You’re here because you’re needing accurate, up-to-date information on flying with ashes.
This is because you are in possession of a loved one’s remains, and you need to transport them to another city, state, or even country, perhaps for a funeral service.
Driving is out of the question so flying is necessary; you’re going to have to take the ashes on a plane.
Continue reading Flying with Ashes: How to Take Ashes on a Plane
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
The cremation urn is a natural centerpiece for the memorial service table at the front of the funeral event center. But you probably don’t want to just set the urn in the middle of a simple tablecloth – this is an opportunity to showcase the unique personality of your loved one. Continue reading 14 Funeral Urn Memorial Service Table Arrangement Ideas