Celebrate the Life of Your Loved one With Memory Boards
Here is a great idea for personalizing the celebration of life that you are planning: create memorial boards displaying favorite photos from your loved one’s life. In order to create beautiful memory boards, we’ve made it easy by offering a download where you can immediately print out the images and frames, to make professional looking boards like the ones shown above.
For $19.95 you can print over 80 decorative embellishments, containing a variety of colors, patterns, and sayings such as “A legacy of Love” and “Celebrating your life”. Some of the images contain an area you can fill in with your own words such as “I’ll always remember when… ” The photo frames come in blue and green, and are sized to be placed under your photos to provide an accent around the border. Continue reading
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Urns don’t have to be marble or old-fashioned. These wood urns are made from natural hardwoods and are elegant and down-to-earth. Bring a little bit of nature into your home.
The artist who made these new wood urns was a building contractor, who followed his passion and now makes urns as well as decorative boxes, shelves, and bottles using rare and beautiful types of wood.
If your loved one played a musical instrument, consider having friends and family write their sentiments on their favorite instrument. Just provide a Sharpie marker. The instrument then becomes a treasured keepsake. You could also use a drum, violin, bass or any other musical instrument.
The following songs have uplifting lyrics that may relate to the life that your loved one led.
1. One Sweet Day – Mariah Carey Featuring Boyz II Men
This song uplifts the spirit with a chorus of “and I know eventually we’ll be together, one sweet day.” This may bring some peace as family and friends grieve. Continue reading