The Life Celebration Program is a printed memorial that provides your loved ones with a personal obituary and funeral or memorial service. The covers of your funeral programs include a photograph of a loved one, a poem, a family thanks you, and the date and place of the funeral or service.
The three-page show dedicated to celebrating life has more room to include inside information and information about the deceased. A welcome feature of many services is the Celebration of Life program, which may contain photos, stories, biographies, and/or itineraries of events that will take place during the celebration. Services to celebrate life can include music (click here for our guide to the best songs to celebrate life), dancing, storytelling, or anything else the family feels is celebrating life and satisfying the dead.
In general, the celebration of a lifetime service order is similar to a funeral event or a service order of a memorial event. The celebrations of life are like memorial services, which can be described as a hybrid event; combining the flexibility of a lifetime celebration with many of the activities of a traditional funeral service. Regardless of the differences, the celebration of life, memorial service, funeral, or other ceremony is intended to allow those whose lives have been touched or touched by the deceased to express their respect and honor their memory.