Three amazing modern memorial ideas
When someone passes away it can be important for the grieving process to have a memorial that represents and keeps a part of that person alive for friends and family.
Traditionally this could be a place to go like a burial site with a headstone, a bench, plaque or if your loved one opts for a cremation an urn is one of the most common memorial pieces, however, with technology developing there are so many new ways to keep a piece of your loved one alive in everything you do.
We are sharing some of the amazing modern memorial ideas.
Modern funerals are all about the celebration of life, so adding a living memorial into your funeral plans and beyond is a great option.
A living memorial is a tree, plant or garden planted in memory of a person who has passed away, funeral flowers remain a popular touch, however, the growth of memorial gardens can be a really positive way to commemoration the death of your loved one.
Memorial furniture is a great way to honour the memory of a loved one who has passed, one of the most common and popular ways to do so is by having a plaque made with a short message and detailing that can be attached to a bench that could be placed anywhere in the world.
Many people choose benches in places their loved one used to go, or a place that holds a significant memory for the person who has passed, allowing people to go sit in that place and reminisce with friends or family about them.
There has been a rise in the production and popularity of memorial jewellery which can be a fantastic opportunity to create a family heirloom that can remain in the family for generations to come.
Designing a piece of memorial jewellery is an amazing and very personalised way to create a memorial piece for someone that has passed away and you can now even add the ashes of a loved one into stones that can be put into the jewellery of your choice.
With that being said, there are many ways you can create one or even several long-lasting memorials for a loved one you want to remember, giving the friends and the family of that person the opportunity to reflect whenever they want to on the joy that they brought to their lives.