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7 Urn Options to Choose From November 30, 2017

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7 Urn Options to Choose From, Brooklyn, New York

If you’ve chosen cremation for your departed loved one, the next step is to select an urn to preserve their ashes and honor their memory. There are many urn options to choose from, which will make the decision challenging for some. To determine the ideal final resting place for your loved one, review the following list.

7 Urn Options for Your Loved One’s Ashes

1. Keepsake

Keepsake urns are smaller than traditional urns, as they’re meant to house a minimal amount of ashes. They are ideal if you intend to spread a portion of your loved one’s ashes in a special location, or if you want to divide the ashes among multiple family members.

2. Biodegradable

As more people look for environmentally friendly solutions, biodegradable urns rise in popularity. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are crafted from non-toxic, biodegradable materials like organic compost and earthenware clay.

3. Infant

Infant urns are smaller than standard urns, as they are designed to hold the ashes of an infant or small child. These vessels can be customized with childlike designs and themes to commemorate your little one’s youthful spirit.

4. Companion

Companion urns are ideal for couples who want to be cremated but not separated. They are larger than individual urns and come in two main varieties. Families can choose a companion urn with a single, large compartment to hold the couple’s combined ashes, or an urn with a double compartment, so the ashes are kept close but remain separate.

5. Photo

Photo urns allow families to memorialize their loved one’s ashes while preserving the memory of their appearance. In most cases, they look like a picture frame but contain a hidden compartment for storing ashes. Families can then place their favorite photo of their loved one in the frame or have a photo etched onto the urn itself.

6. Theme

cremationMost urns are customizable, so families can choose the most unique way to remember their loved one and their life. The most common themes are religious and military-related, but you can choose to highlight your loved one’s hobbies and passions as well.

7. Pet

For many, pets are part of the family, and losing one brings considerable grief. To memorialize your honorary family member, pet urns are available in an array of shapes, sizes, and colors, and they can also be engraved.

 

If you feel overwhelmed by the number of urn options available, Tri State Direct Cremation in Brooklyn, NY, can help. They offer a broad range of cremation services and urn options, and will assist you in making the ideal arrangements for your loved one. View a complete list of their cremation services online, or call (347) 470-1515 to speak with one of their cremation specialists.

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