Exposing A Few Common Cremation Myths

Being tasked with overseeing the funeral arrangements for a loved one can be a stressful task to go through. For those that have never had to perform this unpleasant chore, it can be easy to give credit to some fairly common myths about cremation. By dispelling a few cremation misconceptions, you will find yourself in a far better position for making choices for your loved one's funeral. Myth: You Will Have To Buy A Casket To Hold A Viewing Read More 

Four Highly Personalized Options For Your Cremains

Deciding what will happen to your remains after cremation is a necessary may be a necessary if slightly morbid aspect of funeral planning. Of course, you may decide to leave the decision to your loved ones and let them keep your ashes (also called "cremains") close or disperse them based on the family's preference. Many people prefer to have a say in what will happen to their remains after cremation, though. Read More 

Funeral Flowers: 4 Popular Options To Consider

No funeral setting is complete without an ensemble of beautiful flowers on display. Flowers have the capacity to encourage compassion among guests and help to ease anxieties that result from the occasion. There are a myriad of colorful flower types to consider incorporating into the funeral décor – the following are four popular options to consider: Carnations With lush petals and vibrant color, carnations make for lovely funeral arrangements. These bountiful flowers have different meanings associated with them depending on their color: Read More 

Different Ways To Give Flowers At The Next Memorial Service You Attend

When you're planning to attend a memorial service, it's often suitable to show up to the funeral home with a floral arrangement that can help to adorn the room during the service. Flowers serve as an effective way to show your care and support for the family that is going through the grieving process. If you expect that the turnout at the funeral home will be considerable, it's important to think about how you wish to contribute your floral arrangement. Read More 

Choosing Cremation: Three Alternatives To Urns

When a loved one's last wishes are to have his or her ashes spread, family members may be sad to know they won't be able to keep an urn at home. Fortunately, there are several unique options available that let you keep some of your loved one's cremains while still honoring his or her last wishes. Here are just a few options to choose from as an alternative to keeping an urn in your home. Read More