Here is an easy DIY project to create a colorful and uniquely personalized memorial table centerpiece. Ideal for your loved one’s funeral or memorial service, you can make this DIY blooming monogram memorial table centerpiece in a variety of styles: single initial, 3-letter monogram, or full name. This one can be put together fairly quickly, so it’s simple to customize to your tastes and timeframe. Continue reading DIY Blooming Monogram Memorial Table Centerpiece
Our new line of premium Sterling Silver Cremation Jewelry is designed to help you to keep your loved one close to your heart. In collaboration with an expert jeweler with over twenty years in the industry, these memorial jewerly art pieces are individually constructed to order for you right here in the USA using the finest materials and craftsmanship. Continue reading Premium Sterling Silver Cremation Jewelry
A recent commenter mentioned that they were planning on using their loved one’s ashes to make memorial garden stones, because gardening was one of the things they loved most.
I immediately thought, What a unique and personal! Kudos to the family for creativity and for honoring their loved one’s memory in a special way. Continue reading Make memorial garden stones with loved one’s ashes
You’re considering a memorial tattoo; something unique that represents a departed loved one in a special way. While you’re perfecting the design, consider this: You can use your memorial tattoo design on a memorial cremation urn. Continue reading How to get a memorial tattoo & matching cremation urn
Tips about gift ideas for mothers who have lost a child are best coming from moms who have experience in this area of grief.
Below, we’ve compiled a list of 15 compassionate gifts for grieving moms from blog posts, comments, and gift lists curated by those who know. Links to resources are included at the end of the post. Please note that some of the links below include affiliate links.Continue reading 15 Compassionate Gifts for Grieving Moms
Most funerals, memorials, and life celebration events will include some sort of memorial service guest book. The purpose of these guest books is to allow the deceased’s family to see and remember how many people have been touched and affected by their life.Continue reading 18 Totally Unique Memorial Service Guest Book Ideas
Funeral hacks include anything that helps make the final arrangements easier or more affordable. We share them with you in hopes that you can benefit by gleaning ideas and inspiration for the funeral or memorial service.
A photo engraved onto a cremation urn is a beautiful tribute to your loved one. We’ve found our photo cremation urns to be among our most popular and cherished memorial urns, preserving a loved one’s character in a special way. Continue reading How to get a photo engraved onto a cremation urn
Don’t Tiptoe Around the Mistletoe
It’s the holiday season, and someone close to you has lost a loved one. Our natural tendency, for many of us, is to emit some generic phrases of condolence, then avoid the issue altogether. Don’t do this. Take the effort to learn a few stereotypical things to avoid, then, even if you mess up and stick your foot in your mouth, take the time to show them that you care by your words, actions, or gifts. Continue reading Holiday Memorial Gifts; Or, Don’t Tiptoe Around the Mistletoe
If you’re planning your own DIY scattering ashes service, you’ll need some sort of method or container for the actual scattering. Here we’ve gathered together all your options for scattering ashes, ranging from budget-friendly DIY ideas that cost you pennies all the way up to pre-made scattering urn containers specifically designed for ease of use in scattering ashes. Continue reading 16 DIY Options for Scattering Ashes