HOW TO SAY GOODBYE TO SOMEONE YOU LOVE
When someone close dies, it is often a difficult time as we want to farewell them with respect and dignity whilst, at the same time we are struggling with the grief of our loss. Just as we celebrate births and weddings, so should the end of a life be celebrated with warmth, dignity, gratitude and at times, humour. Everyone’s life deserves to be acknowledged and celebrated in a manner that suits their approach to life itself.
With farewell ceremonies full of love, families and friends gather to celebrate a life lived (no matter how long or short it was), to recognize the achievements they have made throughout their life and the impact on others. Regardless of the age of the deceased or the manner of their death, as an experienced funeral celebrant, I support my families to say goodbye with compassion, warmth and dignity through a personalised ceremony.
Like weddings, there are many options available to you to arrange a farewell ceremony. It can be traditional or contemporary, sombre or lots of fun – the only vital element is that the ceremony truly reflects the person you loved dearly and that as your funeral celebrant, I have made the process easier.
Having delivered over 500 funerals and / or memorials, I have a great working relationship with many funeral directors in the different funeral homes. As an independent funeral celebrant, I can also recommend Funeral Directors whose professionalism and care to families I admire.
Having worked as a Funeral Director, I have a greater understanding of the funeral industry then most celebrants. You can book me directly as your chosen funeral celebrant, or a Funeral Director can book me on your behalf.