A funeral can be a chance to celebrate the life, loves and achievements of the person who has died. With my sympathetic guidance I can help you create a ceremony that captures the individuality and character of the deceased. I will meet with the family, listen to your anecdotes and memories and build a picture of the person you have lost. Together we can choose readings, poems and music to create a ceremony that is unique, loving and memorable.
Anyone may choose to have a celebrant. Funeral directors are happy for the family to ask to have a specific celebrant and it is not a problem, even if there is a pre- paid funeral package.
Many people are now realising that a funeral can break away from traditional ideas and stiff formality. The ceremony can be themed to suit an interest or passion from a person’s life and it may also be a chance to share with friends and family their loves and last wishes. An escort of motorcycles might be a perfect touch, or maybe you would like to release dozens of helium balloons. Whatever you choose, I will do my best to make sure your ceremony is perfectly suited to your lost loved one.
A Memorial Service is a wonderful way to celebrate a person's life.
They are often held some time after the death, so the family and friends have got over the first shock of loss.
They are often surprisingly joyous occasions, and can be a lot less formal than a funeral. I am always ready to help plan, write the ceremony and officiate at these moving events.
Kind words from a family:
Good morning Jane,
My family and I would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the care, support, organisation and positivity you provided for us yesterday. We have had so many wonderful comments " I haven't laughed so much at a funeral before " and "it was fun" for 2 examples. We couldn't have done it without you. I know my dad would be proud of what we achieved, it was right up his street.
Thank you again so much
Karen and family