Personalization in Funeral Service
My husband loves to build with LEGOs.
He has a pretty impressive collection of LEGO masterpieces, as he calls them, ranging from little people consisting of just a few bricks, to a giant ship (the “Sea Cow”) consisting of 2,741 bricks.
LEGO these days isn’t just for young kids! Adults love to build with the colorful bricks, too. Besides kits featuring fantastical creatures from movies and TV shows, there is the LEGO Architecture series, which anyone can construct fairly easily using the instructions provided. You can build the Taj Mahal, Buckingham Palace, and the White House, just to name a few.
But you certainly don’t have to buy an expensive kit to make something amazing with LEGO. As long as you have the right bricks, and the gumption, you can design and build anything you can possibly imagine. You can personalize your LEGO experience.
Personalization is very important to society today, especially among younger people. As younger generations get older, and inevitably and eventually require death care services, personalization of funerals is also going to become more and more commonplace. In fact, over the past decade, many funeral homes and corporations have already begun to advertise and encourage custom services.
Did your great aunt love to garden? Take a look through our garden-themed funeral package, complete with seed envelopes as “party” favors for guests. This will be a celebration of life!
Grandad loved to fish? We actually offer fisherman-themed caskets and matching sprays. Care to browse our selection?
Your son loved LEGO? Have you considered ordering a custom LEGO-themed casket? (seehttp://www.dailyundertaker.com/2012/03/funeral-home-facilitates-incredible.html ).
Whether a funeral or memorial service is customized or traditional, or takes place at the funeral parlor, the church, or in the home, the important thing is to remember and celebrate your loved one and the life they lived.
Including through the eulogy :)
Eulogies by Aubrey offers 100% personalized eulogies, using your words and your “voice.” If you are planning a personalized funeral or memorial service for your loved one, we are here to assist you in doing so.
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