By Charlie Loran • 01 December 2020 • 13:56
FUNERALS are mostly sad, dark and depressing but it really doesn´t need to be that way. They can be warm-hearted, wonderful, wacky or just wonderfully weird, personalisation is a great way to turn a funeral into a celebration of life.
One of the most common requests from people who talk about their funeral plans is ‘no black’. While some will just ask for people to wear their favourite colour or their favourite sports team’s kit, many have more specific requests, such as Hawaiian shirts or even multi-coloured wellies. One Glastonbury fan had the wonderful request everyone who attended their funeral wore wellies in honour of a shared love of the festival.
Unconventional transport is a popular request. Why have a hearse when you can arrive in an old fire engine or an old-fashioned milk float?
What to do with the ashes is a question most people look to have sentimental meaning, people’s ashes being made into jewellery has become a very popular trend, or sometimes they’re put into a firework to ‘go off with a bang!’
Most of us don’t like talking about death, and it is a conversation we’ll avoid, often until it’s too late. But, if you want a funeral personal to you, now is the time to make your plans.
Golden Leaves are offering €150 off all pre-paid funeral plans through the month of December making it even more affordable.
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