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At QuickFuneral, you can design your own cards, choose elements from templates. Upload your own backgrounds, images of your love once with your own text in many available fantastic fonts. You can share to your facebook friends, save as PDF to print. You can save a card unlimited times by paying once.


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Cards – Birthday Cards, Greetings Cards or cards for any occasion; with your personal touch from quickfuneral.com. Create personalised cards to your heart’s content at QuickFuneral. Whether you want to send a Personalised Greetings Card, Personalised Birthday Card or send a Personalised Photo Card Greeting, QuickFuneral have a great range to choose from. You can save your cards for print and share to your friends online.

Choose from our range Birthday Cards, Anniversary Cards, Wedding Cards, Thank You Cards, Valentine’s Cards, Mother’s Day Cards and Father’s Day Cards. From Humour/Funny Cards to Photo Cards we have a personalised greetings card suitable for all of your friends and relatives.

Celebration Cards Designing

Create your greeting cards, invitation cards & celebration cards with your images, your own text. Using Carddesigner service you can save your project for future alteration. You can export your card as PDF to print and you can share your card to your facebook friends unlimited times by paying just once. This Online Card Designing Service is fast growing on internet. You can deign here Birthday cards, wedding cards, invitation cards, celebration cards, thankyou cards.

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After completing your design, you can continue to Save it as PDF or you can share to facebook friend wall. Social sharing is great impact to show you wishes & invitation globally.

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You can choose different page types to design your own card. When you done with design either you can order to get hard copies or you can manually print its copies. Design your Card on Studio => Save as PDF => Setup your printer, and print it.

Funeral Programs

These type of cards are also known as funeral bulletin, funeral memorial programs,funeral service programs or memorial service program and are used to supply information to those that are in attendance at the funeral and usually lists the order of events, pallbearers, special poems and verses, and anything else that the family wants to include to make the service a memorable experience.

Traditionally, the main focus that goes into the funeral program template has been the text. With new technologies, families can now incorporate custom images in addition to text to help celebrate the life of the person that has passed on.

Creating a Funeral Program is Easy

Our online software allows you to easily create 100% custom in minutes while still keeping the desired quality. The application allows you to choose from hundreds of background templates we provide and also has the ability to upload your own background of your choice. Unlimited pictures and text boxes can be uploaded or inserted to your project as well and can be dragged and dropped anywhere on the page.

You will love, and most likely be amazed at how easy it is to erase backgrounds from pictures. Simply click on the red button to erase and the green button to restore what you may not have wanted to erase.

The application uses new online HTML5 technology that enables the software to auto-save every change you make to your beautiful funeral program. This also means that you can access your project on any computer in the world – Mac or PC so you will never have to download the software.

Types of Obituary Program Templates

Funeral programs templates come in many different sizes. The most popular sizes are the 1-up (8.5 x 11 sheet of paper folded in half) and 2-up programs (print two programs on an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper and folded in half). The finished size for the 1-up programs when folded is 5.5 x 8.5 and the finished size for a half page funeral program folded is 4.25 x 5.5. Either size can be created with or without a boarder (this is only an option if you choose to have your product printed at a local printer).

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funeral is a remembrance of life – a celebration of the history, personality and accomplishments that make every life unique. A truly personal, individualized tribute is more than just a way to express your love. It is also an important part of grieving, and often the first step in the healing process.

Funeral homes arrange services in accordance with the wishes of surviving friends and families. The funeral home often takes care of the necessary paperwork, permits, and other details, such as making arrangements with the cemetery, and providing obituaries to the news media.

There are a few common types of services in North America. A traditional funeral service consists of a viewing (sometimes referred to as a visitation), a funeral service in a place of worship or the funeral home chapel and a graveside committal service. Direct cremation consists of the funeral home receiving the corpse, preparing it for the crematory and filing the necessary legal paperwork. Direct/immediate burial is the foregoing of a funeral ceremony for a prompt, simple burial. Moving a corpse between mortuaries involves preparing it for shipment in a coffin strapped into an arbitrary or a combination unit. This is common when it is to be buried in a different locality than where the person died.

When a corpse is brought to a funeral home, it is sometimes embalmed to delay decomposition. The procedure typically involves replacing the blood with a mixture of preservative chemicals and dyes, aspirating the internal organs and setting the facial features. Makeup is used to make the face and hands look more lifelike. If the face or hands were disfigured by accident, illness or decomposition, the embalmer may utilize restorative techniques to make them presentable for an “open casket” service. If this isn’t possible, or the family wishes, the funeral home can perform a “closed casket” service.

