Capturing Your Loved One in a Headstone Inscription

After the loss of a loved one, you may still be grieving, making it a little difficult and daunting deciding the perfect words to put on your loved one's grave headstone. Traditionally, most people just include the name of the deceased, date of birth, date of death, and a simple verse or saying such as Rest in Peace (R.I.P). People have also broken with tradition, including sayings that actually depict a picture of who really their loved one was. [Read More]

Why Granite Should Be the Only Material You Consider for Your Loved One's Headstone

Headstones are some of the most common markers used for a gravesite since these monuments have been around for centuries. In past decades, the most common materials chosen for headstones typically included stone, slate and so on. However, over the years, there has been an increased interest in headstones made from durable materials, one of which is granite. While bronze and marble are some of the most popular materials for people looking for a luxe headstone, granite is steadily becoming a top option for the reasons illuminated below. [Read More]

How to Prepare for Ordering Monument Granite Etching

Most people think of just having letters and numbers etched on burial monuments. There are other options that you may not be aware of. In fact, you can have virtually any design or image etched into the monument that you would like. If you are planning on ordering a monument, and you want specific granite etching, there are a few ways to prepare for the consultation to discuss the process and what you want as an end result. [Read More]

Why It's Important for You to Make Early Plans for a Funeral

Most people understand that major life events take a great deal of preparation. They know that they will need several months to prepare for a wedding, for example, as they choose venues, plan the service, send out the invites and book the honeymoon. Other life events can be similarly complex and will attract a fair amount of effort and energy to make sure that they are "just right." However, there is one particular life event that people avoid like the plague and don't want to think about until they absolutely have to. [Read More]