Flowers

Filed in the coffin to accompany the body in its place of burial, they can also be displayed on the coffin or on the funerary monument in different forms

Symbolic Tesco Tesco Flowers

Each flower has its symbolism, its hidden meaning, and its coded message. If they recall the ephemeral and transient nature of life, all are however there to restore hope to the entourage in mourning. The white color is often preferred for the funerals of young children; red is a sign of love… But each essence has its specific meaning:

  • Absinthe: Pain of heart, absence, separation
  • Acanthus: unwavering love
  • Adonis: Painful memory
  • Ageratum: Trust
  • Agrimony: Gratitude, gratitude
  • Aloe: Grief
  • Althea: Purity of feelings
  • Amaranth: lasting love, immortality
  • Columbine: sadness, loneliness, absence, sorrow
  • Anemone: Renunciation, sadness
  • Arum: Representation of the soul
  • Asphodel: Rejection of the past, abandoned heart
  • Astragalus: Comfort
  • Hawthorn: Hope
  • Begonia: Friendship, sincere thoughts
  • Bleuet: Faithful eternal, purity of feelings
  • Heather: Strength, strong love feeling
  • Cactus: Mother’s love
  • Blue bellflower: Attachment, friendship
  • Celosia: Fidelity, constancy, immortality
  • Honeysuckle: Friendship, love
  • Chrysanthemum: Eternity
  • Hemlock: Attachment in pain, painful memory
  • Poppy: Consolation, rest, tranquility
  • Cypress: Mourning, dead love, regrets, tears
  • Dahlia: Recognition
  • Orange blossom: Eternal love
  • Raspberry: Remorse
  • Charcoal : Eternal Memories
  • White Gardenia : Loyalty
  • Juniper : Protection
  • White Gentian : Extreme Suffering Due to Absence
  • Gerbera : Deep love, tender thoughts, wonder
  • White Wallflower : Constant Fidelity
  • Hélénie : Tears
  • If (branch) : Grief, sadness, affliction
  • Immortal : Eternal regrets, pain that will not go away
  • Daffodil : Melancholy
  • Laurel : Eternity, glory
  • Ivy : Friendship, fidelity, attachment
  • Lis : Purity, innocence
  • Marguerite : Innocence, purity
  • Peppermint : Warm feelings
  • Spearmint : Depth of feelings
  • Myosotis : sincere love
  • Blueberry : Loneliness, forgetfulness, death, nothingness
  • Nigella : Love Links
  • Hazel tree : Reconciliation
  • Marigold : Separation
  • Blood Red Carnation : Broken Heart
  • Pink carnation : Fidelity
  • Daisy : Affection, friendship
  • Poppy : Eternal sleep, death
  • Thought : Loving Thinking
  • Snowdrops : Hope in Better Days, Trial
  • Pe r venche : Sweet memories
  • Pimpernel : Unique love
  • Sweet pea : Departure
  • Primrose : Youth, renewal   
  • Rhododendron : First love
  • Bramble : Punishment, injustice
  • Rose : Love, shared love
  • Purple pink : Sadness, sorrow
  • Dark red rose : Love for life
  • Willow : Mourning
  • Weeping willow : Pain, tears paid to the disappearance of the dear person
  • Saxifrage : Affection, despair
  • Scabious : Soul in mourning
  • Seringa : Memory
  • White Serringa : Eternal Love
  • Concern : Grief, grief, despair
  • Tamaris : Protection
  • Thlaspi : Consolation
  • Thyme : Impossible forgetting
  • Tuberose : Deadly Thinking
  • Black tulip : Intense suffering
  • Red tulip : eternal love
  • Virginia creeper : Brotherly love
  • Yucca : Until death
  • The Tesco Tesco Flowers will certainly remain for years components of the funerary ritual.

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