When a loved, one passes it can be very difficult to arrange a funeral service that will properly celebrate their life. One of the easiest options is to have their remains cremated. While the process of having a loved on cremated is simple, it is still possible to have an elaborate service to help commemorate their life. Most funeral directors can assist by offering suggestions on different ways of celebrating their life, and can ensure the event is hosted without any issues. The following are just a few of the many ways individuals have chosen to celebrate the life and grieve the passing of a loved one.
One of the easiest ways to conjure the emotion and commemorate a loved one is to use the power of music. While most funeral homes have the option of playing pre-recorded music over speakers, it is also a good idea to consider using a live band. This will give everyone a reason to celebrate, and provide attendees with an opportunity to connect with the music the deceased individual loved.
During a Cremation Atlantic in Highlands service, consider using any videos and pictures of the person in a memory montage. Simply combine the material together and set it to music that is appropriate for the service. Most funeral homes offer large screen viewing options, so watching a video of this nature during a service can be simple to arrange. A professional photographer can help with creating a beautiful memory montage that will be cherished for years to come.
Spread the Ashes
Most individuals come up with a good way to spread the ashes of a deceased loved one. A common option is to spread them over the ocean, and other families have opted to have a tree planted and to spread the ashes at the base of the tree. Either way, this can create a warm memory that will be remembered forever, and be the perfect send-off for a loved one.
Trying to organize a funeral alone can be a nightmare. The team at John P. Condon Funeral home can help with every facet of the planning. Let them eliminate the stress associated with a Cremation Atlantic in Highlands service. Visit Domain to learn more about the services they offer, and take the first step in creating a service that truly celebrates a passed loved one.