After You've Gone
Gone, but not forgotten! How to be remembered the way you want to be remembered...
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- Give them the gift of a Lifebox
Give your loved ones the gift of your Lifebox so that they can remember you whenever they want. It will make your parting easier to bear.
- Benefits of funeral planning
Funeral planning is important to ensure the final event is memorable, to help grieving loved ones and get the best value for money and best service from the funeral director.
- How to make sure your friends and family know the sad news
How the Lifebox public profile page allows you to inform friends and relatives of your passing.
- A bronze portrait - a unique way of being remembered
A bronze portrait is a unique and timeless way to capture a likeness that will be appreciated for generations to come.
- Digital scrapbooks: preserving memories
Digital scrapbooking is an enjoyable way of preserving precious memories. Let your creativity and imagination loose, and impress people now and in the future.
- Funeral photography
Priscilla Etienne, founder of Funeography, describes why it's important to capture the mood of the funeral on film.
- Charity legacy considerations
Think hard before deciding on which charity to leave a legacy. Consider volunteering your time and expertise to smaller local charities.
- Beauty of a hand carved memorial
Hand cut memorials are unique and have a beauty not found in the mass produced memorials purchased from the funeral director.
- Your public profile
How to create your public profile, and how to allow your friends and family to make comments which can include memorials to your memory when you have died.
- Send the ashes closer to heaven
Why sending loved one's ashes heaven bound in a firework display is proving ever more popular. Sending a parted loved one towards the stars is often a happy way of achieving closure.