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Preplan Your Own Memorial Selection

Given the grief and stress that comes along with the idea of the burial process, most people shy away from the task of pre-arranging their own burial plans. However, preplanning your arrangements helps minimize the level of stress you leave on your loved ones upon your departure. One of the more important arrangements you want to make is the type of memorial style you will choose. Take a few moments to familiarize yourself with some of the more common options to help with your decision-making process. Read More 

3 Things You Can Do With The Flowers After The Funeral

Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult time. It takes time to get through the grieving process. In the meantime, you are trying to plan a funeral, arrange for flowers, figure out the music and much more. One of the main things that many struggle with is what to do with all of the flowers following the memorial service. To make sure nothing gets left behind and the flowers are put to use, consider the following ways to best use them. Read More 

Pre-Planning Your Funeral? 3 Unique Funeral Service Ideas

If you are lucky enough to plan your own funeral service, than you have the unique opportunity to save your family a lot of decision-related stress during their time of grief, while also being able to create an event that is tailored to your distinct personality. Though most people have been to traditional wakes and memorial services, there are so many other options to suit everyone's desires. Here are a few modern celebrations of life for the unconventional individual. Read More 

Burial Vs Cremation

Losing a loved one can be an extremely stressful and traumatic experience. On top of that, you might even be responsible for handling the body of the deceased. This can be difficult, but it is important to decide if you want a traditional burial or a cremation. Here's a comparison of the two: Cremation The burning of a body in a specialized furnace. After the cremation, only ashes remain, which can then be placed in an urn or any other container. Read More 

Attending A Funeral For The First Time: 4 Tips To Mind Your Manners

Losing a loved one is a very difficult and emotional time. Grieving a long process and one part of that process is attending the funeral. If you have never been to a funeral before, you might be feeling a little awkward or confused, which is perfectly normal. Learning the basics of funeral etiquette can help you maneuver this difficult time. Here are four basic etiquette tips for attending a funeral: 1. Know Where You Should Sit Read More