Funeral Memorials To Share
By Carole Galassi
The Funeral Order of Service Program can become a
funeral memorial. Most people may not consider it to be
but if you look at all the elements that are included
within this type of funeral programs, it highlights your
loved one's life. What better funeral memorial can you
get than with that? Funeral memorials are a way to
preserve your loved one's memory through some sort of
object whether its planting a tree or create memorial
service programs for a keepsake.
If you are planning a funeral, don't forget to
incorporate a funeral memorial into the arrangements.
You will be glad you did as the years drift by. It's
also a way to honor and pay tribute to a loved one.
Funeral service programs can be preserved by printing
them on acid-free paper which prevents the aging or
I still hold dear the funeral memorial service program
from my brother-in-law's service. It is a treasure
because it contains photos of him through important
parts of his life. He lives in another state and its
great we are able to have a few memorial photos from the
program to keep as a reminder of the life he lived. Try
and keep that in mind when your creating the memorial
You can also mail any remaining programs to those who
were not able to attend the service. Taking this into
consideration, it is wise to order or have printed more
than you need if you anticipate having to mail the
programs. Everyone will cherish and love them since it
does symbolize the final celebration of life.
The best place on the web to view funeral poems and find
templates for funeral programs is The Funeral Program
Site. This website has a solid reputation of designing
quality program templates for Microsoft Word, Publisher,
and Apple iWork Pages. There is also a beautiful
selection of templates for funeral prayer cards, thank
you cards, funeral songs, and booklets.