Even the smallest touch can make a big difference in personalizing your gathering or service. There is no right or wrong when it comes to celebrating your loved one and honoring their life, accomplishments, and individuality. Click through each section to see how we can create that special time of remembrance.
Personalization isn’t just about honoring your loved one’s individuality. It also allows family and friends to feel connected to the services and the life being honored. A memorable and meaningful experience can be an important part of the healing process for those who are coping with a loss. We work closely with you to get to know your loved one’s life story and brainstorm ways to represent your bond and pay tribute to their unique journey.
We will create at no additional charge, a one-of-a-kind video tribute to your loved one by combining family photographs with cinematic introductions, music of your choice, and professional effects to share your loved one’s special journey during the service and provide your family and friends with a meaningful keepsake after the ceremony is over. The video will also be on display during a Visitation or Gathering.
We welcome multiple pictures, awards, memorabilia, and important possessions that are special to your loved one. The Visitation area and service location will then be transformed to display your loved one’s personality and journey. Whether your loved one is present or not, we wish the atmosphere to reflect their character and present the significance of their life.
Our Memorial programs available for any type of service will display a theme that represents their life, hobbies, or passions. A selection of poems or pictures for the programs are available to choose, or personal submissions are welcome too. Your loved one’s favorite music is important to further personalize their service: country, rock, contemporary, instrumental, religious, rap, and more. If there is a special theme that you want highlighted, please let us know. We have displayed antique cars, tractors, beach or travel souvenirs, military mementos and awards, grandchildren’s drawings, and have even served root beer floats. If your loved one cared for it, we want it to be included in the display of their life.