Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller's tomb at Hellerup cemetery is decorated with flowers from the funeral in Holmen's Church on Saturday afternoon.
The amount of flower bouquets from the funeral yesterday in Holmen's Church is so enormous that employees from the Bering flowers has been responsible for floral arrangement in the church, spent several hours trying to put them right in five long rows here in the cemetery in Hellerup.
Front left is the heart of red roses, which the family has put at Maersk's grave. Beside the heart bouquet is the wreath from the royal house, where roses in red, pink and yellow blends beautifully. The grave is adorned with flowers in white and blue.
picture gallery (big photos): http://stiften.dk/livssti...alleri-maersks-begravelse
The heart of roses and the wreath from the DRF are just beautiful!
However, I need to say that - for my taste - that would actually have almost been enough. As beautiful as these huge lines of flower arrangements are, it annoys me to think how much money has gone into this (here, a very average arrangement for a funeral costs around 100€), only to say that "Look, Family / Company XY has spent some money for Maersk as well!" More of an advertising, really.
I understand that the closest family lays down something, but the others spending money on it always bugs me. It´s not as if it would help the deceased in any way, and this money could be spent so much better.