You can create your own custom cremation urn to honor the legacy of someone you love. When looking for the perfect urn to commemorate your loved one, one thing you know for sure, is that you want it to honor the legacy of the life you lost. Creating a personalized urn is the perfect option when you want something beautiful and timeless while respecting the budget you are working with. There is a wide range of high-quality handmade wooden cremation urns available that you can personalize with a photo, a poem, or anything else you want. So how do go about designing something when there are almost endless options to choose from? How to order a custom cremation urn. Choose which urn you’d like. Pay attention to the size (will you need a companion urn, a single urn, or a pet/child urn). Which design would you like? The clean modern lines […]
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When you pay respects to any vet or service member, you want to give proper respect to what they did in life for the country they loved. So what are the best ways to honor a military service member’s ashes? Cremation ashes are not just a symbol of death, but also a symbol of life and rebirth. Whether you choose to place them in a mausoleum or display them in a home you want to be sure that the Urn you keep the ashes in reflects the honor and dignity of the one you are remembering. The military honors the ashes of their fallen soldiers by providing them with a dignified and honorable farewell. One of the most important aspects of this is to provide an urn for the cremated remains. This urn should be made from a stately material and should have a dignified appearance. The urn should also
Are you looking for funeral service ideas for a DIY funeral? We understand that going through the death of a loved one is always difficult. Taking care of funeral services can be overwhelming, and it can be challenging to know what alternatives are available. You might be wondering, “What can I do instead of a traditional funeral service?” One increasingly popular option is a DIY funeral, where family members handle the arrangements themselves instead of relying on a funeral home or professional services. In this article, we will explore some ideas for DIY funerals and provide guidance on what to consider when planning such a service. 6 Funeral Service Ideas for a DIY Funeral Where to start when planning a funeral: Types of Funeral Services The first step to planning a DIY funeral is deciding what type of service you would like. There are many options, from simple and natural
Honoring Your Pet After It’s Passed Away. When a pet dies, it can be difficult to know what to say or do, to help the grieving process. This how-to guide to honoring your pet after it’s passed away will help you in the journey. I want to share some ideas on how you can memorialize your pet after they have passed. The How-To Guide to Honoring Your Pet After It’s Passed Away How do you keep your pet’s ashes? It is important to know what you want to do with your pet’s ashes before you decide on a container. It can be hard to know what to do with the ashes of their beloved pet. The cremation process can be a difficult time for pet owners. There are many different ways of storing ashes, some more popular than others. The most common way is to keep them in an urn.
Home / Blog / Why Do Families Divide Ashes? When a loved one dies, the thought of cremating them can be comforting. It can feel like they are still with you in some way. But what do you do with the ashes after the cremation? Some people choose to bury them, others choose to scatter them. But another option is to divide the ashes amongst loved ones. WHY DO FAMILIES DIVIDE ASHES? For many, cremation is chosen as the final disposition of the body. This process offers several options for dividing the ashes among family members. Some families choose to divide the ashes in an urn after cremation. This urn can be shared among family members or scattered in a place that was important to the deceased. If scattering is chosen, it can be done individually or as a group. Another option is to have each family member keep their own urn of ashes.
Home / Blog / Meet The Maker | Behind the Scenes At Maple Nail I grew up the son of a farmer. Heart of the USA, with roots that dug deep. We were taught that hard work and good morals can bring you so much father in life than good luck. And that’s how I’ve chosen to live. My Dad and I were sitting around one sunny afternoon having a frank conversation about caskets. While this is an unusual conversation to have in a family, it was something that meant a lot to my Dad. My Dad was deeply concerned with the outrageous costs of a traditional funeral. It’s a significant expense that most people need to take into account when making a financial plan for their life. So we talked about working together to make simple wooden caskets for people who either can’t, or don’t want to afford the extravagant costs of