Some Questions You Should Ask After The Death Of A Loved One

Posted on: 19 April 2017

If you have lost a loved one, or are in the process of losing a loved one, you are probably wondering what you can do to prepare yourself and plan the funeral. People don't generally think about funerals, because it is something that you hopefully don't have to worry about. But when tragedy hits it is important that you educate yourself on funerals and how to make it the best experience possible.
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Funeral Planning: 3 Tips For Creating A Symbolic Send-Off

Posted on: 30 April 2016

There is no shortage of ways to plan a funeral, from a traditional service to celebration of life festivities. No matter what you choose, symbolism can play an instrumental part in any funeral. When you are looking for a special touch, consider ways you can integrate symbolism into the planning. Use Color Color is an impactful way of setting the tone at the funeral. Traditionally, people wear black, but splashes of color can be appropriate.
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4 Ways to Plan a Funeral for a Movie Lover

Posted on: 10 July 2015

Losing a loved one can be a challenge, but planning a funeral is an opportunity to honor their life and celebrate their influence on you. If your loved one had a fascination for the cinemas, then there are multiple ways to reflect this love during a funeral. Whether it was a love for a specific genre, era of film, or the celebrities that starred in them, all of these aspects can be featured during a funeral.
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