When COVID-19 hit, many of us were left without the ability to say goodbye to loved ones that passed away, meaning that grieving and closure became harder to achieve. However, now restrictions have eased, it may be a good time to start planning the memorial service they deserve.
When you think about what a traditional funeral is, you may think about mourners who arrive dressed in black, traditional caskets and formal, religious services, but are they still important parts of how we arrange funerals in the UK? We took a look at some of the most commonly requested funeral trends to find out.
When it comes to arranging a funeral, you will need to contact a funeral director and arrange an initial meeting. You can usually expect to get an appointment quite quickly, as funeral directors understand the need to provide you with the best level of support during this difficult time.
It’s never easy sorting through a loved one’s effects after they’ve passed away. In this digital age, many people also have to decide what to do with someone’s social media accounts after a bereavement. Unless your loved one has left specific instructions about their accounts, you’ve got some decisions to make.