Planning A Beautiful Service

Planning A Beautiful Service

  • Dust To Dust: 4 Special Ways To Care For Your Loved One's Ashes

    If your loved one has recently passed away and they wanted to be cremated, you might be left wondering how to honor their memory. It's nice to know that there are many beautiful and unique ways to preserve ashes in a dignified and loving manner. If you don't want to scatter your loved one's ashes, you don't have to. Here are several special ways you can honor your loved one and hold on to their ashes.

  • Benefits Of Pre-Planning Your Funeral

    Pre-planning your own funeral is something that's being talked about more and more often. There are a few major benefits to taking your funeral arrangements into your own hands.  Relieve Your Grieving Family of the Burden Pre-planning your funeral may bring up some uncomfortable emotions, but it helps to alleviate the discomfort of your family in the long run. Planning a funeral while mourning a death can be heart-wrenching; by planning your funeral ahead of time, you can save your family this burden and allow them to focus on grieving.

  • Helpful Tips for Saving Money When You Are Arranging a Funeral

    If you are getting ready to start arranging a funeral, you might find that you are starting to wonder what everything is going to cost and if it will be affordable with the budget that you have. To help save money, you need to take a look at the following tips. Limit the Number of Viewing Days While it would be nice to have as many days of viewing as possible, you will want to remember that you have to pay for each day you reserve one of the rooms in the funeral home for the viewing.

  • 3 Religions. 3 Funerals. 3 Different Takes On Flower Etiquette

    If you've been tasked with choosing the flowers for a funeral arrangement of a religious friend, and you know absolutely nothing about flowers or their religion, don't panic. This article will help you out. One way you could go about the task is to simply call up the funeral home and order an arrangement. The problem with doing that is that the florist might provide you with flowers that are not appropriate for the deceased's religion.

  • Tips For Creating The Best Funeral Program For Your Loved One

    If you have been asked to create the funeral program for your loved one, this can be a difficult task. This is especially true if you were not given much notice, which is often the case with a funeral. Below are some tips to help make this job much easier for you. Use Templates to Create the Funeral Program Instead of creating and designing the template on your own, you can use free program templates to give you a good place to start.

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When my mom passed away, my dad and I were charged with the task of planning a funeral that everyone would love. Unfortunately, this would prove to be a difficult task, since many of my mom's relatives didn't speak English. We mulled over what to do, and we decided to meet with the funeral director for a few tips. He told us a few ideas for how to make the experience easy for everyone to understand, and we implemented his suggestions. It was incredible how much easier it made things on the day of the funeral. Read here for more funeral arrangement tips so that you aren't left stressing about more than you need to.