As non-traditional funeral services and cremation are becoming a trend, it is no wonder more people are seeking new ways to honour their loved ones after death. We have made a little research and found out which are the top five unique ideas when it comes to honouring the loved one.
Life is Short, Art is Forever.
We have paced this, as our first choice, since we believe art is the finest way to keep the memory alive. Pulvis Art Urns can be placed at home, at the garden or a place where you can enjoy the craftsmanship in a personal way, without the guests notice.
From Ashes to Trees
Nowadays many companies offer biodegradable urns with tree or wildflower seeds. The eco-friendly urns contains the seed of a tree in the upper half that germinates before the roots grow through the lower half section, containing the ashes.
Become One With Water
This is one of the finest ideas when it comes to uniqueness. Mixing the ashes with concrete to create an environmentally safe concrete reef, however, is usually not cheap. The reef, which serves as a nature habitat for fish and other sea life, usually ranges from $3,000 to $9,000.
Diamonds are Forever
Cremation Diamonds are a unique way to remember the life of a loved one. The machinery involved and the process are the same as in a lab that makes synthetic diamonds from other carbon materials. The cost, however, may vary between $5,000 and $20,000.
A Celebration Of Life
There are many firework companies, which can pack a portion of the cremation ashes into mesmerizing fireworks. Usually some of the favourite songs of the deceased accompany the firework display. The prices vary, according to the preference level.
Whatever you have planned for the ashes of your loved one, we want to assure you that you are not alone in this journey. When you are deciding what to do with the ashes of a cremated loved one, we hope these five ideas will help you find the right memorial decision.
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