Custom ordered urn tells the story you choose to remember, depicting who he was. The colors, pictures and memories are yours to curate. We work together to create a unique urn that will be a keepsake for generations to come.
I nipped our plates to remind our son (to whom this will go) of family meals in the home where he was raised. Photos of special events – birthdays, graduations and trips – encompass the love and laughter we shared.
Creating an urn for a 20 year-old who died unexpectedly, I included what I heard she often said: “When the going gets tough…just laugh.” The life has ended, but her family’s love for her will endure forever.
Many of the personalized urns I create are for pets. A custom created pet urn is a way of holding onto the licks and love we miss when we lose our furry-ever friend. Along with names, I have embedded tags, a ribbon a cat wore, stuffing from a couch the dog had unleashed.
For those who do not have cremains, I use the same process to design a personalized memorial vase. This unique piece of art honors a life with pictures, a name, whatever else reminds you of the one you love.
Personalized urn created for newborn whose tiny footprints and name were the only tangible items that remained. We adorned the urn with loving sentiments written by her parents along with the quote: There is no footprint too small to leave an imprint on this world
Together eternally in their personalized urn, as they had been in life, the couple is represented by photos, love notes they’d sent to one another (they preceded email) and pictures of magnificent art created by the wife/mother.
I’m honored to be trusted with creating an urn for a child, knowing it is more than a piece of art, but a vessel that pays homage to a life that ended and the love that never ends.
Customized cremation urn for a man who was father, hero, journalist and role model for those who knew him. Created with his favorite sayings, decorated in colors that made him happy, this personalized urn is a fitting memorial for a man who will be missed.
No mother should have to find the “perfect urn” for her child, but
this was the all I would ever get to do for Lucy Lynn, the beautiful baby I had given birth to the day before,
who died because of Turner Syndrome. Hours into my search,
I found Sybil, who delicately placed Lucy’s tiny footprints under glass along with handwritten
notes by both my husband and me. I knew Sybil put her heart into making it perfect.
For that I will be forever grateful.
Abby Struck for her daughter, Lucy