‘In the hearts’ – memorial ideas
A text in loving memory.
Losing someone we love can stop many of us in our tracks for a while. However, when ready, the right memorial ideas can mean sharing our memories brings us comfort, balancing our sense of loss and enabling us to move forward.
What if those remembrances could be given permanent form, not only giving voice to the past, but also preserving them for the future? They can.
An ‘In the hearts of those you love’ commission, perhaps chosen by the bereaved, family or friends, can capture those memories in time. Whether a family wants a record of beloved grandparents that’ll be cherished by generations to come, or friends rally in response to losing one of their own, whatever the situation, there’ll be a bespoke text to match. My testimonials convey a sense of how meaningful such memorial ideas can be.
I might ask about all the aspects of our subject’s life that made them who they were. We may involve just those closest or a few more contributors. Our text might blend a sharper focus with passages with a more thematic approach, all chosen carefully to suit. Finding the right combination of elements is part of creating a fitting tribute, as is choosing the final form it takes. Part-framed as well as in book form often works well.
The ‘In the hearts of those you love’ commission might appeal to partners, family and/or friends of a loved one.
‘When you live in the hearts of those you love, remember then, you never die.’