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Featured Products

If you're planning a memorial gathering and you're not sure where to start, we are here to help. We've put together product suggestions based around common settings for memorial gatherings. Our dedicated customer service team is also available to give you their own product recommendations.
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Family Gathering in Your Home

We recommend:

  • Memory Book
  • Standard Photo Book
  • Tribute Candle

Place the memory book in a prominent place for guests to read and sign, to keep a record of who attended the gathering. A photo book can serve as focal point during the gathering, and prompt family and close friends to share stories and memories of your loved one. Lighting a candle is a simple tribute to the one who is absent.

Memorial Gathering Outdoors

We recommend:

  • Memorial Announcements
  • Tribute Folders
  • Framed Collage
  • Thank-You Cards
Invite family and friends to the gathering by sending a formal announcement of your loved one's passing. At the gathering, tribute folders make nice keepsakes for those who attend and can serve as conversation starters to share stories and memories. Set a framed collage on a table or easel as a memorial to your absent loved one. After the event, send personalized, pre-printed thank-you cards to those who brought food, helped with set-up, or who were simply there for you during a difficult time.

Memorial Gathering at an Indoor Venue

We recommend:

  • Tribute Video
  • Deluxe Memory Cards
  • Ornaments
  • Thank-You Cards
At an indoor venue, set up a computer or TV to play a slideshow of images to tell the story of your loved one's life. Deluxe Memory Cards can be distributed to those who attend to spark conversation and memories, and to be kept as keepsakes afterwards. Personalized ornaments can be displayed, especially around the holidays, or given as gift keepsakes to close family and friends. After the event, send a personalized photo tribute card as a thank-you to anyone who helped with planning the event or supporting you during your time of grief.