Memorials.com, an online retailer of funeral, cremation, and memorial products, offers a guide to the selection of an appropriate funeral cremation urn.
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Corpus Cristi, TX -There is nothing comfortable about losing someone you love. Time may lessen the pain, but it will never fill the void after the death of a beloved friend, companion, spouse, mother, father, child or another dear family member.
Choosing the right cremation urn for the ashes of your loved one is one step you can take to keep their legacy alive even through absence. Memorials.com provides a helpful list of things to consider when choosing between different funeral cremation urns.
Funeral cremation urns are available in a variety of sizes, for different purposes. Small urns, also called keepsake urns, hold a token amount of the ashes of your loved one, and are perfect for sharing the remains with other family members, or plan to inter most of the ashes while keeping a small memento. Also available are necklaces for cremation ashes, which allow you to carry that memento with you.
Medium urns hold the remains of a single teenager or smaller adult. Large urns can hold all adults, and there is also an option called a companion urn, which will hold the ashes of two adults, and sometimes have separate compartments for storing the ashes side by side. Extra-large or family urns can hold the remains of three or four persons.
Memorial urns also come in a variety of materials, including wood, marble, glass, ceramic, plastic and more. Many are handcrafted masterpieces, created with great artistry using traditional methods.
Urns may also be engraved with a personalized with a metal or wood plaque commemorating the life of your loved one.
Memorial urns come in a variety of shapes, including the traditional cremation vase, chest or canister styles. Unconventional keepsake urns come in all manner of shapes, including football helmets, ducks, flowers, lighthouses, boots, chess pieces, teardrops, angels and many more.
When choosing the right style urn for cremation, it often helps to consider the personality of your loved one, including their favorite hobbies, activities, occupation, vacation spots, pets, or anything else that made them unique.
Knowing the final resting spot of the container will help you choose the proper vessel for your loved one’s ashes. You may plan to showcase the cremation vessel in your home or in a mausoleum, in which case you’ll need to find a style that fits into the space. Depending upon the cemetery’s requirements, burial urns may need to be placed in a sealed vault urn before burying. If you will be traveling with the urn, you’ll need to find a vessel that is approved by the TSA for airplane travel. And if you plan a water internment or wish to scatter the ashes you may need a special urn to make those processes as simple as possible.
Regardless of the choice you make, know that Memorials.com is there to help ease your search for the perfect way to memorialize your loved one.
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