How to Plan an Eco-Friendly Funeral

How to Plan an Eco-Friendly Funeral

Sustainability is something that can be integrated into all aspects of life, including funerals. If your loved one was passionate about the environment or you like the idea of being green even once you’ve passed on, there are plenty of ways that you can plan an eco-friendly funeral. Here are some top ideas for green…

How to Memorialise Someone’s Passing During Covid

How to Memorialise Someone’s Passing During Covid

When a loved one passes away it can be a difficult time for everyone but with the current restriction in place regarding funerals, it’s okay to feel overwhelmed. Although the funeral may be much smaller than anticipated, there are still plenty of special ways that you can celebrate someone’s life and extend the invite to…

The Benefits of Green Burials

The Benefits of Green Burials

If you or a loved one is eco-conscious, you may have considered what’s known as a green or natural burial. Green burials vary from the traditional method by allowing the body to naturally decompose back into the earth. This means that traditional embalming chemicals aren’t used and the coffin will be made from a biodegradable…

Four Benefits of Funeral Plans

Four Benefits of Funeral Plans

Understandably, most people do not want to discuss the details of their funeral. It can bring the realities of mortality to the front and centre. For people of a certain age, this can be a terrifying prospect. However, talking through the details of a funeral by putting in place pre-paid funeral plans can have a…

Condolence Gifts for a Loved One

Condolence Gifts for a Loved One

Flowers are frequently seen as the go-to condolence gift for a loved one. They can be sent to the bereaved directly or you can offer them as floral tributes sent to the funeral director so they can be involved in the funeral service itself. Regardless, flower arrangements might not always be the best gift for…

What a Funeral Director can do for you

What a Funeral Director can do for you

A funeral director is a role which encompasses a few jobs within a business, they will provide support and guidance to the family and liaise with a range of other organisations and services to ensure that a funeral service is arranged. In this blog, we will talk about the role of a funeral director and…

Memorials: Your Questions Answered

Memorials: Your Questions Answered

Memorials or headstones are the perfect way of paying tribute to somebody you’ve lost. Sitting at their resting place, they can be added to graves or made to accommodate urns within the memorial itself. But, choosing the right type of memorial and design is an important decision and one that should be carefully considered. In…

How to Help Children Cope With Grief

How to Help Children Cope With Grief

The loss of a loved one can be devastating at any age, but it’s often particularly difficult for young children to get their head around. Children’s first experience with death is often confusing and upsetting and it’s natural for parents to want to protect their child from these difficult emotions. We all cope with grief…

A Guide to Different Coffin Types

The loss of a loved one is never easy, and friends and family may feel overwhelmed when it comes to organising the funeral. There are many decisions to be made, from choosing funeral flowers to arranging transport, and each choice you make will be highly personal to you and the deceased. Choosing a coffin or…

A Brief Guide To a Green Burial

Funerals, although they can be terribly sad occasions, are a way for families to commemorate their passed loved ones in a way that matched their lives. We personalise funerals to ensure that we provide a fitting send-off to the ones we love. If you’re dearly departed was a passionate environmentalist, there may be no more…