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Category: Advice

The Different Types of Coffins and Caskets

For some people, the idea of spending a lot of money on a coffin or casket is nonsensical. This is particularly true when it comes to the younger generation who believe that if they’re cremated, a coffin or casket is…

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What Does a Green Funeral Mean?

For many people today the idea of a green burial is hugely attractive. Not only are they designed to be more environmentally friendly in themselves, but a green funeral often contributes to the enhancement of a natural site or wildlife…

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Creative Keepsake Ideas To Preserve Your Loved One’s Funeral Flowers

Flowers bring colour and joy during some of the most important events of our lives. They can be used to decorate wedding ceremonies, make milestone birthdays that extra bit special and are a perfect gift on Mother’s Day. But, of…

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Choosing a Water Urn for a Memorial at Sea

If you decide to scatter a loved one’s ashes at sea or in some other area of water you’ll probably also be looking at a water urn to place the ashes following the cremation. Water urns are specially designed to…

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Tips When Hiring a Professional Funeral Photographer

Most of the time, photography is a fun and light-hearted activity where we capture special moments and share them with others. Across the world, professional photographers are asked to preserve the happiest times of people’s lives from birthday celebrations to…

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A Guide to the Cremation Process

The cremation process reduces a deceased’s body to ashes, using a combination of heat and evaporation. It’s a popular choice for funerals and following the cremation the ashes are returned to the loved one’s family where they may be scattered,…

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