The Importance Of Personalizing Funerals/Memorial Services

By: Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home
Thursday, November 17, 2022

Death doesn't always involve mourning and expressions of grief, and different people have different ways of expressing their grief. You will undoubtedly experience sadness stemming from your loss. Rather than being a sad and solemn occasion, funerals and memorial services can be a celebration of the person's life. We are distinctive individuals as people. Although we occasionally emulate one another or have similar interests, no two people on earth are exactly alike. Personalizing memorial services makes sense because we are all unique and have subtleties and intricacies that can reflect in our personalities.

As with other milestone events like weddings, anniversaries, and birthdays, a funeral is an opportunity to share memories with loved ones and honor the life and legacy of the deceased in a way that is uniquely meaningful to them. This, in our opinion at Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home, is an excellent way to concentrate on everything the person stood for and represented.

Why You Should Personalize Memorial Services

You can hold a unique memorial service for the cherished departed soul by exploring novel ways to communicate your emotions and thoughts. There are many reasons to personalize a memorial service or funeral, such as:

  • An Excellent Approach For Sharing Emotions - The memorial or funeral service will be more meaningful if you add some special touches. It's a very moving way to show how much you care and love the person.
  • Create A Welcoming Atmosphere - When you include special touches like songs or bouquets that your deceased loved, it creates a pleasant atmosphere and brings back happy memories of the person who has passed away.
  • More Significance - Even when planning a traditional service, adding personal touches makes it more poignant and current and helps you and your family cope with the loss in a better way.

Keep Memorial Services Simple

Once you and your family have decided that you want a more personal memorial or funeral service, you must discuss your requirements and ideas with the funeral director. This will help ensure proper planning as they will provide valuable input and ideas.

A personalized memorial or funeral service is a great way to pay tribute to your loved one. You can also encourage the rest of the family members to provide their ideas to create an exceptional service befitting the one you have lost.

If you want more information about personalizing funeral or memorial services, or you wish to preplan a funeral, contact us at Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home. You can call us at (928) 855-4949 or (928) 753-2555 or use this form to contact us.


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