Easel sprays are often sent to funerals as a final tribute by family members, friends, businesses, or organizations to pay respects to a loved one.
Family members many times want coordinating easels to flank each end of the casket from children and/or grandchildren. The first two sprays were fall mixed easels to coordinate for their mom and grandmother. One was more elaborate, while the other was smaller in size.
Red and white mixed easel.
Yellow Rose easel.
Pink and white mixed flowers.
Pink and purple mixed easel.
Tropical style easel (please excuse the bad lighting - it was much prettier in person.)
Mixed easels in blue, orange, red, yellow mixed flowers for each end of the casket.
Sometimes customers want an wreath that will last or that the family can take home or leave at the cemetery and keep as a memorial piece. Grapevine wreaths are a good choice for this. The wreath above was for a baby boy, so they want blue burlap roses added into the wreath. I try to keep some silk wreaths made up and ready on short notice. Some will be available in my etsy shop or I usually have some silk flowers on hand to create new pieces. I also try to keep a few crosses that can be added into the wreaths.
For the Cowboy - Western wreaths.
The following three easels was a combined effort of Angea and myself (she made 2 easels on left.) They were made to coordinate with the spring casket spray in yellow, orange, purple, green, and blue.