Planning a Memorial Service

  • Tips For Handling Cremation Services When Someone Leaves Behind Few Mourners

    6 February 2018

    When a loved one passes on, saying good-bye is never going to be an easy process. It can be many times more complicated when few mourners are left behind. Try not to stress about this aspect of the service. You don't need the extra pressure during this already difficult time. Keep in mind that it makes sense that not everyone will leave behind dozens of people to attend a cremation service.

  • Need To Plan A Memorable Funeral On A Budget? Here's How To Do It

    2 December 2017

    If you have been placed in charge of putting together funeral services, but you are working within a tight budget, you might start to worry whether or not what you plan will be suitable and memorable enough. As long as you are making use of some or all of the following bits of advice, this should not be a major problem for you: Skip The Expensive Casket While some of the family and friends might glance over the casket, the expense of it is not usually something that crosses their mind.

  • 3 Things To Avoid Saying At A Friend's Funeral

    7 November 2017

    Death is a part of life, so you will most likely face the passing of a family member or friend at one point in your life. If you have not experienced loss, you may not be familiar with the etiquette rules to follow when you pay your respects at a visitation or funeral service. If you have recently lost a friend and will be paying your respects to the deceased's family members, here are a few things you should avoid saying at the funeral.

  • Planning For Your Own Future? 4 Strategies For Saving Money On Your Funeral Arrangements

    22 October 2017

    No one wants to think about it, but it's something that will eventually affect everyone. If you haven't started planning your funeral, you should. If you don't, your loved ones will be left to do it for you. Taking care of the preparations yourself will ensure that you get the funeral you want and that you save your family members the emotional toll that planning a funeral can take. Planning your own funeral can also save your family some money.

  • Five Ways To Memorialize A Loved One

    3 October 2017

    Memorializing a loved one is a bittersweet thing to do. On one side, grieving may stop you from doing this task. On the other, the desire to cling to the memory of your departed encourages you to think of creative ways to memorialize them. When you're looking at options for funerals and after, here are five creative ways to memorialize a loved one. Headstone Opting for a traditional headstone does not automatically mean you cannot get creative.

  • Four Reasons To Choose Cremation

    14 September 2017

    If you are considering pre-planning your funeral, you may be considering whether to choose cremation or burial. Cremation does come with a several benefits, and it might be worth going over them before you make your decision. Here are just some of the many benefits of choosing cremation. No Need For A Burial Plot It can sometimes be difficult for families to decide where a loved one should be laid to rest.

  • Things To Consider When Planning Your Funeral Arrangements In Advance

    4 September 2017

    Planning your funeral arrangements in advance is a thoughtful parting gift to your family. Planning a funeral of a loved one is very stressful and it has to be done at a time of sorrow which makes it even worse. You can spare your family the pain and stress by making all of the arrangements yourself and you can even pay for your funeral in advance. Here are some things you can have planned out.