Wondering about proper funeral reception etiquette? The answer is probably “yes” if you’ve just attended the service of a loved one, and now you’re on your way to the reception.
Perhaps you’re at a loss for words following the emotion of the day, and you’re not sure what to expect at the reception. You think it’s going to be a bit more laid back than the funeral, and you’re probably right.
But you still might have some questions about what to say and do at the reception. And of course you need the answers fast. We’re here to help with our funeral reception etiquette guide.
Today we’re going to be sharing with you 17 funeral songs for child loss. This is part of our series on the best and most popular funeral songs. You can read the master list here.
Once when I was small, an extended family member had passed away. It got me thinking, for the first time in my young life, about the fragility of life. I remember asking my mom what she would do if something like that ever happened to me.
Her response: “I would cry and cry and never stop for as long as I lived.”
If you have suffered the loss of a child, you understand this statement better than anyone. And when you now have to plan for your child’s funeral, including thinking of the right songs to play at the service, it can make the grieving process that much more difficult.
Parent to parent, we hope that with this list featuring the best funeral songs for child loss – including songs for infants, children and teens – we can take away that burden just a little bit.
In this article I’m going to cover the best advice on how to deliver a eulogy without crying.
So you have been asked to speak the eulogy at the funeral service of your loved one. What an honor it is…but it will be no easy task. You are probably thinking about the writing process, what needs to be included in your eulogy, and how long it has to be. You are also wondering how in the world you’ll be able to read it without crying on the day of the funeral.
How can it be done? How do you deliver your eulogy without crying?
As the new year kicks off, here are the 2020 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.
The 21 Most Uplifting Funeral Songs is part of our series on the best songs for funerals. Read the main article here. In that article you will find a list of the top 100 funeral songs, music sorted by genre, and much more.
When you lose someone you love very much, your heart is broken. It seems as if there is nothing in this world that could possibly lift your spirits when you are grieving. But music has a way of doing just that! Sometimes all it takes is finding the right songs.
Are you looking for an uplifting song to play at the funeral of your loved one? If you and your family would be blessed to hear a happy, upbeat song rather than a sorrowful one, then check out the list below.
What is a mausoleum? What do you need to know about a mausoleum to get a grasp of its history and purpose?
Today we’re answering these questions and more from an objective point of view. We’ll take an in-depth look at the different types of mausoleums (yes, there’s more than one), the meaning and function of a mausoleum crypt, and much more.
So whether you’re new to funeral service, thinking about future planning, or simply curious, you’ve come to the right place to learn more.
What is a funeral speech? And if you have been asked to give a speech at a funeral, what exactly should you say? Are there any good examples of funeral speeches out there for you to draw inspiration from?
The 10 Best Funeral Songs for Your Husband is just one part of our comprehensive series featuring the most popular funeral songs ever recorded. To discover even more amazing songs, see here for the main post. Keep reading below to discover the top funeral songs specifically for your husband.
Dealing with the loss of a beloved spouse is one of the most difficult, if not the most difficult, experiences one will ever endure. Added to this grief is the stress of planning for the funeral. One aspect of funeral planning is, of course, choosing the songs for the service.
This by itself can be a daunting task; you want to pick the best songs…songs that will represent not only your husband, but also the life the two of you shared for so long.