Pink Roses Galore Vase is handmade silk arrangement includes 21 stems of pink roses, baby’s breath, and long leaf greenery.
The arrangement is displayed in a 9.5 inch, green Perma-Plastic vase with floral foam inserts to stabilize the bouquet.
Pink Roses Galore Vase is weather-resistant arrangement stands 26 inches tall.
It comes with a green vase with removable spike that enables an easy fit or drops flush into an existing on-site permanent vase.
Pink Roses Galore Vase is perfect for grave-site remembrance
OPTIONAL DIRECT GRAVE SITE PLACEMENT REQUIRES CONCIERGE SERVICE; includes delivery, placement, photo verification and/or certification
Memory Lane Memorials (MLM) was established as Concierge of gravesite flowers for those of us who are unable (impeded by time and/or distance) to attend the grave-site or memorial personally. MLM offers personalized delivery and placement of floral arrangements to most cemeteries and mausoleums across the US. Pertinent grave location information is required. We make it happen for you.
Photo verification is included and/or optional placement certification. Photo verification is of the flower placement at the grave-site. The written certification is by the floral placing official or Memory Lane Memorials that the floral arrangement as selected has been placed at the designated grave-site. Photo and/or certification are transmitted to customer electronically immediately after placement. Either or both services are through our Concierge … your personal flower servant who gets it done.
If you have special need or a requirement not offered on our website, please call us direct 334-467-4114 or email@example.com. We will make every effort to expeditiously accommodate your needs.
What is Concierge? (phonetic pronunciation: kōⁿ-ˈsyerzh or kän-sē-ˈerzh)
So what exactly is a concierge?? The short version here is that it is simply another word for personal assistant.
Although more and more people are becoming familiar with the term “concierge,” very few know where this customer-service based profession originated. The word “concierge” evolves from the French comte Des cierges, the “keeper of the candler,” a term that referred to the servant who attended to the whims of visiting noblemen at medieval castles. Eventually, the name “concierge” came to stand for keeper of the keys at public buildings, especially hotels. There is even a famous prison in Paris that is called The Conciergerie, in honor of the warden who kept the keys and assigned cells to the inmates.