Fresh cut yellow roses and ivy greens plus baby’s breath designed and arranged to fit in the wall-mounted vase of a mausoleum crypt or niche. Vase not included.
See our Concierge service for direct grave site placement with verification
Roses, famous symbol of love, colors represent kinds of love. Examples, red represents passion, yellow represents friendship, pink symbolizes admiration and gentle love. Violet and lavender represent love at first sight.
Yellow rose represents friendship, joy and caring. A bouquet of these sun-filled blossoms conveys warmth, gladness and affection
Substitutions may be necessary to ensure your arrangement is delivered in a timely manner. The utmost care and attention is given to your order to ensure that it is as similar as possible to the requested item.
- In arrangements of assorted flowers, the colors shown online will be used if at all possible, even if this means substituting other kinds of flowers of equal or greater value.
- For one-of-a-kind flower arrangements, such as all roses or all lilies, we will make every attempt to match the flower type, but may substitute with another color.
- If the floral container shown online is not available, a similar container will be used.
Who We Are
Memory Lane Memorials silk & fresh flowers for grave-side presentation. We are a small, but savvy business, eager to serve using our professional expertise. Our business partnership is located in east Texas. MLM is managed by business professionals with 65 plus years of supply chain experience. It is our desire for MLM to be successful in order to serve you. Who else is going to provide superior quality floral arrangements at an affordable price delivered to your loved one?s grave? MLM is your dependable resource. Your concierge of grave-site flowers. We make it happen for you. We solicit your business. Our success is totally dependent on you, our customers.
Issues or concerns regarding your purchase? Please call us. We will make every effort to provide current status and resolve issues.
MLM uses exclusively designed handmade superior silk floral arrangements and decorations for grave sites, headstones, mausoleums, crypts, columbariums and more.
If needed, our wreathes, sprays, and other cemetery flowers come complete with ground stakes. The MLM headstone sprays come with saddles for easy setup and display of your loved ones permanent flower arrangements. Our silk arrangements are resistant to sun-fade, rain and extreme climate changes. Cemetery decorations are made to withstand continuous outdoor exposure.
Our varied and versatile cemetery vases are uniquely designed to be placed directly in the ground. Most vases (except the cone shape) come with a removable spike allowing easy insertion into existing permanent on-site vases.
Memory Lane Memorials was established as a Concierge of grave-site 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.
If you have special need or a requirement not offered here or on our website, please call us at grave -flowers. We will make every effort to expeditiously accommodate your needs.
What is Concierge? (phonetic pronunciation: k??-?syerzh or kän-s?-?erzh)
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.