Helpful, comforting & healing gifts for friends in need
Our sympathy gifts are a thoughtful gesture that can go a long way when trying to show your love and support for someone who is grieving the loss of a dear friend or family member.
Is there a “right thing” to say or do when a friend or colleague informs you that they are dealing with a death in the family, divorce, or a life-threatening illness? How can you express your sympathy in an appropriate and heartfelt manner to someone who is experiencing grief?
With our sympathy gift boxes we make it easier for you to show your love and support to your loved one who is facing such difficult times. You can rest assured that our thoughtfully curated gift boxes will nourish their hearts during a challenging time.
How does it work?
During a difficult time, a personalised gift can be extremely meaningful. You choose how to comfort your friend with our 'build your own' box option, and we take care of the rest.
Find your box
Choose either a pre-made gift box or create your own gift box, based on your loved one’s needs. Go to the gift boxes tab or the build your own tab. Or click the image and it will automatically take you there.
When you purchase one of our pre-made sympathy gift boxes, do know that you can also add extra products by going to the build your own box area and simply add the items to your shopping cart.
At checkout you can write a personal message to accompany your chosen gift box. We will then hand write the message on the forget-you-not bloom postcard.
We will lovingly wrap and package your sympathy gift box and post it directly to your loved one. Your loved one will forever remember your beautiful gesture.
Ways to show your support
It can be hard to know how to console a friend or relative who is grieving. If it seems that nothing you can do or say helps, don’t give up. You can’t take the pain away, but your presence is more important than it seems. Accept that you can’t fix the situation or make your friend or relative feel better. Instead just be present and offer hope and a positive outlook toward the future. Recognize that grief is a gradual process.
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