If a person you cared about has died, and they explained, prior to passing away, that they only wanted you and a few others to attend their funeral, here are some steps that you can take to ensure that their funeral service is small and private.
Find a funeral home that has a private funeral chapel available
In a situation like this, the most effective way to ensure that you honour the deceased's last wishes is to find a funeral home that has a private funeral chapel on its premises.
Losing a loved one is sad and painful. Death often comes in an untimely manner. Last respects play a vital role in ensuring that the deceased's family comes to terms with the reality that they have lost a loved one. Therefore, your choice of funeral home should be one that caters to your needs. The article below provides a few tips on how to choose a funeral home.
The Deceased's Wishes
If you've recently organised the cremation of a member of your family or a close friend, then you think your work is done after the body is cremated. However, the funeral home contacts you later and tells you that the ashes are ready if you want to collect them.
You haven't really got a clear idea of what to do with the ashes. What are your options?
Keep the Ashes at Home