We lost Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher the wonderful mother and daughter Hollywood duo within a day of each other. Their private and public funeral services contained some creative life celebration ideas to commemorate their remarkable lives that might inspire you.
Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, what a mother-daughter force!
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I think the “special memory” card would be TERRIFIC at a luncheon already on the guest tables with pens, maybe a simple tri-fold type of card with it Continue reading
Today I got a great idea from a customer. She unfortunately has been attending several funerals lately and our memory cards inspired her. Here is what she wrote:
Jack LaLanne barbell funeral arrangement
Today there was a true celebration of Jack LaLanne’s life. Many consider him to be the king of all things fitness. He was lifting barbells just hours before he passed and was laid to rest with the same weight he was holding in his left hand when he died, his son, Dan LaLanne said. Continue reading
Heart Wildlflower Funeral Card
After the loss of a loved one, it helps to have objects around that help you remember the good times you had together. It can be very healing to light a candle or wear jewelry that reminds you of your loved one. In remembering the person, you pay tribute to the memories and special relationship you had together.
If you are attending a funeral, you may want something to express your sympathy to the family or to give to the other guests and family members. A small item given out to everyone allows them to take home something to look at and keep, to remember and honor the person who is gone. Continue reading