The funeral home often sets aside one or more large areas for people to gather at a visitation. This area may contain a space to display the body in a casket to visitors who may pay their respects. Funeral and memorial services may also take place at the funeral home. Many funeral homes offer prearrangement options for those who wish to prepare their own funerals.

Writing an obituary or funeral program must capture the heart of mourners and it conveys the exact message at the funeral service. Hundreds of designs and services are available to make a funeral program memorable. Free Funeral Program consists of booklets which are usually passed out to all the mourners present at a funeral place. A funeral program remains as a memory of the deceased person and it also associates with the list of dealings for the funeral. Though most of the funeral program differs usually in their content and appearance, some of their fundamental features remain the same. A cover used in the funeral program pamphlet contains the picture of the deceased and it is common in the entire program. Similar to the picture certain other features remains the same, while the feelings expressed differ in one funeral program to other.

 

The preparation involved in planning a funeral can be overwhelming when mourning the loss of a loved one. Those responsible for preparing the funeral and other arrangements don’t have to do it alone. There are tons of free online resources that can help you write an obituary and design a funeral program in a way that captures and conveys your loved one’s life in a genuine and honest way.

A funeral program is a popular way for people to chronicle the life and achievements of the deceased as well as inform family and friends about the events of the funeral or memorial service. Funeral programs can last a lifetime, as keepsakes for family and friends.

Funeral and memorial programs typically include such basic information about the deceased as the name, date of birth and death, time, date and location of funeral, pallbearers, the order of service and the obituary. Families can choose to further personalize a funeral program by including photos, poems, art, family stories and other intimate information.

While there are a number of websites that offer funeral program templates, there are few that offer them for free. However, the web is filled with tips and suggestions for those unsure of how to design an appropriate funeral or memorial program. The below free funeral program templates will give you a better idea of how to write a funeral program.

 

A free funeral program template makes life a little easier for people that find themselves in the unfortunate circumstances of dealing with death. We all know death is an inevitable fact of our existence but it is still often an unexpected event fraught with emotion and difficulty.

  • Creating a funeral program can be a way to help a family member honor and pay tribute to the deceased. The program is a keepsake for all that cared for them to take home from the funeral. Making one can be a cathartic process. With all the other costs associated with death, taking on the task of creating a program at no cost, can be one less burden to feel the strain of.

We’ll give you ten good resources, along with some tips to help you in this task. As you’ll see below, there is a certain amount of latitude in terms of format, design, and room for images in the resources given.

When you are put to the task of creating a booklet for funeral or memorial service, studying a sample funeral program will help you gather a few ideas. If you already have a niche for design, developing the program won’t be difficult. Even if you do need some assistance, plenty of free funeral program templates are available on the Internet to guide you.

Elements of a Sample Funeral Program

Since the booklet will become a keepsake for many who attend the funeral, several items should be included:

  • Full legal name of deceased person
  • Dates of birth and death
  • Time, date and place of funeral
  • Name of the priest, minister or other dignitary officiating the service
  • Place of interment
  • Full names of pallbearers
  • Name of person delivery the eulogy
  • Titles of songs played and/or sung

 

Religious Funerals

If the deceased person is having a religious funeral, other elements can be included in the program:

  • Scripture, Gospel or Bible citations: State the reference and the person who is reading it
  • If the funeral service has servers, as is used during a Catholic Mass, those names should be listed as well.
  • Bereavement verses

Optional Elements to Include

Depending on how many pages you want the funeral program to be, many other elements you can include:

  • Pictures of the deceased person
  • Favorite poetry
  • List of surviving family members
  • Brief biography
  • Charities where donations may be made
  • Time and place of the “after funeral” breakfast or luncheon
  • Funny anecdotes or quotes
  • Words of gratitude from the family to those who attended the service
  • Artwork created by the deceased person

 

Selecting a Cover for the Funeral Program

The cover of the funeral program should speak not only of the person who died, but also about the type of funeral being held. The cover will be the first thing everyone will see and most likely remember the most about the program. Samples of funeral program covers include:

  • A sunrise or sunset
  • Any nature scene
  • Falling rain
  • Flowers, trees or plants
  • Crosses, rosaries or other religious symbols
  • Collage of photos or a single photo of the deceased person
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