The simple answer is that a unique, personal ceremony will be sensitively created, and delivered, with the focus on the wishes, beliefs and values of the deceased, and their family.
Each person is unique in life and death. It is natural to want to say farewell in a dignified, respectful way which reflects the character of the individual.
I provide a highly personal bespoke ceremony that meets the wishes of all those involved. On the family’s behalf, I deliver the ceremony to their requirements. As the facilitator, I speak the family’s words, as grief often prevents them from doing so.
Religious elements can be included if that is what the family wants. Family members/friends are encouraged to participate if they wish. Often I will role play words written by a grandchild or nephew/niece.
I listen to the wishes of the family and offer guidance. I endeavour to provide an original ceremony which reflects the character, life and achievements of the individual. My intentions are that the ceremony will be remembered, in time, with affection.
A few days after the ceremony a presentation copy of the ceremony script is offered to the family as a keepsake.
“Faith gave a wonderful experience to all. Her support and advice was excellent and she kept in touch throughout the preparations of the service, amending and adding any details, by phone or email. She was both professional and sensitive, and her presentation was brilliant. I would certainly recommend her service to anyone.” – JM, March 2017