Laser-engraving a photo onto the wood of a beautiful cremation urn will make a stunning tribute to your loved one. We are proud to offer several varieties of engraved photo urns for your consideration.
The Vision Engraved Photo Cremation Urn is a masterpiece of technology and craftmanship. Made from solid walnut with a maple insert upon which the photograph and personalized name and dates are laser-engraved, this unique cremation urn is a wonderful memorial to your loved one.
Our Photo Engraved Cremation Urn is another marvellous work of art. Made from solid maple, this photo urn is available in an upright vertical design, as shown, or in a shorter and wider horizontal shape. Choose your design based on the shape or desired placement of the photograph. Personalized text engraving is included on this urn.
In addition to these engraved wood urns, we also offer a variety of cremation urns that hold an actual photograph in a picture frame built into the urn; see here.
If you’re looking for the perfect cremation urn for a truck driver, our newest addition to the Urns Northwest product line may be the perfect memorial for your loved one.
The Trucker Cremation Urn features an incredibly detailed semi-truck driving through the countryside, passing an idyllic farmhouse on an old country road, with the moon setting in the distance. A beautiful and fitting memorial for your big-rig driving loved one.
If this is the perfect cremation urn for your loved one, enter the following coupon code at checkout when purchasing the Trucker Riding Home Cremation Urn for $15.00 off our already-low-price of $365.00:
Coupon code for cremation urn is valid until 12/1/2010. We offer free shipping on all orders over $130.00.
The Covered Bridge Laser Engraved Cremation Urn features a beautiful pathway and a timeless covered bridge. Available in solid oak, walnut (as shown), or maple. These cremation urns are made from quality hardwoods and laser engraved with the finest detail, revealing true Northwest ingenuity and craftmanship. An ideal and affordable funeral urn for the hiker or outdoor lover. Many other designs available in this gorgeous series.
When someone you love dies, it is hard to know what to do. Chances are, you’ve happened upon this blog because you’re searching for a cremation urn or beginning to research what to for a spouse or relative who has died or is nearing the end. And as you know, it is a difficult time.
Cremation is a process by which the natural decay of the human body over time is sped up artificially. If done thoughtfully and with grace, the process can stand as a poignant acknowledgement of the human condition, and as such, can be a valuable means for those who experience the loss of a loved one to accept the realities of a world in which life and death are the norm.
The details involved in a memorial service, a burial or scattering service, and the final disposition of a loved one are many and varied, and are usually handled well by those to whom we turn in these times – funeral home directors, pastors, other or older family members, experienced friends. But remember that you have a say in these details, and that what you say through the details can help to honor the memory of a loved one and to ease the difficulty of their passing.
Some of those details center on the handling of the cremains, or burial ashes, during the memorial service and at the actual burial. The crematorium will deposit the cremains in a plastic bag, which is placed in a cheap plastic or cardboard container. If you choose to bury or scatter the cremains, rather than keeping them nearby as a treasured memory in one of our beautiful hardwood urns, then the choice of how you bury or scatter the ashes of your loved one can be an opportunity to celebrate their life.
This is why we at Urns Northwest are proud to offer a line of eco-friendly urns. These biodegradable cremation urns are beautiful enough to display at the memorial service (which eliminates the cost of renting a temporary urn from the funeral home), and, more importantly, provides an attractive and environmentally friendly way for you to engage in the process of returning the remains of your loved one back to the dust of the earth.
“Return to the ground,
for out of it you were taken;
for you are dust,
and to dust you shall return.”
– Genesis 3:19
You can celebrate the life of your beloved husband, wife, son, daughter, father, mother, friend, or mentor by celebrating their return to the earth. Here is an eco-friendly biodegradable urn to celebrate the passing seasons in life:
Or honor the memory of the ocean lover by disposition of the cremains through this water scattering urn, which is engineered to float for about 5 minutes before descending to the final resting place in the deep:
And here is our most popular eco-friendly cremation urn, the Journey Earthurn Biodegradable Urn:
Remember, you have the choice of how to bring your loved on to their final resting place. Listen to the advice of experienced friends, family members, pastors, and funeral home directors, but ultimately do what most celebrates the life of an incredible individual.