Planning A Beautiful Service

Planning A Beautiful Service

  • 4 Ways Technology Is Changing The Look Of Funerals

    While the tradition of funerals often remains constant, technology has brought some new innovations that help to provide comfort for grieving friends and families. Here are just a few advances to keep in mind when planning a funeral service for a loved one. Live Streaming Funeral Services Live streaming makes it possible for friends and family from all over the country to be present at the funeral services without having to travel.

  • Similarities And Differences Between Cremation And Embalming Services

    If you have recently lost a loved one, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the number of funeral options available. However, the two most common types of funeral services are the standard embalming of a body or cremation. Here a few similarities and differences between the two services so that you can effectively compare them: Memorial Service A memorial service can be performed for a cremation as well as for a body that has been embalmed.

  • Use These Three Suggestions to Avoid Stress While Planning a Funeral

    Having to plan a funeral for someone you care deeply about can be overwhelming. Here are a few suggestions that can help you prevent hardships so that the funeral can proceed without causing you more stress than you can handle. Divide Up the Work to Avoid Being Overwhelmed You may have loved someone so much that you feel personally responsible for planning every aspect of their funeral. However, you may just not feel well enough to do everything by yourself.

  • Minimizing Funeral Costs

    Planning a funeral can be an emotionally and financially draining experience, and although only your friends and family can help ease the emotional strain, this guide can help minimize the financial drain.  The first step in planning any event is to determine the budget. Theaverage funeral with burial costs about $8,500 and the average funeral with cremation costs about $6,000. Many people prepay some funeral costs or have life insurance that can help pay for the funeral, so be sure to identify all financial sources before making any purchases or signing contracts.

  • 4 Tips For Getting Through A Funeral When You're Grieving

    Attending a loved one's funeral when you're in the middle of very raw, acute grief can be incredibly challenging. All you want to do is curl up into a ball and cry, but instead you have to attend a ceremony that will remind you of your loss, and interact with people when you may not be up to it. Many people have been in your difficult situation, and you should know that you can and will get through it.

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Planning A Beautiful Service

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.