What can I do with cremation ashes?

If you are asking this question you likely have cremation remains that you want to place but are not sure how to go about it.

It is difficult when a loved one passes away. it is even harder when they pass unexpectedly. When this happens many are not ready to say goodbye and may find it difficult to part with their loved ones cremation ashes. Eventually, the shock of losing someone close subsides, and the need for closure remains. Many want to do something special and say farewell but they are not quite sure what to do next.


Some Choose to Scatter Cremation Ashes

Many find the scattering of cremation ashes difficult. It can be messy and may even seem disrespectful. in some cultures scattering ashes is disrespectful to the deceased.

In addition, when ashes are scattered rather than placed, it is hard to know where they will end up. This can make it difficult to say goodbye. Since there is no physical place to go to visit the deceased it leaves many feeling a lack of closure.

In any case, you do not want this to feel like you “getting rid” of them.  And sometimes scattering ashes can feel that way. You don’t want to close the final chapter of your relationship with them feeling you have not honored their memory or have disrespected or forgotten them.

We Have Answers

If you don’t know what to do with your cremation ashes check out our website, or give us a call. Everista urns provides solutions that allow you to keep your loved ones’ ashes in a dignified and meaningful way while you decide how and where to say your final farewell.

Our Biodegradable urns are not just containers for ashes. They are beautiful works of art that you can keep in your home until you are ready to say goodbye. Since they are made of a unique type of Paper Mache they are durable and will remain so until they are placed in their final resting place.  Once placed they will degrade into non-toxic elements.

Everista urns come variety of shapes, sizes, and designs, so you can find one that reflects your loved one’s personality and interests.

In these articles, we discuss various aspects of biodegradable urns, and how you can use them.


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