Within the funeral program, you can note the order of service, which is the flow of the order ceremony. It may be wise to clearly define your choices in a funeral service while you are still alive because it can be of tremendous help for the family members left behind. Some things to consider are burial or cremation. The cost of items associated with this are the plot, whether or not you want ashes to be scattered or stored in an urn.
Also consider, what type of funeral services do you want? Will it be secular or a religious ceremony? Funeral caskets are not cheap and depending on the materials, you can expect to spend at least $2,000. You may want to note or outline the memorial or funeral service regarding funeral songs, flowers, donations to charities in lieu of flowers and readings to be done.
Shop and plan for what you can while you are still alive. Make sure you get cost comparisons and don't jump into purchasing the first item you see. Prices do vary depending on where you get it. Internet deals are much cheaper but often not necessarily better. Finding printable funeral order of service examples and programs are available online.
Although you may need to take some time to find them, you might find one that you would actually like to use. You can check our online resources in our superstore library for many examples and samples of something you can print out and keep. Feel free to change the order and any other items so it is customized to your own details.
If you are able and you do some planning ahead of time, finding good deals which are cost effective can be secured. It is better to do so when one isn't under a short time constraint. It is less pressure and you can take your time in doing so. We also recommend you view our programs which will be used to contain your order of ceremony. These can be found in our online store.