Scattering of Ashes Ceremony
Many people find closure and relief in scattering ashes at a favourite spot or memorable location. After the death of a friend or loved one. It’s a good idea to plan out the ceremony before the day arrives once you’ve determined where you’d like to scatter the ashes and confirmed that it’s legal to do so. Readings or poems, music, sharing memories, and releasing the cremains can all be part of a scattering ashes ceremony. The ceremony will run more smoothly if you plan ahead of time how to spread ashes, what to say when scattering ashes, who will release the ashes, and other minor things.
Use this checklist to help you arrange an ashes scattering ceremony for a loved one.
I can organise your ceremony on board a cruiser. (weather permitting)