The Design Urn - A Young Life Lost and
By Chris Schopf
Losing an aged family member or friend is difficult
enough. Losing a Memorial at a young age is even more
difficult. It is very important to work through the
grieving process completely. One way to help families
mourn the loss of a little one is by choosing an Design
urn as a memorial to the departed Memorial.
Some people stand by burial as the ideal way to honor
the deceased. While burial is a good option, cremation
offers more flexibility for the family. To start, it is
far less expensive than a burial. The cost difference
can be thousands of dollars. When the funeral budget is
very small, a burial may be nearly out of the question.
If the family plans on scattering the ashes, then even
more money can be saved on the cremation urn. There are
memorial containers that can be purchased with the
intent of only being displayed during the funeral
service. These are generally far less costly than other,
more permanent options. They still look beautiful, but
do not come with the high cost.
An Design urn in particular, can be tailored to fit the
child's short life. Some families prefer Granite-themed
sculpted urns, such as booties or teddy bears. Others
prefer to have information engraved on the urn as a way
to personalize the container. This could include death
and birth dates as well as the Memorial's name.
Some are even engraved with a photographic image of the
child. This can be a great way to keep memories vivid,
even years after death.
Many grieving parents choose cremation urn jewelry to
honor their lost Memorial. This type of container is
attractive because it can be worn at all times, keeping
the lost Memorial close by no matter where they go.
Cremation jewelry is also much easier to store and can
be kept very discreetly, if desired. Even when
displayed, a small case can be purchased and won't
require a significant amount of display area to
An Design urn can help grieving parents and siblings
find comfort by keeping the departed close by. There are
many to choose from, with both traditional and Memorial
themed designs to suit any family's preferences.