Cremation Service Mementos To Pass Out

By: Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services
Monday, November 25, 2019

When you organize cremation services in Las Vegas, NV for a loved one, you want everyone who attends to get the chance to honor their memory and say goodbye. As much as you hate to lose that person, you also want everyone to carry their memory with them when they leave the service. There are many memento options that you could pass out at the memorial service to help people remember your loved one, their services, and their memory in the future. Here are a few ideas to help you hit the right option: 

 

Their Favorite Book 

Was there a book your loved one enjoyed raving about to anyone they encountered? Did they have a dog-eared copy they kept returning to again and again? Perhaps find that book and buy multiple copies to pass out to people who attend the memorial service. If your loved one couldn’t possibly have chosen a favorite because they loved books in general, bring some of their book collection to the service and let people choose one to take home. 

 

A Memorial Print 

Customize a photo of your loved one in one or more ways for people to take home and have for the future. You could put them on a bookmark, a variety of photo sizes, a coaster, or a variety of other things that people might use and see on a daily basis. You could offer a quote, place their birth and death date on the picture, or any number of other things. This item is something anyone could appreciate and carry home with them to remember your loved one. 

 

Fun Fact Cards 

If you want guests to remember your loved one for their most celebrated personality traits, try creating a card that includes a picture of them along with some fun facts. These facts are unique details that made them who they were. It might be hard to sum them up on a small card, but they’re a great way to add personality to the event and give people a way to remember how special they were. 

 

Photo Options 

While some people might like your favorite photo of your loved one, others might like an action shot that showed them doing what they loved best. Print out wallet sized photos of a variety of different shots and allow people to choose the ones they like the best. You might remember your loved best for their great stories while someone else remembers them for their cooking skills. Let everyone choose the way they remember them through the picture they take home. 

 

These are a few memento ideas to allow guests at the cremation services in Las Vegas, NV to have a little memory of your loved one and the services they attended to honor them. The experts at Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services have plenty of other options in mind if you don’t see anything that works for you above. Call us at (702) 485-6500 or visit with our professionals at 3975 S Durango Dr Ste 104 Las Vegas, NV 89147. 

 
 

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