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Staying farewell in style

My grandmother was a really stylish old woman. Even when she was sick and when she got frail, she'd still always look perfect and she'd never go anywhere without her lipstick looking immaculate! It was hard to say goodbye to her because she was such a spunky old lady. I knew that she would want her funeral to be a reflection of her style and personality. The funeral did an awesome job and made sure every detail was perfect. It's never great to say goodbye to someone that you love that much, but knowing she'd approve of the funeral did make the day go a little easier.

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When Your Loved One Wanted an Eco-Friendly Grave Stone

If you want to be literal about it, all cemeteries are green cemeteries, and tending to those beautiful lawns must take a huge amount of time and effort. But there's a difference between a cemetery that is primarily green in appearance and one that has a green ideology. An eco-friendly green cemetery in Paris stipulates that all its residents must not be embalmed and must be buried in biodegradable coffins while wearing biodegradable clothing and that all graves must have have a wooden marker instead of traditional grave stones. Read More 

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The loss of a loved one is a heart-breaking and traumatic time. If you are responsible for their send-off, the burden of arranging a befitting burial and memorial service falls to you. If you need some help during this trying time, you should consider entrusting these detail-oriented arrangements to a funeral director. While this may seem impersonal at the onset, there is nobody that will be more qualified for this task since funeral directors specialise in ensuring that your beloved receives a heartfelt farewell. Read More 

Long-Lasting Materials to Consider for Your Loved One’s Tombstone

One of the best ways to commemorate a life well lived once a loved one has passed away is by investing in a tombstone. Tombstones are not merely grave markers. The truth is these structures also function as a permanent reminder of your loved one's memory. Thus, the hallmark of a great tombstone is one that will still be visible generations down the line, allowing the person's descendants to pay homage to them. Read More 

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One of the most challenging things you can face in life is planning a funeral after losing your loved one. You have to plan a ceremony that respects the wishes of the deceased as well as the family members, and doing so while you grieve makes it even harder. Since managing your emotions and the details involved in organising a funeral can get difficult, this post will outline several funeral planning tips you should keep in mind. Read More 

Why Music Is an Important Part of Your Funeral Planning

It's no surprise that planning a funeral is a difficult thing to do with a lot of big decisions to make during a time of great stress and sadness. A lot of these decisions are practical matters, like choosing a funeral director, deciding between burial and cremation and finding somewhere for the service to be held. Part of the planning that might not seem as important as the rest is deciding what music will be played during the service. Read More