Create a lasting and personal memento in remembrance of a loved one to keep with you always.
Make Your Own Funeral Memorial Cards
Our online Remembrance Card templates allow you the freedom to create a deeply personal keepsake in memory of a loved one.
Add a photo along with a special poem or verse to remember your loved one by.
All our Memorial Cards Cards are printed on heavyweight 350gsm smooth white card.
Usually, this will include the dates of when they were born and when they died.
Finished size: A7 (74mm x 105mm) this compact size is designed to fit easily into your wallet or purse and carry with you always, so space is at a premium.
Laminated with Matt Film for longevity and extra protection.
- A6 folded to A7: finished size: 74mm wide x 105mm tall
- Printed on a quality 350gsm smooth White Board
- Laminated on both sides for extra durability
- Envelopes Included as Standard
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Choosing a Typeface for your Memorial Cards
By their very nature, Memorial, Cards are small and compact so space is at a premium so there may not be room to put everything on there that you’d like.
With this in mind, legibility is paramount so take care to choose a font which is easy to read in small type.
Can I order more cards later?
Of course, ordering more cards isn’t a problem as we will have your order on file.
However, ordering slightly more than you think you might need involves a fraction of the cost of a new order which is worth bearing in mind before you order.
How many Memorial Cards will I need?
This is a question we frequently get asked and deserves some thought. Remembrance Cards are not just handed out at the service. There will be family and friends who live too far away to attend the service and those who may be too unwell to attend. All these individuals may well cherish a personal memento of the deceased, so they need to be borne in mind when deciding on the quantity required.