How To Make Funeral Brochures

Welcome to the Funeral Programs Site, home of the largest selection of DIY funeral program templates, printed memorials, and personalized in loving memory Keepsake products. In this video, we will be sharing how to create a professional funeral brochure. Before we begin, we kindly ask you to take a moment to like and subscribe to our YouTube channel. By doing so, you enable us to continue producing valuable content to assist you during this difficult time.

A funeral program brochure is a trifold document consisting of three panels and folds on a printed sheet. Once assembled, it can be conveniently folded to a compact size, which many families prefer. The funeral program brochure can be created in three different sizes: letter, legal, or tabloid. You have the option to create the brochure from scratch or utilize a pre-made template.

If you choose to create the funeral program brochure from scratch, some preliminary work needs to be done before entering your information. Firstly, determine the desired size and fold a blank sheet of paper into thirds. For detailed instructions on how to assemble a tri-fold funeral brochure, please refer to our video tutorial linked above.

Once you have folded the blank sheet, proceed to measure the location of each fold line from left to right. Then, open the software of your choice and align your ruler with the folds. You can now create text boxes for each panel. It is crucial to be well-acquainted with the software beforehand to minimize any potential technical issues.

Creating a funeral program brochure from scratch can be time-consuming. To streamline the process, utilizing a funeral brochure template is a more efficient choice. At the Funeral Program Site, we offer a variety of funeral brochure templates in different sizes for immediate download. We have taken care of the measuring, layout, and background design, so all you need to do is enter your text and photos.

Our online Superstore is fully stocked with DIY templates for funeral brochures and other styles. We invite you to explore our collection today, available exclusively at the Funeral Program Site.

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