Here is the February 2017 funeral links collection. In this monthly resource, you’ll find embalming alternatives that get away from nasty formaldehyde, a photo gallery of inlay cremation urns, The Sad Book, meditative prose from a man who lost his spouse and is wondering what to do with her remains, and much more. Continue reading February 2017 Funeral Links
From the reader mailbag, a question about an urn that can hold two persons, but not at the same time. First, here is the note we received: Continue reading Mailbag: An urn that can hold two persons, but not at the same time
We’ve recently found out that millennials are ruining just about everything. From golf to manners and even relationships, millennials are blamed for killing all sorts of traditions, trends, and trades. As a millennial myself, I say we should embrace the reality of our wake of devastation and take it all the way to the grave. Literally.
Here, then, is The Millennial’s Guide to Killing Funerals. Continue reading The Millennial’s Guide to Killing Funerals
This children’s picture book opens with a cheery drawing of a smiling man.
“This is me being sad.” Continue reading Children’s Book Review: Michael Rosen’s Sad Book
Cremated ashes, also known as cremated remains, are the bone matter that is left once the cremation process is complete. Many people would like to know, What are cremated ashes like? Let’s find out. Continue reading What are cremated ashes like?
Embalming is still a very common and popular option provided by funeral homes and morticians. But the standard embalming practice uses formaldehyde, which has many downsides and we think it’s on the way out. Here we take a look at embalming alternatives that avoid formaldehyde. Continue reading Embalming Alternatives That Avoid Formaldehyde
In our January 2017 funeral links collection, you’ll find funeral trends for the new year, a DIY living centerpiece that turns into memorial service favors, cremation urns and ash scattering regulations, final text messages, the Strange Art of the Posthumous Portrait, our most popular products and posts of 2016, and more. Continue reading January 2017 Funeral Links
Cremation jewelry for ashes offers you a beautiful, meaningful, and lasting way to keep your loved one close to your heart. By placing a small amount of cremated remains – “ashes” – into a heart-shaped cremation urn pendant, you will be showcasing your eternal love everytime you put on your heirloom memorial necklace. Continue reading Affordable Heart Pendant Cremation Jewelry for Ashes
Here is the gorgeous Sailing Ship Octagon Wood Cremation Urn, just one of our many 3-Dimensional Inlay Art Series of premium wood cremation urns. Continue reading Sailing Ship Octagon Wood Cremation Urn
As the new year kicks off, here are the 2017 Funeral Trends of note. At the end you’ll find some tips (for both consumers and funeral professionals) to make the most of these trends in making final arrangements, planning funerals, and hosting memorial services. Continue reading 2017 Funeral Trends