What Does A Funeral Program Look Like?

Welcome to the Funeral Program Site Questions and Answers video series. Today's question is: What do funeral programs look like? Because most people do not attend funerals on a regular basis and not all services distribute funeral programs, you may not be aware of the many different styles of funeral programs available today, each with their own unique layout and format. Funeral programs have evolved to various layout presentations, often dictated by the amount of information you want to include and the family's preference.

The traditional funeral program is a bi-fold or centerfold, printed front and back. This funeral program, as well as the other styles, is available in letter, legal, or tabloid sizing. You can even create more pages if needed and make your printed memorial as a funeral booklet. Other styles to consider include funeral brochures, which is narrower and contains three panels front and back. If you are looking for a smaller, compact size, the memorial card is a good choice. There are also more unique funeral programs, such as the graduated fold with tabs on the side or bottom. The gatefold creates a fold simulating the opening of a gate and is a memorable keepsake for any loved one.

One-page funeral programs in the form of a flyer sheet require no assembly since there are no folds in their final presentation. Today, there are many more choices available for creating a funeral program. It is also easier to create by using a ready-made funeral program template, which can be downloaded from the Funeral Program Site online Superstore. Check out the funeral programs available today only at the FuneralProgramSite.com

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