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Inurnment Definition & Everything Else You Need to Know

Inurnment Definition

Inurnment is simply the placing of cremated remains into a container to store or bury them. Cremated remains or “ashes” are typically inurned in a plastic or cardboard container and given to the family. The family can then purchase a permanent cremation urn and transfer the remains into the new urn.

In this fairly typical scenario, inurnment happened twice. Both times the ashes were put into a container (first into the temporary urn, then into the permanent urn), the ashes were inurned.

That’s the simple, easy answer. But if you are like most people, this is the first time you’ve dealt with body disposition and you probably have many more questions about the process.

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Blue Urns: The Top 10 Blue Cremation Urns

The Top 10 Blue Cremation Urns for Ashes

Blue urns are the ideal final resting place for someone who truly loved the color blue. There are many blue cremation urns on the market today; these are 10 of the best. Combining top quality with beauty, elegance, unique designs, premium craftsmanship, and affordability, our list of the top 10 blue cremation urns is intended to help you find the perfect memorial for your loved one.

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Fish Urns for Ashes: 21 Gone Fishing Cremation Urns

If you are searching for the perfect fish urn to honor your beloved fishing enthusiast, we’ve done all the hard work for you. Not only are these the very best made-in-the-USA wood urns with fishing themes from our online cremation urn store, we’ve searched the web high and low to find all of the best fish urns for ashes to serve as the memorial urn for your fisherman. Continue reading Fish Urns for Ashes: 21 Gone Fishing Cremation Urns

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Solid Wood Cremation Urns, Made in the USA: The Real Deal

Premium real wood urns made in the USA

When choosing the cremation urn that will serve as your loved one’s final resting place, it is worth the time and effort to find the best quality at a respectable price.

While there are many types of urns out there, perhaps there is no greater disparity in quality among wooden cremation urns. While the photos you see online may look similar, don’t be deceived. There is an unbelievable difference between genuine solid wood cremation urns and the cheap knockoffs that use veneers and particle board.

You want the real deal. You want solid wood cremation urns, made in the USA. Continue reading Solid Wood Cremation Urns, Made in the USA: The Real Deal

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Mailbag: Questions about Scattering & Scattering Urns

Questions about scattering, urns, and TSA compliance

In today’s reader mailbag, we have a series of questions about the use of scattering urns for holding the ashes, airline travel, scattering, and eventual display as a memorial. Continue reading Mailbag: Questions about Scattering & Scattering Urns

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19 Tealight Cremation Urns to Light a Candle in Memory

Light a candle in memory of a loved one

Tealight cremation urns provide a way to subtly display your loved one’s remains in a way that truly honors their memory. Each time you light the candle, you can visualize the way they brought so much beautiful light into your life. Continue reading 19 Tealight Cremation Urns to Light a Candle in Memory

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Mailbag: How long after death can ashes be used to grow a tree?

Do cremated ashes expire for planting as a tree?

From our Reader Mailbag, a question about our Memorial Tree Urns. These are cremation urns that hold a small amount of cremated remains (a.k.a. “ashes). The urn is then “planted” in the ground, and a tree grows from the included seeds, incorporating the remains into the tree.

The proprietary composition of the urn helps the ashes actually aid in the growth of the tree. This keen reader had a question about the use of the cremated remains themselves, and whether or not they expire. Continue reading Mailbag: How long after death can ashes be used to grow a tree?

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These Hand Blown Glass Art Cremation Urns Will *Blow* Your Mind

See what we did there? Hand blown glass art cremation urns that will blow your mind… right?! Right?!

OK, bad jokes aside, these glass cremation urns really are truly exceptional. Each piece is crafted individually by hand from start to finish in Oregon. With these cremation urns, the tradition of artistic glass blowing is brought to bear on funerals and memorials in a very special way.

The combination of human hands, human breath, and molten glass together with the skill of a glassblowing master results in the finest hand blown glass art cremation urns on the market today. Continue reading These Hand Blown Glass Art Cremation Urns Will *Blow* Your Mind