The food you serve at a funeral is an important part of any service. Families no longer want to mingle over plain old sandwiches. Funeral food has become the main event of some services with loved ones looking for food that wows as they celebrate the life of their loved one. Check out the latest funeral food trends that are transforming funeral services.
Traditional funerals, a celebration of life, or a memorial service are each distinctly different in their own ways. Whether you have been to one funeral or several, navigating these waters is never the same. The following are general rules for basic funeral behaviour. By following our funeral etiquette guidelines, you will feel prepared and ready for the service.
Experiencing grief is difficult. And experiencing grief during the holidays can feel ten times worse. There are many ways to cope with grief while still celebrating during the holidays. Whether it is learning to celebrate without a loved one or ways to keep your mind and body busy. This time of year doesn’t have to be something you wish you could fast forward through.
Plain and simple, it’s becoming more and more expensive to bury a loved one. Click here to learn how you can give your loved one a meaningful funeral service at a more affordable price.
Thanksgiving is a time for family to gather with one another and give thanks for all the blessings in their lives. If you are mourning the loss of a loved one, the holidays can be an emotionally difficult time; especially if this is the first year without them. To help make this Thanksgiving more meaningful, here are 10 ways to honor your loved one during the holidays.
Spreading the cremation ashes of a loved one can be both meaningful and therapeutic. If you are interested in holding an ash scattering ceremony, click here to learn about popular ash scattering options.
Is your funeral home in need of a renovation? Learn how a few simple changes can modernize your funeral home and make it more inviting for families.
For more than fifteen years, October 30th has been recognized as Create A Great Funeral Day. This is a day that is dedicated to talking with loved ones about how they want to be honored. On this day we encourage everyone to talk with loved ones and start a dialogue about end of life planning. Click here to learn more.
A trend is beginning to emerge among funeral homes across the country. Therapy dogs are being introduced into funeral homes to help with grief support. Therapy dogs were first introduced in 1976 by a register nurse named Elaine Smith. Today they are used by hospitals, nursing homes, schools, correctional facilities, and now – funeral homes. …
ObitTree Inc., a company founded with deep roots in funeral service, today released a comprehensive initiative designed to help funeral professionals take back control of their obituaries, win back their online profits, foster a positive message about funeral service and expand their community reach, all while protecting the future of funeral service.