2 Essential Funeral Planning Tips
When planning a funeral, there are so many decisions to make that it is easy to feel overwhelmed. A funeral is a very personal experience with a lot of emotion. But one thing to remember is that a funeral can be joyous and celebratory, not just somber.
To help readers prepare a funeral for their loved ones, we've put together this short list of two essential tips to help you plan a funeral that might ease some of the overwhelm. Read on for some helpful advice from our team.
1 – Figure Out What Kind of Service Your Loved One Would Want
When planning a funeral, you're making decisions that will affect every aspect of your loved one's service. Before planning a funeral, make sure you know what kind of service they would like. Some questions to ask may include:
- Will the body be preserved after death or cremated?
- Would they want a religious service?
- What genre of music would they like for the funeral service?
- What style of photo or video tribute would they like?
- How many people will be attending?
These are all questions that will have to be answered before your loved one's burial or cremation can happen. Everyone has their preferences, and it's important to determine what yours are and your loved ones were.
2 - Work With a Professional
The best way to plan a funeral service is with the help of a professional. A funeral director can assist with planning, transportation, and cremation or burial needs. Cremation costs far less than traditional burial services, and you will save on any casket and cemetery fees.
When planning your loved one's funeral, get in contact with our staff and funeral directors that are there to help and care for your loved one, you and your family.
We believe every family deserves respect, reverence, and compassion. If you have any questions about this article or would like to talk to us about cremation services, please call or text (604) 861-9895.