No matter the circumstances, when someone we love passes, it is never an easy time. In a time of grief and sorrow, it is important that we do our best to remember the good times we had with this person and try to celebrate their life. Unfortunately, the seemingly impossible task of planning the funeral ceremony is on the family of that loved one, which is why we at 1-800-Flowers - Dallas in Dallas, TX, have come up with some ideas to make your loved one's ceremony more of a celebration of their life and keep their memory everlasting.
When planning a ceremony, flowers are always a beautiful direction to go when deciding how to decorate. We recommend the Peaceful Prayers Serenity Angel Arrangement White. The Peaceful Prayers Serenity Angel arrangement has a stunning yet subtle look to it. Placed in the center of this arrangement is a white ceramic angel statue that will make for a beautiful keepsake you can keep in your home in memory of your loved one.
Depending on how many people you expect to be joining you in celebration of your loved one, it might be a good idea for you to create name tags for guests. Oftentimes, at these ceremonies there are guests from all points of our family member's life and many have never met one another or don't remember each other. A name tag with how they met the deceased can help guests to grieve with one another and share stories and memories they have of the times they spent with their friend, colleague or family member.
In today's technological age, we can create keepsake tribute videos or slideshows for guests bring home with them. The video could incorporate pictures and short videos of the deceased with their friends and family, doing things they loved, anything that would best represent and showcase they life they lived. If you are adding music to the video or slideshow, add their favorite songs to the background of the video. Again, the video should showcase all the things they loved and were most passionate about while they were with us.
While it's never easy losing the ones we love and planning the funeral ceremony might initially seem to make the grieving process harder, take it as an opportunity to give them one last celebration and remember all the good things they accomplished in their life. Think about everything and everyone they loved in their life and include them in the celebration. We at 1-800-Flowers - Dallas in Dallas, TX, hope our advice, ideas, and suggestions helped you. We want to make this process as easy as possible for you and are always here to offer our skills, services, and expertise to the best of our abilities.