There are several different options for your funeral. The most traditional funeral involves a burial and a ceremony. The ceremony can happen at the burial site or at some other site and then move to the cemetery. Whichever one you choose is up to you and your family. You also have the option of cremation. Cremation is preferable for many people for several reasons. Many people prefer cremation because of the simplicity and the ease with which it occurs. However, just because you have a cremation does not mean that you cannot also have a ceremony.
Cremation and Ceremony
If you want to have a ceremony after the cremation, it can happen in several different ways. There are options even for a headstone and a burial. The ashes will be buried at the site of the headstone. They can be buried in an urn or another resilient container; some people opt for a biodegradable burial of the cremated remains. In that way, they will return to the earth. Funeral directors in UB2 can direct you to the service that’s right for you.
There are many other ideas for cremation that could be right for some people. There are services that have sprung up recently that will actually make further use of the cremated remains. Those services can allow you to plant a tree in the cremated remains or even turn the cremated remains into a pressed diamond. If you want some kind of special service, you should talk with your director about the variety of different options.