2017

Choosing A Travel Urn For Cremains

Bringing cremains with you on a commercial flight, train, or bus ride is possible, but it has to be planned carefully. Spilled or lost cremains are not what you want to deal with on your way home or to wherever you're scattering the ashes. The best way around these issues is to choose a travel urn, which can be a temporary urn that is made solely for the trip (they're commercially available, but they are no-frills and meant for traveling, not display), or a permanent urn with travel features built in. Read More 

3 Unique Types Of Keepsake Urns

If you're looking for something different than the typical urn, and would like a unique keepsake urn, then you have lots of choices. Not every urn has to resemble a vase that sits delicately on your mantle. There are urns that are more unusual looking, and can be kept on your desk or even on your person. This is great for people who don't want the overly serious urn. So, here's a few examples of the unique and not too formal urns that you can choose from. Read More 

Important Details To Know About Picking Up Cremated Remains At A Crematorium

If your loved one has passed away and you're taking on a number of related duties, you might find yourself dealing with a crematorium if your family member asked to be cremated. Someone from the funeral home or crematorium will arrange to pick up your loved one's body, cremate it in a timely manner, and then have the remains ready for you to collect. Then, you can display them in an urn at the funeral service, followed by either scattering them in a special area or keeping them in your home. Read More