The Best Option for Funeral Service Arrangements Southampton Has to Offer
If a prepaid funeral plan exists, this will likely already outline everything we need to know. If one does not exist, we’ll need to discuss a few things with you before making the necessary funeral service arrangements in Southampton. First, we’ll need to know if this is to be a religious or non-religious ceremony. This is important as it’ll impact the choice of venue (church or chapel), who leads the ceremony, and the music selection.
We work alongside the British Humanist Association Celebrants and many independent speakers who can be made available to lead non-religious ceremonies. We also have a catalogue of music to choose from should hymns be unsuitable.
Equally as important is the decision of how the deceased will be laid to rest. You can choose to have them buried in a family grave or one of the main council-owned cemeteries. Conversely, you can choose a cremation service over a burial service. The cremated remains can be interred in a family grave, spread over a location of your choosing, held in an urn, or spread in our crematorium garden. Whatever you decide, we’ll make the necessary funeral service arrangements, Southampton residents.
Other choices we’ll need your help with to aid us in making the required Southampton funeral service arrangements include:
- Coffin or Casket
- Funeral Flowers
- Music Requirements
- Obituary Notices and Donations
- Vehicle Requirements
- Viewing in Our Chapel of Rest
This might seem like a lot to get through, so we advise you to take your time; there’s no rush to get this done. Once we have what we need, we’ll set about making the funeral service arrangements, Southampton residents.