Memorial Crosses by Graveside Flowers

Rose Cross - Red
Rose Cross - Pink
Rose Cross - Yellow
Lily Cross - Yellow
Lily Cross - White
Lily Memorial Cross with Fuchsia Flowers - 22 Inch
Lily Memorial Cross with Purple Flowers - 22 Inch
Lily Memorial Cross with Lavender Flowers - 22 Inch
White Wood Trellis with Lavender and White Flowers - 18 Inch
White Wood Memorial Trellis with Pink and White Flowers
White Wood Memorial Trellis with Yellow and White Flowers
White Wood Memorial Trellis with Purple and White Flowers
White Wood Memorial Cross with Orange Flowers - 24 Inch
White Wood Memorial Cross with Pink Flowers - 24 Inch
White Wood Memorial Cross with Yellow Flowers - 18 Inch
White Wood Memorial Cross with Red Flowers - 18 Inch
White Wood Memorial Cross with Purple Flowers - 18 Inch
Natural Wood Memorial Cross with Yellow Flowers - 18 Inch  BLOW OUT SALE !! 50% OFF
Natural Wood Memorial Cross - Red Flowers - 18 Inch  BLOW OUT SALE !! 50% OFF
Natural Wood Memorial Cross - Blue Flowers - 18 Inch  BLOW OUT SALE !! 50% OFF

History of Memorial Crosses – There is evidence that mankind has used the cross as both a religious symbol and an ornament since the dawn of civilization. Objects dating back way before the Christian era depicting the cross in one form or another have been found in almost every part of the world. Some think it may have represented a tool used in kindling fires. Fire, of course, was sacred as it was absolutely necessary for survival. The sun was also recognized as sacred and some historians think the cross represents the sun with the points showing its daily rotation. It was not until the Bronze Age that the cross is found in its more present day form. Through Christian art, the image of the modern day cross became widespread. One historian believes the cross was not just ornamental but became a symbol of consecration especially in relation to burial.


Today’s Graveside Crosses – Today, crosses are generally used as a symbol of Christianity or as an expression of a person’s faith in God. It reminds Christians that Jesus was triumphant over sin and death and through his death and resurrection He gave us all eternal life in heaven. The cross is a symbol of God’s sacrifice to save us.


Graveside Cross Selection - Our wood crosses are conveniently designed to be driven into the ground near the grave marker. We have several styles to choose ranging from 18-22 inches. Varieties include natural wood, white, white trellis styles, a satin lily cross and a poinsettia Christmas cross. All crosses are enhanced with beautiful, silk flowers including carnations, roses and poinsettias.


Shipping & Delivery of Graveside Crosses – Ordering is a simple two-step process and we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and money orders for your convenience. Your order will be placed within 48 hours and shipping from our home office in Kansas usually takes 1-3 days. Your graveside cross will come packaged in a sturdy cardboard box to make sure it arrives in good condition. It will arrive by United States Postal Service Priority Mail®. Don’t forget Graveside Flowers also offers free shipping on all orders over $49.