Are flowers inappropriate to send for a jewish funeral?

Answer On One Hand: Flowers Are Not Usually AcceptableJewish funerals and mourning practices are distinguished by their simplicity. People do not usually send flowers. In addition, embalming and cosmetics... Read More »

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Flowers for a Jewish Funeral?

According to the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism in New York, Jewish tradition teaches that Jewish funeral rites are both scared and simple. Jews are typically not embalmed and are usually... Read More »

Are flowers allowed at Jewish funeral homes?

There are no flowers allowed at a Jewish funeral. In fact, it is inappropriate to have flowers or music during a Jewish funeral. They also avoid embalming the body or allowing mourners to view it... Read More »

Would it be inappropriate to send my physician a card & bouquet of flowers to thank him for my prostate exam?

As I am not male and have never been in on any of my male friends' prostrate exams, I've always wondered something, and for some reason, I feel I can ask you this question. During the exam, which I... Read More »

Do you have to send a thank you card for flowers after a funeral?

On One Hand: Recognized EtiquetteBereaved family members who have received flowers after the death of a loved one should write a short thank-you letter to the sender, the Emily Post Institute advis... Read More »