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Ideas for Remembrance and Memorial Gifts for Hospices and Hospitals

Hospices and hospitals often give small gifts or tokens of remembrance to family members or patients.  These gifts can help people grieve and give them a sense of community with other people who are attending the ceremony or memorial service.  Natural items such as flowers or trees are very comforting because they grow and provide a living reminder of a loved one they may have lost.  Memorial coins are another nice gift because they are small and have a sense of permanence. The memorial coins can be carried in a purse, pocket, or on a key chain.  More information and ideas on hospice, hospital memorial gifts are available here. For more information on each item, click on the photo.

Plantable seed card bookmarks

Memorial bookmarks have a plantable seed card shape that can be removed and planted in memory of a loved one who passed. Shapes are either butterflies, crosses, or hearts and come in a variety of colors

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Unique Funeral Idea to Personalize a Memorial

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Memory stones and memory cards provide a great way to personalize a celebration of life.

Memory tables are popular at funerals and celebrations of life. Why not make the memory table more personalized by adding memorial stones and memorial cards? Funeral guests can take the time to stop by the table and contribute their own memories by writing on the stones and cards.

 

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Our New Funeral Memorial Metal Pocket Rings, A Wonderful Sympathy Gift

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Butterfly Memorial Ring, Consider handing out at a celebration of life

We’ve had such growth in our funeral favors and sympathy gifts line that we’ve extended it to include two new metal pocket rings. The rings come in two styles; the heart rings say on one side “In Loving Memory” and “Always in My Heart” memory_rings_in_memory_ft_bkon the other. The second, the butterfly ring says, “What The Caterpillar Perceives As The End ” and the back says “To The Butterfly Is Just The Beginning”.

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How I Planned a Memorial Candle Lighting For My Young Friend Forrest

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Forrest (Left) and me before Prom
Forrest Peck 1989-2013

Guest Contributor:  CJ Doherty Age:  23

On February 3, 2013, I lost one of my best friends, Forrest Peck.  Forrest was the first person to offer me his friendship and guidance when I changed schools my senior year of high school.   He died in a car crash at the age of 23.  I got the call from my friend that he had passed and it hit me hard. Continue reading

Unique Ideas turning a Funeral into a Celebration of Life- Get Creative with Photos

A great way to display photos for a memorial service while creating a family heirloom at the same time

A great way to display photos for a memorial service while creating a family heirloom at the same time

If you are anything like me, you have boxes of old photos.  While I have a computer and iphone full of recent photos, it’s the older photos that seem to capture a time and place so well. Continue reading