What You Should Know About Cremation

28 Jan

When a loved one dies, you may be responsible for deciding if they should be buried or cremated. Cremation is often the less expensive option, which is one of many reasons people choose to have someone cremated. This involves reducing the bones and tissue of the body to dried bone fragments and ashes. After that, […]

Popular Design Options for Cemetery Monuments

4 Nov

A cemetery monument is designed to be a marker and a tribute for a loved one that has died. Choosing the perfect memorial for your loved one is not always the easiest decision to make. However, if you are aware of the different design options that are available, you have the ability to make a […]

Tips for planning a modern Australian funeral

20 Jul

Traditionally there hasn’t been much variation in Western funeral practices, with casket burials and church services the norm. Contemporary society, however, is moving away from traditional funeral and burial practices, towards increasingly personalised and non-secular funerals. Let’s look at some helpful tips for planning a modern Australian funeral. Consider cremation or burial Whether you decide […]

Providing Great Opportunity for Personalisation of Funeral Services

17 Jul

A funeral service marks the last sendoff for a loved one and though sorrowful, nothing should stop you from making it befitting and unforgettable. Funeral homes help mourners with the things they need to make sure they provide the funeral service they desire for the dead. Once you’ve made up your mind on whether you […]

Stillborn Funerals: Turning Loss Into Hope

9 Jul

There are few events in life as devastating as giving birth to a stillborn child. At a time when you are confused and seeking ways to grieve, you are confronted with organising a funeral. In Australia, the law states that a baby of at least 20 weeks in gestation or weighing more than 400 grams […]