Funeral Homes in Atlantic Highlands: Cremation Options
The popularity of cremation has grown extensively in the last few years, but there are many people who don’t know what to do with the ashes of their loved ones, once the service is done. Luckily, for the mass population there are now many unique ways to handle cremated remains.
There are many options at the John P. Condon Funeral Home to choose from to help you make the decision on whether to cremate or go with a burial service instead. Below you will find some of the unique ways that you can scatter cremated remains.
Fourth of July Celebration
Any of the professionals at the funeral homes in Atlantic Highlands should be able to tell you about the unique cremation options on the market today. One such option is to have your ashes sent up in a fireworks display and scattered across the sky. You don’t have to have the service on July 4 of course; you can have a company stage a private showing for just your family.
There are only two of these companies around at the moment, but they will even have your pet’s ashes go out with a bang if you like. The companies simply pack a small amount of your loved ones ashes in with the fireworks and when they are set off, the ashes scatter to the four corners of the earth. This is a great way to go out for someone who loved to fly and loved fireworks as well.
A Painting Above the Fireplace
If keeping your loved on in an urn on the mantle seems a little too boring for you, then why not have a painting done with their ashes mixed into the paint. You can be assured that your painting will be one of a kind, because there are a few artists around today that will mix your loved ones ashes in with whatever original painting you would like to commission them to paint.
These are just a couple of the options you have for dealing with your loved ones cremated remains. For more information on funerals in general, the professionals at Funeral Homes in Atlantic Highlands will be happy to help you.