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- On May 24, 2016
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Tombstone factory #2
Over the years as we have lost our loved ones we have tried to come up with signature sendoffs and make worthwhile tributes to them. At the tomb stone factory we make all your loved ones wishes come true by offering some of the best tombstone designs you could ever think of. Our expirees always come up with new ways to customize and create great headstone designs. The good thing about us is that you can chip and design your own headstone just the way you like it.
Many people of various religions around the world love to give the deceased and their loved ones a unique sendoff marking on their tombstones. This life long tradition has not changed the only thing that has is the way you make that last statement to the dead. Mostly gravestones are engraved with the name of the person buried in the grave and his or her dates of birth and death.
At the tombstone factory it is common for us to include prayers, sayings, poems, or images that you like for that special someone. You can come up with your own unique engravings and we will incorporate it to the final product. We get most of our inspiration from the world around us and you are sure to get some of the best designs at the tombstone factory.
Modern grave head stones we come up with are diverse ranging from traditional designs to contemporary and complex designs. Many of our graves are marked with figures like angels, hearts while others just representing culture and reflecting the special interests of the deceased. You can choose from the wide variety of monuments and headstone designs in our gallery. It is best considered to honor the deceased at times like these.
Etiquette during memorials from the tombstone factory
During funerals and memorials utilizing a bit of discretion and practical common sense will guide one through most situations.
For the dress code; in most cases, dark colors are worn as a symbol of mourning and this is considered the trend. However; you should consider the culture and the tradition of the deceased. If the deceased have made special requests before his demise it should be followed by all attendees as a matter of respect. We should avoid bright colors not to draw attention to ourselves. This day should be for the deceased.
When attending a service, it is important to be punctual come early and do not to be late. Arrive at least twenty minutes prior to the start of service and try to be seated before the family begins to enter. You may offer condolences in person, through phone calls or by sending cards and letters. It is considered inappropriate to use social media to condole with the bereaved. Condolences should be personal and brief. These basic guidelines are primarily a matter of respect, discretion and use common sense and can greatly help anyone who is unsure of how to behave among the bereaved
We should all treasure the memories of the deceased and keeping those memories with us. This is easily achieved by giving them the well-deserved send off and you can make it last forever by having a tombstone engraved in their honor. At the tombstone factory we try to keep these memories significant by giving you the best tombstone design there is.