After my father passed away suddenly, my mother, siblings and I all struggled with planning his funeral. We were already in a state of shock and sorrow, and then we were overwhelmed with the options and decisions we had to make in regards to the funeral. Luckily for us, we worked with an amazing funeral home and funeral director who helped guide us through the process. I know how hard it is to plan a funeral and how many decisions need to be made. This website was created in order to give families preparing to lay a loved one to rest a guide of sorts that will help them determine what decisions will need to be made and information about those decisions. I extend my sympathies to you if you are in this position and hope my website helps to make things a little bit easier for you.
Many families will struggle with their loved one's decision to use cremation rather than a traditional burial. Oftentimes, this struggle stems from the desire to be able to visit their loved one's final resting place or a disagreement regarding who will retain control over the deceased's cremains. Thankfully, with so many different ways to store or disperse cremains, it truly is possible for all families to find a way to say a fitting goodbye to their loved ones while also allowing each family member to grieve in their own way. Below you will learn more about just a few of the most unique things you can do with your loved one's ashes.
Diamonds Are Forever
After the death of a loved one, many people find themselves wishing that they could be with their loved one forever. Well, thanks to the help of a few pioneers in the area of memorial jewelry, this wish can now come true. This is because a few select companies are now offering the ability to create a certified diamond using the cremated ashes of a loved one. Not only do these diamonds offer a beautiful way to memorialize your loved one and keep them close to you, but just like traditional diamonds, you can count on these memorial diamonds to last forever.
Breathe Life Into Their Portrait
Many families choose to commission a portrait of loved ones who have recently passed. If your family uses this tradition, you can use your loved one's cremains to add a special touch to their portrait that will really give this painting a whole new meaning. This is because many artists are now offering the ability to mix your loved one's ashes in with the paint that will be used to create their portrait. The end result is not just a portrait that looks like them, but a portrait that truly contains their essence.
Going Out With A Bang
If you are looking for a unique way to disperse your loved ones ashes rather than store them, this idea will allow you to ensure that your loved ones truly go out with a bang. This is because with the help of select firework manufacturers, you will have the ability to turn your loved one's ashes into a unique fireworks display. As the custom made fireworks display is set off, you and your loved ones will have the ability to watch and remember all the ways your deceased family member or friend has touched your life.Share
20 March 2015