What Cremation Products are Available for Purchase?

By: Tom Gallagher
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

When you are planning a funeral, some of the largest decisions that you need to make is what type of service your loved one would want and where they would like to be buried. A celebration of life cremation service has become a popular option for a funeral service, as it can customise to match the person and their family’s believes and values.

 

No matter the cremation service that you pick, you will need to pick a protective container or urn. Our staff will work with you to help you find the right cremation service and items for your loved one’s celebration of life.

 

Types of Cremation Products

 

There are many cremation service products that you can pick from.

 

Cremation Caskets

Cremation caskets can be used for viewings and traditional funeral services that can be celebration of life services. Most wooden caskets can be cremated. Cremation caskets are simple in design.

 

Cremation Urn

Urns used in a cremation service come in various styles, sizes, and colours. There are a wide range of urns that can be used for burial, scattering, or keepsakes. There are also ecofriendly urns that can be used in a celebration of life cremation service. Your plans for the urn after the cremation service will affect the style and type of urn that you select.

 

Urn Vaults

Urn vaults are designed to protect the urn when the urn is buried. There are many cemeteries that require the use of a vault. The urn vault protects the urn from being damaged over time and stops the ground from caving in over time.

 

Memorial Items

There are many memorial items that you can have made with cremation ashes, or store the cremation ashes in. Cremation jewellery is a popular item because you can keep your loved one close. Miniature urns are also great memorial items and come in a large range of different shapes, sizes, and designs. Some miniature urns match the larger urns and can be customised like the larger urns.

 

Customised Items

Many of the items that are used in a cremation service can be customised. Most can be customised with the use of engraving or laser designs. Some urns have photo frames that you can place a photo in. There are also sets of urns that you can have customised if you plan to hold onto the ashes after the cremation service.

 

If there is a special item that you are looking for, our staff can help you find it. If you need any information about celebration of life or a cremation service or product, you can contact our staff here at the Nutmeg State Cremation Society. We would be happy to help you find the information that you need.

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