Unique Funeral Home Suggestions

By: Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services
Monday, November 4, 2019

When your loved one passed away, it’s hard to think about how you are going to honor them because you are grieving and dealing with a lot. However, once you come out of the initial fog, the funeral homes in Las Vegas, NV are here to make sure your loved one gets the send-off they deserve. Was there anyone else in the world quite like your loved one? Of course not. They were a unique individual and they deserve a final service that is as unique as they were. Here are a few ideas to help you memorialize them in a special way that will help your family get closure and say goodbye while honoring your loved one’s personality. 

Create A Memory Capsule 

While the final services are a great way to gather, get closure, and say goodbye, you know your family’s grief won’t stop there. One nice way to gather your family together another time, perhaps on a birthday, over the holidays, or on the anniversary of your loved one’s death, is to use the final service as a chance to put together a memory capsule. Ask guests to bring something to memorialize your loved one. It could be a picture of the person, a note or card, an item that means something to their relationship. You could have the capsule be a part of the service and set up a time in the future to open it together, review the items, and remember your loved one again. 

Social Media Memories 

Life is often lived online today and just because your loved one has passed on doesn’t mean you can’t remember them in an online manner. You could create a memorial hashtag for them, such as #memoriesofGrandmaJohnson or something else you find appropriate so photos of that person are easy for everyone to find. You could also create a memorial website for them that shares pictures, the family tree, memories and quotes so people can take a look at those details anytime and from anywhere to honor your loved one and the life they lived. 

Share Seeds 

In many cultures, people plant trees and other items as part of an important occasion. You want your loved one to live on in memories and in other people’s hearts even once they have passed on. Consider handing out packets of seeds at their final service with their name on them and encourage people to plant them at home as a memorial. Your loved one could have gardens all over the state planted in their honor. 

These are just a few of the ideas that funeral homes in Las Vegas, NV could suggest to you to help you honor your loved one in the unique way they deserve. When you contact Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services, not only do you get professionals who will show you compassion, but you also get experts with plentiful ideas to help you get just what you need from the final services. Call us at (702) 485-6500 or visit us at 3975 S Durango Dr Ste 104 Las Vegas, NV 89147. 

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