Deciding on a final resting place for a loved one’s ashes is an important and sometimes difficult decision. There are many things to consider including personal preferences, religious and cultural customs, family traditions to create a meaningful, final resting place following a cremation. Below are a few ideas to consider.
Ashes into a grave
Interring ashes into an existing grave where a loved was laid to rest is a special way to unite family members after death. In most cases, a suitable urn would be required. A single burial plot can accommodate several urns.
Set within beautiful surrounds, ash gardens are a way to scatter or inter your loved one’s ashes. A memorial plaque can be placed where the ashes have been scattered or interred in a lovely garden setting.
Columbarium and niche walls
If you are looking for alternatives to place or scatter ashes into the earth, our parks offer beautiful Columbariums and niche walls for ash placements. Like mausoleums where coffins are interred into crypts, a Columbarium will hold the cremated remains of those who have passed, providing an indoor personal space for a loved one’s ashes. If being among more of a natural setting is preferred, outdoor niche walls can be set among spectacular gardens or beautiful pergolas.
Keep sakes and urns
There are many varieties of urns to hold the ashes of a loved one including stone, metal, or biodegradable and environmentally friendly choices. There are also options for keepsake jewellery to keep your loved one close.
Saying goodbye and making final decisions can be daunting. Our team can help you choose a meaningful resting place for your loved one to reflect and cherish memories for years to come. For more information or to book an appointment contact 8575 8100 or email email@example.com.