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Funeral Help & Advice

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Types of funeral

Things to Consider

Flowers are a fitting addition to a funeral service and act as a moving tribute to your loved one. At Far & Beyond, we offer a wide range of flower options to ensure that your loved one is given the perfect arrangement.

Memorial jewellery can be one of the most touching, personal ways to remember a lost loved one. With a beautiful, unique item worn on your wrist, your finger or around your neck, you can silently pay tribute to a friend or family member in your daily life. This is a heartfelt memorial that will last long after the funeral service.

As well as guiding attendees through the programme of chosen readings, hymns, or other music that will form your loved one’s funeral, it can also provide an emotive part of the celebration of their life. It can become a lasting celebration of them as a much-loved individual, both on a striking cover and then inside.

Here at Far & Beyond, we understand that choosing a casket or urn for a loved one can be difficult and emotional for you and your family. But deciding on the final resting place for a loved one can offer some comfort at this painful time.

For relatives and friends that live abroad, attending a funeral can be difficult.

Thankfully, in today’s digital age, technology presents a number of new opportunities to share in the occasion without having to arrange travel.

The release of beautiful white doves during a funeral service has long been recognised as a touching, evocative and symbolic way to help free your loved one from the physical bonds of life.

Deaths are always a shock, and there are lots of arrangements that must be made before the funeral service. This, coupled with the grief of losing a loved one, can mean that the service can pass very quickly, before you’ve had a chance to take it all in.

If you’re arranging a funeral for a loved one, transport is likely to be one of your top considerations. Choosing a vehicle to transport your loved one to the service is an important and highly personal aspect of the arrangements and can be a crucial element of making the day memorable and special for the bereaved.

Whatever the genre, music can be one of the most emotive ways to express the personality of your loved one at a funeral. Music is highly important and personal to a lot of people, and can help the bereaved to feel more connected to their lost loved one.

Writing a newspaper announcement or obituary can play an important part in notifying family and friends of your loved ones passing.

Often, families of departed loved ones will ask for a charitable donation to be made, in place of flowers, at a funeral service. These offer valuable, even vital, contributions to many charities, both large and small, international and local. These are also accepted by so many as a more lasting and fitting tribute than short-term floral displays.

At Far & Beyond, we offer a wide selection of coffins, with something to suit every individual and budget. Choosing a coffin can be difficult for the bereaved, so we are ready to assist you with your decision.

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