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Funeral Card Templates | Funeral Programs

Funeral Program

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A funeral program is a document that outlines key points of a funeral or memorial service. New funeral software offers funeral professionals the ability to personalize the funeral program as well as other personalized stationery to meet client families needs and desires for a complete life celebration.

A funeral program is a very important part of a funeral or memorial service. Sometimes called a funeral order of service or a memorial service bulletin, it is the printed piece of funeral stationery that outlines the order of events during a funeral or memorial service. It also serves to summarize the life of a loved one who has passed away.

The family of the deceased usually provides the information for the memorial program to their death care professional. Often families wish the memorial program to be highly personalized and those that attend a memorial will hold on to the funeral stationery as a keepsake.

 

Included in a order of service program are usually items such as: the entrance song or hymn, an opening prayer, some readings, additional funeral music and more prayers.

Additionally each customized memorial program can provide other personal details such as poetry or verses of significance, a biography of the deceased, names of surviving family members, and an obituary of the deceased. Some families even include a thank you to their guests for having attended the service.

Funeral program can be further customized with a professionally designed theme and printed using the latest funeral software. Stationery for a memorial has been changed forever with this robust funeral technology.

Now death professionals can add personal photos and theme the memorial programs to be coordinated with other funeral stationery to best represent the deceased’s life.

A vast amount of theme options make creating a unique and personal memorial program easy. Using this new funeral software, funeral professionals have the ability to offer a client family over 450 different backgrounds for their memorial program and personalized stationery. These themes represent almost every interest, hobby, occupation, and religious background.

The full-color, professional quality of these funeral programs are a far cry from the pre-printed funeral stationery of yesteryear.

 

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A free funeral program template makes life a little easier for people that find themselves in the unfortunate circumstances of dealing with death. We all know death is an inevitable fact of our existence but it is still often an unexpected event fraught with emotion and difficulty.

  • Creating a funeral program can be a way to help a family member honor and pay tribute to the deceased. The program is a keepsake for all that cared for them to take home from the funeral. Making one can be a cathartic process. With all the other costs associated with death, taking on the task of creating a program at no cost, can be one less burden to feel the strain of.

We’ll give you ten good resources, along with some tips to help you in this task. As you’ll see below, there is a certain amount of latitude in terms of format, design, and room for images in the resources given.

When you are put to the task of creating a booklet for funeral or memorial  service, studying a sample funeral program will help you gather a few ideas. If you already have a niche for design, developing the program won’t be difficult. Even if you do need some assistance, plenty of free funeral program templates are available on the Internet to guide you.

Elements of a Sample Funeral Program

Since the booklet will become a keepsake for many who attend the funeral, several items should be included:

  • Full legal name of deceased person
  • Dates of birth and death
  • Time, date and place of funeral
  • Name of the priest, minister or other dignitary officiating the service
  • Place of interment
  • Full names of pallbearers
  • Name of person delivery the eulogy
  • Titles of songs played and/or sung

 

Religious Funerals

If the deceased person is having a religious funeral, other elements can be included in the program:

  • Scripture, Gospel or Bible citations: State the reference and the person who is reading it
  • If the funeral service has servers, as is used during a Catholic Mass, those names should be listed as well.
  • Bereavement verses

Optional Elements to Include

Depending on how many pages you want the funeral program to be, many other elements you can include:

  • Pictures of the deceased person
  • Favorite poetry
  • List of surviving family members
  • Brief biography
  • Charities where donations may be made
  • Time and place of the “after funeral” breakfast or luncheon
  • Funny anecdotes or quotes
  • Words of gratitude from the family to those who attended the service
  • Artwork created by the deceased person

 

Selecting a Cover for the Funeral Program

The cover of the funeral program should speak not only of the person who died, but also about the type of funeral being held. The cover will be the first thing everyone will see and most likely remember the most about the program. Samples of funeral program covers include:

  • A sunrise or sunset
  • Any nature scene
  • Falling rain
  • Flowers, trees or plants
  • Crosses, rosaries or other religious symbols
  • Collage of photos or a single photo of the deceased person

 

A memorial program should be detailed and share the unique personality traits of a families loved one. Having generic stationery and funeral programs in this day and age is unacceptable. Pre-printed funeral stationery definitely cannot offer the options and reflect the individuals unique qualities. Thankfully funeral software and stationery is progressing along with client families needs and wishes.