By Adrienne Crowther
Funerals and memorial services can be a touchy subject in our society – such melancholic topics are not often brought up during afternoon teas or family gatherings. Consequently, sometimes friends and family are left to plan ceremonies without clear guidelines or wishes. With the rise of unique life celebrations, traditional funerals have evolved to embrace more personalized end-of-life commemorations. While you ideally have a general notion of how your loved one would like to be honored, consider these cremation ceremony planning tips for further guidance.
One advantage of planning a cremation ceremony is timing; once the departed has been cremated, there’s no rush – the ashes aren’t going anywhere until you say so.
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Thanks to the HVCC Mortuary Science Alumni & Student Assoc for alerting us to this article.