5 Tips To Craft The Right Memorial Tribute For Your Loved One

Designing a memorial monument for your loved one's final resting place is a difficult task for most. Fortunately, unlike most aspects of funeral or memorial planning, the creation of a monument can be delayed until you or your family is emotionally ready. And when that time comes, here are a few tips to craft the perfect tribute to them.  1. Learn the Cemetery's Rules Before you start making plans as to how the actual memorial will look, talk with the cemetery (or wherever you plan to place the monument). [Read More]

Tips For Planning Funeral Services

Deciding how to respectfully plan a funeral service alone may feel overwhelming. Funeral rites and traditions are often passed down from one generation to the next. Loved ones may want to add a traditional element to the funeral service. This may be challenging due to religious groups not meeting during the pandemic. Family members may be worried that their loved one's religion will not be a part of the funeral. Here are a few tips for planning funeral services. [Read More]

Creative Ways To Spread Or Save The Ashes Of Your Loved One

It is emotionally difficult to lose a loved one. Your loved ones have such a monumental impact on your life that it can be hard to let them go. After the loss of a loved one, you will be grieving, and you will probably be making arrangements. If your loved one requested it, you may be making cremation arrangements. Cremation is a simple and affordable process. Once your loved one has been cremated, you may wonder what you can do with the ashes to honor your loved one. [Read More]

The Definitive Guide To Buying A Headstone: FAQs

Buying a headstone is a process that takes a lot of careful consideration. Take a look at some of the most common questions most people have.  Is it possible to buy monument headstones online? You can purchase headstones online, which may come as a surprise to a lot of people. The headstones are usually extremely heavy, however, which can mean shipping costs are pretty high. It is usually better if you can find a local monument service that can make the headstone for you if you are planning to buy a monument that is relatively large in stature. [Read More]