Answering A Few Of The Most Common Questions Concerning Casket Selection During Funeral Planning

If you want to make sure you do not leave your family with the burden of planning and paying for your funeral, it is always a good idea to do this on your own. One of the biggest aspects of planning is choosing the casket in which you will be laid to rest in. Even though this sounds like a simple objective, there are many different choices and the task can get pretty complicated without a little direction. Read More 

3 Options For Ash Storage That Aren’t Your Usual Urn

Many people are choosing to be cremated when they pass away because it's a cheaper process, since you don't have to purchase a plot of land in a cemetery or a coffin. However, loved ones will have to choose an urn to keep the ashes of the person that was cremated, at least until they can scatter them. Urns can seem old-fashioned to many people, especially those that are younger. If you share this mindset, consider these three alternatives to the traditional urn. Read More 

Five Funeral Planning Tips To Know

Planning a funeral can be a stressful time, which is why you will want to know what you can do to make it easier for yourself. Here are five funeral planning tips that are helpful to know of: You can Rent a Casket: To save on the cost, you can always decide on cremation of the body and choose to rent a casket for the funeral service. The body is simply placed in a cardboard box within the casket and removed after the ceremony to be cremated. Read More 

Pre-planning Your Funeral: Choosing the Right Headstone Material

While most people do not like to think about a time when they will no longer be around, the reality is that this will happen to everyone. And those people who recognize and accept this fact know that they can make the process and inevitable future easier on those they leave behind by pre-planning their funeral and final resting place. This step will also ensure that the deceased person will receive the services and get the monument that they want to commemorate their life. Read More 

3 Ways To Reduce Funeral Expenses

When a loved one passes away and you are responsible for planning the funeral, you may encounter problems if the person did not have money set aside for this purpose. The average cost for a traditional type of funeral today is $7,000 to $10,000, which could be a huge financial burden for your family. If you want to have a nice funeral for your relative, but do not have enough money, consider using these three tips to help you cut the costs. Read More