New Range of Funeral Orders of Service Designs

New Range of Funeral Orders of Service Designs

Inspired by a visit to Ely Cathedral our new Avant-Garde range of designs takes Funeral Order of Service booklets to an entirely new level.

From the hundreds of messages and reviews we receive from our customers we know there is a growing need for Funeral Order of Service booklets to move beyond the old stuffy Black & White print on thin card and become a celebration of a loved one’s life.

Families want designs which are bright, colourful, uplifting and inspiring which is why the stained glass windows at Ely resonated so strongly with me and started a train of thought which culminated in the brand new range of Avant Garde designs we have just made available online.

When a loved one passes away there are so many things for the family to deal with but the urge to create a lasting and fitting commemoration is strong and people feel compelled to do the very best for the individual who has died.

The connection with the stained glass windows at Ely is so apt in that some windows are over 900 years old and they are still as colourful and vibrant today as when they were first installed. An enduring memory that never fades – which is exactly what we want the Avant Garde Funeral Order of Service designs to represent to our customers.

Whilst working on adaptations of the stained glass windows we quickly realised how easy it would be to expand the range and incorporate images which reflect people’s hobbies and pastimes to create a very personal and fitting farewell. Which is why you’ll find a wide range of highly colourful subjects which will have held a strong place in the hearts of the families ordering the new Funeral Order of Service designs.

All this combined with the ability to include a variety of stunning photo pages and your own carefully chosen wording helps you create something truly special in memory of a loved one.

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