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Facts To Expect When Picking Gifts For Funeral

Flowers have been the traditional gift purchased to express condolences, but creativity and greater openness have allowed other gifts for funeral services to gain ground. Find out what you can present to your grieving loved ones and learn how to find the ideal choice.

You may find suggestions for In lieu of flowers gifts posted by the family. Ask at the funeral home or read through the obituary to get direction on charitable donations and other financial gifts. Show your support to the designated organization and present a card to the grieving family.

Grieving families become easily run down before, during and after the funeral services. Consider providing them with food to allow more space to grieve or simply recuperate. If preparing hot meals or baked goods is not possible, purchase gift cards from their favorite restaurants or pick up prepared food from the grocery store. Take any allergies and preferences into consideration before dropping off the food and leave detailed instructions for reheating and storage.

Planting a tree or setting up a new park bench in honor of the lost loved one provides a lasting memento and ideal gift. Go through your memories for an appropriate location or simply present the grieving family with a certificate detailing the gift and follow up at a later date to confirm the location.

Photographs and art allow the grieving family to refresh their memories and you may have access to unique photos and visual memories. Spend the time to sort through your photographs and have a special shot or collection of shots framed to present to the grieving family. Hiring an artist to paint or pencil sketch the photo is also a nice gesture.

Friends and family can donate their time by providing acts of service to grievers. Many household tasks fall by the wayside during the grieving period, and offering to take care of things can be a major help. Think about the tasks you could handle and provide a certificate for the service. Remember to have them redeem it.

Think about presenting grievers with sentiments other than flowers, or supplement the traditional condolence with one of these creative options to express your love and support.


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