While devastating and difficult, a funeral can also be a time of love, appreciation, and reflection. For many individuals, remembering their loved one can help them manage their grief and feel more connected to others. We can do this by holding funeral services, hosting a wake or viewing, documenting the life of the deceased, and gathering the thoughts of the grieving parties.
Marking the life of your loved one—and allowing others to do the same—is a sweet and productive way to manage your grief through the funeral process. Traditional funerals will provide a funeral guest book where attendees can leave a thought or signature for the deceased or their grieving family. More modern funerals might use a slideshow of images, a photobook, or a funeral website to memorialize the deceased.
It’s 2021, so we highly recommend you choose an online memorial or funeral guest book for your loved one, and we’ll show you how to do it in a few easy steps.
Memorial Kudoboards provide everyone a way to remember what they loved most with photos, videos, and tributes Learn more