5 Easy Questions You Should Ask When Buying A Cremation Urn

When choosing a cremation urn for a loved one, it is important to consider their personality and what they would want on their final resting place. There are many different options to choose from, and each has its own unique features that can make the process easier and more personal. When narrowing down the choices, it is important to take into account many things such as budget, size, shape, personalization, size of your loved one, whether the ashes will be divided and even the personality of the person you are memorializing.

Why choose a cremation urn?

Losing a loved one and making the arrangements can be one of the most difficult things you will ever do. If you are considering cremation, you may be wondering what to do with the ashes. You can choose to bury them, store them in an urn, or scatter them. One of the most popular options is to use an urn to store them. There are many different types of urns available, from simple and plain to ornate and decorative.

If you are looking for a keepsake urn, there are many options available. You can find urns that are small enough to hold in your hand (for sharing ashes with family members) or ones that are large enough to hold the ashes of two people together. Whatever your needs, we are here to help you decide what type of urn is perfect for your loved one.

Don’t know how to buy a cremation urn? We’ll show you the way!

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5 Easy Questions You Should Ask When Buying A Cremation Urn

To make things as easy as possible, we’ve broken it down to…

  1. Where will the cremation ashes be laid to rest?

    – Displayed in your home?
    – Scattered?
    – Buried?
    – In a Mausoleum?
    – Divided among family members?

    If you choose any of these ways to lay the ashes to rest, a wooden cremation urn is perfect. (With the exception of scattering, you’ll need to consider where you will be scattering the ashes and whether an urn is even necessary for that. If you do need an urn, it will need to be a biodegradable one, so check your local regulations on scattering)

    One thing to keep in mind with all of these resting places is how much space you have for your urn. Make sure your urn fits the allotted space for burial, display, or the mausoleum.
  2. What size cremation urn will you need?

    – Two Adults (companion)? CLICK HERE FOR COMPANION URNS
    – Child or Small Adult? CLICK HERE FOR CHILD URNS
    – Dividing the ashes among family members? CLICK HERE FOR DIVIDING URNS

    The general rule of thumb when picking the correct size cremation urn is 1 cubic inch for each pound of body weight pre-mortem. So, if your loved one was 180 pounds, you’d need to purchase an adult-sized urn up to 200 cubic inches.
  3. Can you personalize an urn?

    – What would you like it to say?
    – Did you want a small engraved plaque?
    – Would you prefer a more detailed laser-engraved picture or message?

    When it comes to cremation urns, many people want to customize them in some way. Some may want to have an engraved plaque with a short quote on it. Others may prefer a more detailed inscription. Either way, there are many different ways to personalize an urn. If you’re not sure what you’d like your urn to say, here are a few ideas to get you started.

    One popular option is to have the name of the deceased and the date of death engraved on the urn. This can be a very touching tribute to your loved one. Another option is to include a Bible verse or other meaningful quote. If you want to commemorate a special occasion or moment in the person’s life, you could also include that information on the urn.

    Laser engraving technology makes almost any personalization possible, so jot down some ideas and send them our way!
  4. How to build a unique custom cremation urn?

    When it comes to cremation urns, there are seemingly endless options for personalization and customization. If you’re looking to craft a custom cremation urn, here are a few tips to help you get started.

    First, decide on the material you’d like to use for your urn. Wood is a popular choice because it can be carved or stained to create a beautiful and unique finished product.

    We love to work with people to see if we can come up with ways to build something truly unique, but still within the scope of our skills and materials.

    Once you have an idea of what you want your urn to look like, reach out to John to have a conversation. He’ll be happy to talk to you, analyze whether or not your urn is possible, and how he can help you make it happen.
  5. Are you pre-planning or in a rush for a funeral?

    The timeline has a lot to do with determining what kind of urn you can get. If you are pre-planning, or purchasing after a funeral, time is on your side. You can work out a custom urn, or personalize any of the urns from our signature line without the pressing issue of a quickly approaching funeral or memorial service.

    If you are purchasing a wooden cremation urn for an event that is close, we do offer upgraded shipping and same-day shipment on many of the signature urns in our shop. If we know your time constraints we will be happy to accommodate you to the best of our abilities. Contact John here to work out a rush order.

How To Choose The Right Cremation Urn For Your Needs

In conclusion, when purchasing a wooden cremation urn, it is important to ask yourself some simple questions to ensure you are making the right decision for your loved one. Do you want an urn that is plain or personalized? What type of wood do you prefer? What size will you need? Are you in a rush? By considering these important questions, you can find the perfect urn to memorialize your loved one.

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