Funerals can be difficult to plan in times of extreme pressure and emotion. Understanding that someone is going to pass and having a plan in place can ease that burden. Pre-planning can help to ensure that when your loved one does pass away your time is used to ponder, reflect and remember your loved one.
Here are some things that would need to be considered when pre-planning a funeral:
- Funeral type: Cremation, Burial, Memorial or Repatriation
- Whether or not Embalming is required
- Dressing, viewing, grooming and makeup options
- Service details: Songs, prayers & readings, eulogy, celebrant options and cultural requirements etc.
- Location of service and final resting place
- Wake details
- Returned Services League involvement
- Legal documentation
- Death Registration forms, cremation and/or burial forms, repatriation and exhumation forms.
- We have the ability to take pre-payment to lock the cost of a funeral in at an agreed price
- We have a range of payment options including third-party finance
- Other items
- Hearse, Visitors books, Flower arrangements, Coffin or Urn options, Marquees or gazebos, Burial plot filling options, Nameplates and gravemarkers, Music, audio-visual and live streaming, Powerpoint presentations, Program/Service Sheets, Plaques and headstones, Butterfly/dove release, Catering