The Two Common Types Of Funeral Services
There are several ways for the family to make arrangements for their loved ones in Perth.
Here are the two common ways for remembering a loved one.
A traditional full service funeral
This is the costliest and most extensive type of the funeral services. A lot of families choose this, since it presents a body in a peaceful way, with a full service that allows family and friends to pay last respects.
A funeral arrangement involves a comprehensive list of services, which are offered by funeral homes. The family is going to rent a funeral home, and a funeral director, including the staff, are all employed. The pre-funeral services involve the storing and the embalming of a body, including other needs for the open casket display.
The casket is usually bought by the family through a funeral home, too. The caskets can be very expensive. The display needed for a funeral service normally comprises of flowers, cloths and other items.
The family is also going to pay for the transportation fees to a funeral home and a grave site. In addition, they are also going to pay for the grave, and the workers that lower the body, fill, grave and erect a headstone, which is a different cost.
These services are very costly, but the price is worth it for people determined to offer the most beautiful service for a loved one.
This is both the easiest and hardest part for any funeral. This is one way to celebrate a deceased person’s life.
A memorial may happen prior to or after a body is cremated or buried. The body can be present or not. Slideshows, pictures or videos of their life are usually shown. There can also be a presentation, where a family member or several others are going to speak.
Often times, a memorial service happens at the same time during a visitation period.
A memorial can be done informally, or at a funeral home or the church of a loved one.
Aside from these two common types, Funeral Directors in Perth can also help with a graveside service, a direct burial or a direct cremation. This all depends on how a family wants to honour their loved one.