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
Here we showcase one of our most popular cremation urns, a beautiful, rustic bass fisherman funeral urn memorial. Crafted in a small Oregon woodshop using premium hardwoods, intricate inlays, and laser etched detailing, this cremation urn is a beautiful way to celebrate the one who loved to fish. Continue reading A beautiful, rustic bass fisherman funeral urn memorial
When is the best time to buy a funeral urn? This is one of those purchases that may quite suddenly and unexpectedly become very important to you and your family. Right now, you may be reeling after the loss of a loved one and searching frantically for a wide variety of funeral products and services. Or perhaps you are – wisely – beginning to plan ahead for your final arrangements. Whatever may be your situation, we have some helpful information for you below. Continue reading When is the best time to buy a funeral urn?
The Autumn Leaves Walnut Wood Cremation Urn presents a lovely, earthy, homespun memorial to your loved one. This beautiful cremation urn is made in the USA from premium solid walnut wood and boasts a dark walnut stain and elegant “Autumn Leaves” carvings on the top of the piece. Continue reading Autumn Leaves Walnut Wood Cremation Urn
You can get your loved one a beautiful designer cremation urn, keep the remains in the box in which it comes from the crematorium, or use something you find around the house as the memorial urn. Especially if you plan on holding on to the cremated remains, there are no rules limiting what you can use. Let’s take a look at some everyday items you can use as a cremation urn. Continue reading Everyday Items You Can Use As A Cremation Urn
The Burlini Studios Chippendale Chest Cremation Urn is a truly unique memorial: it is both a cremation urn and a keepsake chest. The top section has a hinged lid that opens to reveal a velvet-line keepsake area, with removeable tray, photo frame, and medal/pin display. Take a look: Continue reading This beautiful memorial is both a cremation urn and a keepsake chest
Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.
― Shannon L. Alder
Scattering the ashes of your loved one is deeply symbolic act. Not only are you letting go of your loved one and of your grief, but you are in some sense returning them to the earth and releasing their souls. Continue reading 5 Uniquely Poetic Ways to Scatter a Loved One’s Ashes