Many people choose to take a light-hearted approach to their exit of the physical world. A funeral does not have to be all doom and gloom, and neither does a gravestone! Need a little laughter in spite of a looming funeral? Or need some epitaph inspiration for keeping a smile on people’s faces long after the funeral?
Here is a list of some interesting things that might take more work and time to put together but they are always very much appreciated.
1. Timeline - a great way to highlight achievements and struggles
A timeline of the life of the deceased is a great yet such...
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Memorial Booklets are a way to honour and commemorate the life of a loved one. They not only serve the purpose of providing information about the funeral service but also act as a reminder of the loved one. It is important to create a booklet that is beautiful in both design and content to rightfully honour the memories of the beloved person.
A Funeral Order of Service Booklet] is a customised printed document that highlights the main aspects of the funeral service and mentions the order of rituals that would be carried for the deceased.
When someone is important to us, we remember them. We remember the good times we shared. We remember the bad. And after their passing, we remember saying goodbye at their funeral. To commemorate our memories we hold on to keepsakes, photos and other souvenirs. But, how can we hold on to the final farewell?