Best Friends Til The End: Pre-Planning A Burial Next To Your Pet

If you have ever loved a dog, you know how hard it is to lose a dog. Losing a pet who has been by your side for many years can be a difficult thing to go through. Many pet owners who lose pets are opting to have their pet cremated or buried in a plot so that they can have a sense of closure, plus a place to visit or something to hold on to. [Read More]

Three Unique Ways To Celebrate Your Loved One At A Funeral

While dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy, some people choose to use a funeral as a way to celebrate life instead of mourning death. If you are looking for interesting ways to celebrate your loved one's life, here are a few options you may want to consider. Memory Bags Instead of handing out prayer cards, consider putting together small memory bags to share with people who attend the funeral services. [Read More]

Holding A Funeral For A Cremated Loved One

Holding a funeral for a loved one is both an emotional and rewarding experience. You'll feel the pain of the loss each time you sit down to make funeral plans, but you'll feel good about helping to celebrate the memory of your loved one. Here are a few tips you can use when planning for your cremated loved one's funeral: Renting a Casket Your loved one can be displayed in a traditional casket during the funeral and then cremated afterward, which is the option to choose if guests will expect to view the body. [Read More]

Pre-Planning Your Cremation: Ideas For Your Cremains

Once making the final decision to be cremated once you've passed away, you've got some tasks to do in order to ensure that your cremation is done without putting too much burden on your loved ones. A major decision to make will be about where your cremains will go. While some allow their families to make this decision, you may want to consider the possibilities below and choose one of them: [Read More]