want to mark your loved one’s life on the death anniversary, or an occasion
like a birthday, the way you choose to acknowledge the death of a loved one can
vary with every year. There are endless ways to pay tribute to your loved one
on their death anniversary or a special time of year you shared together.
anniversaries are significant dates in many cultures. With this in mind, here
in this blog, we will discuss a few ways you can choose to celebrate or mark
the anniversary of a loved ones passing if you wish.
a real comeback for the idea of memorial jewellery. In the 19th century,
mourning jewellery can come as pendants, lockets and even trinkets made from
human hair. Today, you can find lots of craftspeople and designers who are able
to create beautiful glass beads and even diamonds from a loved one’s ashes. At
the same time, an engraved silver locket containing a photo is a perfect way to
hold someone close to your heart.
anniversary can be a tricky time to get away from everything. So, with this in
mind, choose to commemorate a loved one’s life on another significant day and
opt to have a bit of space away from places that perhaps carry memories on a
death anniversary. For others, a place where special moments were had with a
loved one mark a significant way of keeping them and their memory close to you.
Did you have
a special place you’d visit with your loved one? It could be any place: a
restaurant, beach, park or garden. Going back to that special place on the
death anniversary is a perfect way to feel close and fondly remember the
memories you shared together.
Normington & Sons, we understand the emotional upheaval involved with
losing a loved one. With this in mind, Normington & Sons is a family-run,
local funeral director in Wakefield. We take pride in going the extra mile to
provide your loved one with the funeral that they deserve. Get in touch
with us to find out more.