Funeral services can be broken down into many different categories. There are religious funerals, memorial services, and even funeral processions to name a few. What type of service should you choose? The answer is up to you. Funerals provide closure for the family and friends of the departed as well as healing for the community that has lost someone special. Your choice in funeral service will depend on your feelings about religion and spirituality, as well as any other factors like finances or personal preference.
Traditional Full Service Burial
With a traditional full-service burial, the body is buried in a casket. The service may be religious or secular, depending on your wishes.
The family will choose a cemetery for the burial, and they may also have an outer burial container like an urn vault to hold the ashes. The chosen cemetery may or may not have particular rules regarding the vault, but we would be happy to refer Divine Casket Singapore that carries a wide selection of options at very reasonable prices.
Some families choose direct burial or immediate burial. It is simple and affordable, but there are no services involved. The body may be placed in an outer container like a cardboard box or shroud made of natural materials like cotton. No casket is required. The cemetery will not allow un-embalmed bodies to be buried directly in the ground, so the family chooses between entombment in a mausoleum or cremation at the end of their time of mourning after all private viewings have been completed and before ashes are released from the care of Singapore Funeral Directors.
Direct cremation is a process in which the deceased’s body is transported directly to our crematory by a funeral home. The funeral provider takes care of all necessary paperwork and may accompany you to the service. No embalming or formal viewing occurs, although visitation does take place at the funeral home before cremation. If you wish, the casket or urn may be brought into the service and then transported straight to the crematory after the service.
The Cost of Cremation in Singapore is very reasonable; hence some people consider it an alternative funeral option over traditional Burial Ceremonies.
Choosing the right funeral service provider
It is crucial to choose the right funeral service provider, whether you are planning a traditional funeral or Cremation in Singapore. Hence it is crucial to do your research and weigh up the different kinds of services out there before deciding on one that would fit your needs.
What is Funeral Planning? It’s a process of prearrangement for final disposition of the remains of a deceased person through burial or cremation, by which preparations such as selecting vehicles, Burial arrangements, monuments, selection of a casket/ urns and other facilities necessary to facilitate an appropriate ceremony at the time arranged by the family are arranged in advance so that at the time of death, all formalities related to transportation and disposal can be completed without delay.
Funeral Planning involves the following activities:
1. Organizing pre-need services for your family members and yourself.
2. Choosing funeral products including caskets, vaults, urns as per the requirements of a person before he/she dies. The products can be chosen from various designs and materials like bronze, wood, stainless steel or fibreglass etc., depending on personal tastes and preferences and the type of burial desired.
3. Preparing an advance directive stating your wishes for final disposition, such as burial or cremation, in case you are no longer able to express your decision at that time.
Funeral and memorial services are never easy. Choosing the right provider for your needs can be difficult, but we hope this article has helped you make a decision to get started in finding what is best for you. We would love to help answer any questions or concerns that arise as well; feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Divine Casket Singapore was established in 2004 by the late Silvester, one of the first few embalmers in Singapore. Through his dedication to the craft of embalming, he sought to provide the best for the deceased, emphasizing respect for those who have passed and remembering those who have been left behind. His craftsmanship has earned much praise and compliment throughout the 1990s from grateful clients.
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