Great Urn Display Ideas You Should Consider

Posted by JOSHUA BRUCE

Great Urn Display Ideas You Should Consider

Losing a loved one can be extremely traumatic. Most people have very specific ideas about what they want to happen after they pass away. If your loved one requested to be cremated, respecting these wishes is a must. Nearly 56% of the people who passed away in 2020 were cremated. Once the cremation process is completed, you will be presented with an urn that contains the ashes of your loved one.  Figuring out the best way to honor the memory of a cremated friend or family member can be difficult. The following are some urn display ideas you should think...

The Top Reasons to Consider Cremation

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The Top Reasons to Consider Cremation

If you choose cremation for a deceased loved one, you likely have your reasons for doing so. People choose this option for many different reasons, and in recent years, it has become even more popular.  Are you trying to decide if cremation or traditional burial is right for your loved one who passed? If so, consider some of the top reasons to choose cremation, which can be found here.  It’s Affordable  Generally, cremation is a more cost-effective option than burial. In fact, you can expect it to cost around 40% to 50% less. Just consider all the elements of a...

What to do with ashes?

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What to do with ashes?

Cremations are now an increasingly accepted choice for families that have lost a loved one. The cremation process reduces the deceased’s ashes into a fine, white powder, either buried in a cemetery or scattered. If you have an urn containing the remains of a loved one, there are many things you can do with them that will bring comfort to you and keep your loved one’s memory alive. Choose an Urn Ashes urns are containers that you can use to keep the ashes of your loved ones. There are differences in ashes urns based on the material that they’re made...

What Is Cremation?

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What Is Cremation?

End-of-life services is a field that many people don't fully understand. Until you have an experience trying to navigate this business, it often remains somewhat of a black box, or in other words, a process that’s sort of opaque or misunderstood in some ways.   We understand that families are tackling emotional issues as they make their way through the process of figuring out funeral services. With that in mind, providing more information is almost always to the customer's benefit. Here’s more about cremation and how it works.   The Idea of Cremation  With so many bodies already in the ground, and...

What Is an Urn?

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What Is an Urn?

A cremation urn is a container used to hold cremated remains. Usually, these are made of plastic, metal, or ceramic. When the funeral home gives you your family member’s ashes, and if you do not purchase an urn before the cremation, the remains will probably be given to you in a metal container, wood urn, or inexpensive bag. You can keep your loved one’s remains in this container or purchase a more unique urn. Keep reading to learn more about the urn, what they offer, and why they are used. It’s Just a Container Put simply, an urn is a...

Wood Urns Made In The USA

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Wood Urns Made In The USA

Wood Cremation Urns Made In The USA About Us Mary and I started Celebration Urns USA in 2003. We are passionate about finding you the right wooden cremation urn to honor your loved one. We offer the highest quality wood urns handmade in the USA. Our skilled craftsmen are working hard in Oregon to make one of the best products you will see on the market.  Our Products  Every solid wood urn you purchase at Celebration Urns USA has a unique style, color and theme. We have quality hardwood urns that will fit your budget, classic urns, inspirational, 3 dimensional artwork,...

Personalized Engraving

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Personalized Engraving

Personalized Engraving - Remembering Your Loved One  Why should I personalize an Urn: Personalization is a way to make an urn special. Engraving will identify your loved one and can be a personal expression that will always be remembered.  What are the font choices: You have a choice of 3 different types of fonts to choose from: Block - Times New Roman font Block Italics - New Roman Times Italicized font Script -  Roundhand BD font What Do I Say: Most of our wooden urns will accommodate up to 3 lines, with each line having 35 characters including spaces. Some common ideas for...

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