Lilies and What They MeanĀ 

Did you know that the may birth flower is a Lily? In addition to that, they can also be used in a time of bereavement. Lilies are known to bring peace of mind to a family member or friend who has suffered a loved one. You will often see them in funeral arrangements for this reason. Lilies suggest the soul of a loved o...READ MORE

Grief Funerals

Helping a Friend or Neighbor Cope with Loss

Before the Funeral 1. Offer to notify his/her family and friends about funeral arrangements. 2. House-sit to prevent burglaries during the funeral and visitations. 3. Help answer phones and greet visitors. 4. Keep a record of everyone who calls, visits and has been contacted. 5. Help coordinate food and drink supply....READ MORE

Grief Funerals

Funeral Wreaths

One common type of funeral arrangement is the wreath, which is documented as having been used in ancient Greece. A symbol of continuity, the funeral wreath represented the circle of eternal life. When made of evergreens - the symbol of eternal strength because evergreens survive harsh winters - the funeral wreath of e...READ MORE


Get the Most out of Funeral Flowers

Flowers at funerals have been something used in end-of-life memorials for many generations. Arranging and placing flowers has been one of the oldest forms of mourning. One of the oldest known uses of burial flowers was discovered during an archaeological excavation of an Iraqi cave, where several human burial sites da...READ MORE


Preplan Your Funeral and Give your Loved Ones Piece of Mind

The process of planning your own funeral or end of life services may seem intimidating or a bit undesirable, however, that does not have to be the case. This article will hopefully give you a better understanding of how it works and why people are deciding to do it these days. If any of the following statements descri...READ MORE

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