What You Need to Know About Writing Farewell Letters When Pre-Planning a Funeral

Pre-planning your funeral can be a wise approach to the difficult matter of death. Writing farewell letters as part of the pre-planning process can help a great deal as well. No matter how far away you are from needing the plans that you are making, it can help you gain clarity and express the things that you want to say to the people that matter most to you. Here's what you need to know about writing those letters during the process of pre-planning your funeral. Read More 

Selecting Pallbearers For Your Loved One’s Funeral

When planning the funeral arrangements for a loved one, you may decide that you need to select pallbearers for the services. The pallbearers typically carry the casket from the funeral home or church to the hearse and from the hearse to the gravesite. If you've never planned a funeral before, you may have questions about this part of the service. Use this guide to help you make arrangements for pallbearers at your loved one's funeral. Read More 

Two Odds Reasons Why Cremation May Be Better Than Burial

Whether you're planning the funeral of a loved one or pre-planning for your own eventual demise, you'll be confronted with choosing between a traditional burial and cremation. While a regular grave site burial can offer the comfort of tradition, you may want to opt for cremation instead, and not just because of the lower cost and simpler preparations. Here are two odd reasons to consider cremation. Avoid Becoming a Museum Display Read More 

4 Reasons To Prepare For Your Own Death

While death is a subject that most people don't want to talk about, it's important to do so. You can have a proper plan in place so that your own affairs are handled in the way that you wish after your death. It doesn't have to be a challenge to do your planning. Luckily, funeral planning professionals are able to make the planning process easier and less stressful. Keep reading to better understand why now is the time to prepare for your own death. Read More 

Crafting For A Cremation Service: Making Something In Remembrance Of A Loved One

When you are preparing for a cremation service, you may feel as though traditional memorial service decorations don't go far enough when it comes to celebrate your loved one's life. More often than ever before, people are taking the cremation service into their own hands and customizing it to be precisely what the lost loved one would have wanted. If the deceased person was a big enthusiast of arts and crafts, it is very appropriate to create a craft just for the service. Read More