Being able to show respect and honor for a lifetime of love and work is hard to do sometimes. Awards and other public recognition only go so far, but the love and respect from your family is the most important. When it comes time to show that honor and respect to the deceased, having that perfect funeral casket shows everyone who they were and how they are cared for, even in death.
Make sure that the phone numbers & email address are in text so they can be easily clicked on when someone is using their Smartphone and they can access the number or email.
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Items to be placed in Casket: Many times you will see pictures of loved ones placed inside the casket. I have also seen things such as teddy bears, or other items that the loved one enjoyed. Don’t over whelm the casket, pictures or fine, but limit things like stuffed animals etc. to one or two. It may also be very nice to place the ashes of loved ones beloved pet in the casket with them, especially if no one else is going to want those ashes. Most likely the ashes have been placed in a pretty container already but if they are not place them in something attractive before placing them in the coffin. Provide a picture of the pet and place it by the urn or container if possible.
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Consider having people fill out name tags. More than likely many people will be attending who won’t know everyone. Also, if the person whom you lost is older their friends will most likely be elderly also. The elderly have site issue and memory issues. You will want to make sure the name is in large print so they can read the name. We also encourage you to have people write on the name tag how they knew your loved one. This becomes a great conversation starter.