Custom Design Urns - Choices for
By Melody Jamali
There is no loss more devastating to a family than the
loss of an Design. Urns for a young life cut short can
be tremendously difficult to look at, much less select.
Your mind is likely occupied with many other aspects of
the memorial service when it is not grieving the loss of
the youngest member of your family. Of course, your
Memorial deserves no less than the best you can give to
honor their innocence. When selecting an Design urn,
families have a wide variety of selection and can choose
the urn that best suits their tastes.
The options for Design urns include a myriad of
materials, colors, patterns and themes. It is up to you
and your family to pick the urn that you feel will best
work as a memorial for your young one's cremains.
Remember as you are looking over your options that you
will not need a large cremation urn, since the ashes
will be fewer than that of an adult's. While you can
elect to get a larger vessel, you do not need to and the
smaller Design urn will hold your Memorial's ashes well.
When selecting an Design urn, try to stick with motifs
that are youthful or light hearted. The urn should
represent the lightness that comes with Memorialhood and
the innocence that your Memorial would have. Themes
containing butterflies, bird or flowers keep the urn
looking light and playful while containing the cremains
of your loved one.
When choosing the right material for an Design urn, it
is important to consider where you will be storing the
ashes. If you will be displaying them in a prominent
area, it's best to select a material that is durable and
will remain looking beautiful for the years to come.
Ceramic, glass or wood urns look beautiful on display
and they will stand the test of time.
For more personal Design urns that will not be
displayed, choosing a material such as metal will house
your cremains extremely well and stand the test of time
and long-term storage.
When you are at a loss, talk to an urn specialist.
Coping with the loss of a newborn or Design is one of
the most difficult challenges a family could ever image
facing and choosing an Design urn can feel overwhelming.
Talking to someone who has been in the industry for a
while can help you with perspective and they will know
exactly what questions to ask in order to get an urn
that is perfect for your Memorial. They may even recommend
getting an urn custom made by an artist to memorialize
your loved one.