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It is always best to write accompanying condolence messages for funeral flowers on a card, most flower shops in Malaysia will help you print accordingly. Just inform your florist the messages that you like to use or ask for a recommendation if you’re unfamiliar. The message should be brief and thoughtful.
Most commonly used condolence message is Deepest Condolences, which is 深切哀悼 in chinese.
In the west, the message needs to be addressed to the deceased instead of the family but in Malaysia, you can do it both ways. For example when Janet’s mother passed away. You can address it to “Janet and Family”. From our experience, most people will address the person they know(and their family).
As for the designs of the card, just keep it simple and colour in black and white will do.
The accompanying message is intended to give the final words or goodbyes to the deceased person. It is a significant aspect of the bereavement process. So, you need to be careful about the choice of words and show extra special care.
Below are some commonly used messages in Chinese and messages in English for your reference. There are hundreds of other messages but what we listed here are the ones we see used the most regularly by our clients in Kuala Lumpur.
The most frequently used messages used in KL are a variety of the following messages.