So you have already had a funeral or memorial service for your loved one. Now comes the difficult task of deciding what to do with their ashes.
Once you have decided what you want to do, how do you go about doing this, and how do you want to mark the occasion?
I have had people say to me that they have scattered the ashes and said a few words, but it felt incomplete. What was missing was a sense of ceremony, a sense of occasion and a sense of completion.
This is where I come into it. I am trained in writing and performing ceremonies. Sometimes, you may have the words, but you may feel silly or over sentimental saying them. I am trained to say those emotional and sentimental words. I can write and deliver a ceremony tailored to your special circumstances and relationships. If you tell me what you want said, and I can put that into words and design a ceremony especially for you and your family.