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Who wants to plan a funeral, when you can plan a celebration of life instead? Find original unique funeral gifts, urns and plantable seed cards that turn a funeral into a memorable celebration of life. Visit www.nextgenmemorials.com for original products and ideas.

What a great way to remember your cat or dog than with this memory box and urn that also includes material to capture your pets paw print. Put your pets favorite toys, collar and leash in the box. $49.95 #pets #memorial #dog #pawprint

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What a great way to capture memories of your loved one, create a memory tree. Guests are asked to write their memory on the dove and hang it on the tree. #funeral ideas, #creative celebration of life ideas, #memory tree, #memorial ideas for mom, #funeral service ideas

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Memory tables are very popular at funeral. What a great and affordable idea to use chalk boards to describe what is on the table. In this case they wrote that the lantern was lit in loving memory of the departed. #funeral ideas, #celebration of life ideas, #memory table, #creative funeral ideas

Life Celebration Ideas, How to Plan a Memorial Service

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  • Carole Galassi

    Yes, that's memorable table are very popular and a great idea too to remember our dear ones..

A customer was so sweet to send us a photo of the beautiful urn we made for her. It's sitting on and entry table in her home. She wanted to enjoy the urn before her time came and after she passes she likes knowing that her family remembers that she picked it out and treasured it while she was alive. The one on the right was the urn the artist originally made, it was sold and the artisit copied it. #funeral urn, #artistic urn, #cremation urn

Life Celebration Ideas, How to Plan a Memorial Service

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Here's a wonderful idea for a memorial service, life celebration, attach a photo from each year of your loved one's life to a balloon. After the service, friends and family can release the balloon.

Life Celebration Ideas, How to Plan a Memorial Service

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  • Carmela kettner

    I love this idea...I have a memorial coming up and I'm going to use this...Awesome.

  • Mary Hickey

    Glad to have helped, Carmela. Hope it went well.

Here is a creative idea, create a collage that captures your love one. Look what Laura did, using snapshots of knickknacks from her grandfather's garage. Using vintage hardware leftovers and the setting sun, she put together a very cool and unique tribute to her grandfather. This photo of the collage would be great incorporated into a memorial folder to hand out at a service or printed on thank-you notes.

Life Celebration Ideas, How to Plan a Memorial Service

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A memory tree is a place to capture special memories of your loved one. Family and friends take a card and write their memory on the card and then tie the card onto the tree branch. After the service, the tree can be put in a special place where you can go to it and read all the memories shared or you can take off the cards and put them in a special box where you can go back and read them from time to time.

Life Celebration Ideas, How to Plan a Memorial Service

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Life Celebration Ideas, How to Plan a Memorial Service, love the idea of drying flowers from a memorial service and then making them into beads, bookmarks, key chains etc. What a great way to remember a loved one! Easy to make with Sculpty, click on image for instructions.

Life Celebration Ideas, How to Plan a Memorial Service

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Sample Obituary | Obituary Examples | Example of Unique Obituaries- family gives their dad one last laugh-in his obituary. Yep, you are seeing this correctly, they put a photo of the back of his head in his obituary. He had the photo taken of the back of his head as a joke and framed it and gave it to his four grown children for Christmas. He enjoyed showing people how absurd life was. Looks like his children got the last laugh. He would have approved. Love it!