1. Create a video tribute
Show family and friends photos and videos of the deceased set to music. This is a great way to share memories and stories about the person who has died. You can put the video tribute together yourself or hire a professional to do it for you.
2. Share stories
During a gathering, you can ask friends and relatives to share their most memorable moments with the deceased. This is a great way to keep their memory alive and to share laughs and tears together.
3. Use eco-friendly sky lanterns
Sky lanterns are a beautiful way to remember your loved one. They are made from biodegradable materials and will float up into the sky, creating a stunning display. You can write messages on the lanterns before they are released.
4. Eating your loved one's favorite food
When hosting a life celebration party, make sure to include your loved one's favorite foods. This is a great way to honor their memory and to share their favorite things with others.
5. Theme for celebration
If your loved one is into anime, you can ask guests to cosplay an anime character. This life celebration will be one to remember! Anime fans can also have a life celebration by watching their favorite shows, playing video games, and eating Japanese snacks.
6. Fireworks display
What better way to celebrate a life well lived than to have a fireworks display in honor of the deceased. This life celebration idea is perfect for those who love the Fourth of July or simply love fireworks.
7. Pet party
If the deceased is a pet lover, why not have a pet party in their honor? This life celebration idea is perfect for those who want to enjoy being with pets. Make sure to ask guests to only bring pets that had been socializing to avoid any aggression between pets.
Letting go of our loved ones is never easy but celebrating their life can help us through the grieving process. If you’re planning a celebration of life, consider these good ideas to make it a memorable event for all who attend. Feel free to contact Alexander Funeral Home & Cremation Center by calling us at (615) 502-0011 for more information.