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
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
Green is a beautiful color for a cremation urn. Symbolic of thriving life, renewal, energy, and nature, green-colored memorials are ideal to honor a wide variety of personalities and interests.
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?
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
To make the most informed decision about companion cremation urns, you need to know what options are available to you. Make sure that you read our Complete Guide to Companion Urns, which provides everything you need to know about the function and use of companion urns.
Once you have an understanding of what a companion urn is – a.k.a. double urn, urn for two people, couple’s urn, etc. – you will want to choose the type of companion urn that you find the most beautiful and suitable. Continue reading The 11 Types of Companion Cremation Urns You Need to Know About
Wood is the perfect choice for a cremation urn. There is something peaceful and soothing about wood. The natural lines of the wood grain, created from years of undisturbed growth in the wild, soundlessly speak of towering trees beside the still waters of a mountain lake or the soft chirping of birds around a well-trodden forest foot path. Continue reading 12 Rustic Wooden Cremation Urns with Surprising Elegance
A lighthouse is a symbol of hope, a literal beacon of light that beckons the storm-tossed wanderer safely onwards as they journey home.
Representing solid dependability, noble dedication, and the call of the sea, lighthouses are also simply a favorite destination for those who love the coastal beauty of those points where the ocean meets the shore. All this and more makes the lighthouse a popular and fitting theme for a memorial urn, especially among those who treasure the memories of lighthouse touring and beach trips enjoyed together. Continue reading The 13 Most Beautiful Lighthouse Cremation Urns on the Web
We’ve recently updated two of our most popular and beautiful floral cremation urns, and the results are stunning. Continue reading These Floral Cremation Urns Are Earthy & Beautiful, Just Like Her
A memorial made from cremated ashes is simply the ultimate way to keep your loved one close to your heart. Here are 15 creative and unique memorial ideas made using actual cremated remains. These include decorative accents, jewelry, and even trees. Continue reading 15 Memorial Ideas Made From Cremated Ashes