Giving out gifts or favours at a funeral is something that is rising in popularity. It's completely up to you whether you decide to give them, but if you do decide to then you may be wondering what you should give out. We are here to help and inspire you!
Many people give out different types of stationery at a funeral. Funeral stationery is a great option as it's so easy to personalise and so affordable, too.
Memorial cards are a very popular choice, as they're so easy to personalise and inexpensive, as well as being beautiful with lots of meaning. They feature a photograph of your loved one on the front and usually a poem on the reverse.
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You can choose from a wide range of styles to find something that suits you!
Another popular choice is funeral bookmarks. They're a simple favour that many love as they can be used time and time again by the recipient.
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Of course, if you are looking for something that is simple but meaningful, you can't go wrong with thank you cards.
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These can be personalised inside and out, making them so personal to the deceased and their family.
You can choose funeral favours that reflect the personality of your loved one. This makes them so special to everybody that receives one.
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If your loved one was passionate about nature, then you could give the funeral attendees seeds to grow their own plants. It's the perfect way for them to remember the deceased, whilst also helping out the environment.
If they were more artistic then you could give everyone a beautiful painting to remember them by, or even just an engraved pen. It's the simple things that mean the most.
There are so many other amazing ideas from edible favours, such as delicious cookies to candles, fridge magnets, and jewellery.
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We also love these memorial tokens as a funeral favour. They are a small token that every funeral guest can carry with them every day as a little reminder of the special person who passed away.
We hope you have found this blog useful! Be sure to check out our other blogs if you are planning a funeral.