Memorial Ideas

Memorial Ideas

After the passing of a loved one, many people find solace in a memorial tribute. Traditional memorial keepsakes such as cards, plaques or urns are still as popular as ever. However, in recent years people have become more creative in their memorial choice choosing books, jewelry and specialised cards.  Choosing a unique and special keepsake can be a great way to help you focus on the positive memories and help with the grieving process.

Choosing a memorial tribute can be a daunting task, with so many options available, it can all seem a little overwhelming. In this guide, we take a look at some of the unique and modern memorial to commemorate the loss of somebody special. 

Memorial Cards

Memorial Cards are one of the most popular forms of tribute to a loved one. These cards typically have content which reflects the personality of the person who has passed away, such as a favourite poem, some text or photographs or a combination of all. Memorial cards are very popular because of their highly personal nature and cost-effectiveness. 

Memorial cards have traditionally been paper or cardboard material, however, with recent advancements in technology, we’ve switched to plastic memorial cards as they offer much better, high-definition print quality, are much more durable and can convenient.  Our plastic cards can be easily customised online with our card editor, check out our range of templates here

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Living Memorials

 

In recent times, the emphasis has switched from mourning to celebrating a persons life. This will likely be a strong factor in the choice of memorial. Living memorials have gained a lot of popularity in recent years due to the positivity associated with the growth and renewal of the plants and trees used in these memorials.

Living memorials involve people being buried in specialized plots surrounded by woodland or they may choose to have their ashes buried at home beneath a plant or tree. This peaceful commemoration method can be very comforting