Planning A Funeral and Need A Helping Hand? is a resource to help you turn the typical cookie cutter Funeral,  Memorial Service, or Celebration of Life, into a unique, one-of-a kind occasion.

Struggling for ideas?  Aching like a broken rib?  Time is at a premium?

Planning a funeral is often the last  thing you feel capable of. Yet you are  rushed into making frantic, last-minute-decisions.

My name is Susan, a Certified Funeral Celebrant,  providing inspiration for when you need it on short notice. 

You have instant  access to the most useful chest of tools  to lend a hand in your planning.   And help you avoid the pitfalls.

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Whether it be:

there is  help here for your service.

It  may be a  religious service, focusing on the hereafter, but...  

many people find the traditional funeral fails to reflect the uniqueness of the deceased. 

And impersonal, generic funerals do not help the family heal.

More and more services omit religion, and focus  on celebrating the life that was. 

People want to express how much the deceased meant to them and how much they are going to miss them.

For many, the ideal celebration consists of favorite songs, stories, photographs, tears, and yes...laughter. 

It is a way for you to to celebrate your precious memories and to help you say goodbye.

Creative Funeral Ideas can help turn the typical cookie cutter Funeral, Memorial Service, or Celebration of Life, into;

  • a personalized true celebration of their life,
  • honoring the fullness of their life,
  • reflecting on what their life meant, 
  • how they will be remembered
  • and saying farewell.

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