Important Factors to Consider When Selecting the Right Headstone

28 January 2021
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Having to purchase a headstone for a deceased loved one is undeniably a heart-wrenching experience. Not only are you dealing with the emotions of losing someone close to you, but you are likely also burdened with the intricacies of ensuring that they have a memorable send-off worthy of the life that they loved. Thus, the last thing you would want is to stress yourself over making the right choice, more so if this is the first time that you are shopping for a headstone. Read More 

Why a Separate Memorial Service Can Be a Fitting Tribute to Your Loved One

3 November 2020
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If you've just had to say goodbye to someone who was not only a beloved family member but well established within the community, you'll want to allow people to pay tribute. You may decide to hold a small, private service for immediate family members only, but you may want to stage a more extensive memorial service in due course. What do you need to consider as you plan this occasion? Read More 

Together Forever: Do You and Your Partner Want to Share a Final Resting Place?

29 July 2020
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There's an Adelaide-based archaeologist who believes that there are hundreds of thousands of unmarked graves in Australia's cemeteries. Over the centuries, records have been lost and grave markings have been damaged or destroyed, and so it turns out that Australian cemeteries might be far more crowded than originally thought. Still, there are times when crowding might be encouraged and entirely deliberate. When someone wants their final resting place to be with their beloved husband or wife, a companion plot makes it possible for two people to be with each other forever. Read More 

Reasons Most People Choose To Use Granite Tombstones

26 December 2019
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Once you lose a loved one, it's crucial to give them a memorable send-off. This will not only give you closure but show your respect for them. One of the ways you can accomplish this is by installing a tombstone on the grave. Although tombstones were initially used to mark a deceased's resting place and ensure they don't rise from the dead, the purpose has changed significantly over the years. Today, people use grave stones as a dedication to the departed, and that's why more work is put into designing them. Read More 

3 Ways of Recycling Funeral Flowers

26 August 2019
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If you have recently lost a loved one, a lot of people may be preparing to send flowers to the funeral. While receiving a lot of flowers can be very touching as it shows how loved and appreciated the deceased person was, you may be left wondering what to do with the bouquets and wreaths once the funeral service is over. Read on to discover 3 ways you can recycle the flowers from a funeral. Read More