Planning Funeral Services
A funeral service is a specific service which is held to memorialize a loved person who is no more. This is held with the presence of the body. Though most people tend to avoid talking about death, this is one and probably, the only truth of life which is faced by all. Preparing for a funeral service for a loved one is one of the most difficult and toughest tasks which need to be carried out. It is wiser to get as much information on this service before the actual requirement.
1. Traditional Funeral:
Traditional funeral is one of the most common funeral services. These services acknowledge not only the death but also the life of the person who is no more. This service also brings together the grieving family and friends of the deceased together to bid the final good-bye.
This involves a visitation or a viewing. These types of funeral services are normally held in a church. After the service the deceased is transported to the final place chosen for resting.
2. Humanist funeral:
This type of funeral service, the humanist funeral is a non-religious funeral. This is more of a celebration of the life along with the achievements of the deceased. Humanist funeral is more of a dignified farewell. This funeral service includes readings which have been carefully selected, music and a tribute given by someone who was close to the deceased.
This service can be held at cemeteries, crematona, woodland burial sites or even at home.
Cremation is one type of funeral service which has gained popularity with the passing of time. This service is held either in a stet or a chapel, but can also happen after a church service. After the cremation, the ashes of the deceased are handed over to the family. This can be scattered in a specific place which is important for the family.
Following few tips listed below can be helpful during this time of misery and grief.
* Consider a cremation coffin. How much ever you might have loved the person dead and gone, he/she would not wish you to spend a good fortune on a coffin which is decorative. A simple coffin tends to be dignified and respectful. A cremation coffin works out reasonable as compared to a burial coffin.
* Ensure you have a say on the choice of music to be played or the memories on the funeral. It is important to make a funeral service as personalized as possible, though this is definitely tough.
*There are many who would be more than willing to help. Do not hesitate to ask for the required help as this can help you remain calm and face this loss.
*Be prepared to accept the condolences offered by different people. Definitely this is not the right time to interact but there are certain ‘musts’ to be followed.
*Make sure you dress appropriately for the funeral service. This makes all the difference to the impression created and also to your mood.