As every year, on November 1, i.e. on the Solemnity of All Saints, we pray for the souls of the deceased and visit the graves of our loved ones. We light candles on them and often decorate them with bunches. Many of us then ask ourselves the question – a bouquet made of live or rather artificial flowers? Which one is better to choose? What are their prices and types? To facilitate the selection, we will try to answer these questions.
The Solemnity of All Saints, which is a day off from work, always occurs November 1. This time it will be it Tuesday. It is a time of reflection, prayer and remembrance of the dead, during which we want the graves of our loved ones to be beautifully decorated not only with numerous candles, but also with beautiful, colorful wreaths and bouquets.
We can buy wreaths and bouquets both online and in every florist’s shop and at stands located right next to the cemetery. Sometimes, however, orders must be placed well in advance. The question then arises as to what is best to buy. Live or artificial flowers?
Many people cannot imagine a bunch other than living flowers. They attract the eye with their beauty, unusual colors and scent. They are decorations during various kinds of holidays, funerals and All Saints’ Day. They make the ceremony even more wonderful, reminding us that our loved ones are alive, but in a different dimension. It is also worth adding that they are more environmentally friendly than their artificial counterparts.
Source From: Gazetakrakowska