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Memorial Thank You Cards

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Funerals can be emotionally challenging events. People present at the funerals present eulogy for the one who has deceased. There are friends and other relatives who show extra care and support for the family who has lost someone close to them. If nothing else, these supportive people need to be shown appreciation for their condolences and love. At a difficult time like death in the family, no one wants to take flowers or gifts to someone. The best thing in such a situation is to write a appreciation message for the supportive people at the funeral. The following are some simple tips you need to keep in mind while writing the appreciation message after a funeral.

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HOW TO WRITE AN APPRECIATION CARD AFTER FUNERAL

Address or not

If you are writing an appreciation message for someone in particular, you can address the person with his name. If you are writing the letter for a group of people, you don’t have to address anyone. Simple start what you have to say by beginning a paragraph. 

Show appreciation for support

Whoever you are addressing needs to be given much attention and appreciation, you can mention how deeply you were touched by the nice words spoken about the one who passed away. You can also mention some special support shown by the people you are addressing and how the funeral would have been more difficult if the person wasn’t there. You can mention anybody who has shown extra effort in making the funeral possible and saying nice words for the one who has passed away. 

Say a last thank you

You may end the appreciation message at a sentence by saying how you would love if the guests pay a visit to you after a few days for further condolences. You may also say thank you at the end one last time and expect their visit at your home for further making life easier for you. You may make them feel how important they are for you and how their support would make you move in with your life a bit faster. 

End with signature

 You can end the appreciation message by signing at the bottom of the page. You can state your name and your family name at the end of the letter to show how your entire family is paying regards to the one who has shown so much support at a hard time. 

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SAMPLE  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CARD AFTER FUNERAL

My family and I were deeply touched with your funeral message for our Jerry. He was fun and loving boy and we know he will be missed by his friends as much as we miss him. Thank you for honoring him. Having your mum by mother’s side to condole her in this hard time was really thoughtful. I wasn’t sure how we were going to make her clam down but with the support of your mother, we had it all control. I am really grateful to her for this act.

It’s a request to visit us soon again. 

Yours grateful,

Smith and family

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5 Thank You Gifts You Can Bring to Funeral

Death is a bitter and inevitable reality, no one in the world can ever escape from. Death of the loved ones is the massive loss for anyone’s life. Be the part of their calamity, while visiting the funeral ceremonies. Console the grief-stricken people on the funeral by presenting sober and low key funeral gifts.

1. Comfort Bowl

Some wounds take years to heal. Loss of dear ones is one of such wounds which can only be heal with time. The time when you sob and tears roll down your cheeks, reach out for one of the healing stones in the bowl. The stones have various motivating quotes for lifting the down moral of the desolate person. Comfort bowl  would be the greatest gift for someone who is undergoing the shattering pain of someone’s death.

2. Spruce Tree Memory Gift

In the name of the departed soul, plant an evergreen tree seedling. This would be a matchless and most eccentric gifts. The more anyone will take care of the plant, more the memories will stay fresh and alive in one’s mind. The acorn spruce comes in a very decent packaging of cylindrical holder.

3. Biodegradable Remembrance Funeral Balloons

Release the “Biodegradable balloons” in the air while commemorating the lamented soul. The white and silver balloons are made with good quality latex. The inspirational quotes written on them will definitely sooth the distressed person. Releasing them will remind the person to release their sorrows as well. It will make them feel lighter.  They inflate maximum within eight hours. The balloons decompose less than the time of decompose an oak leaf. Therefore, they are eco-friendly and contributes in clean environment.

4. In Loving Memory Black Organza Bags

This customize organza bag comes with a silky black ribbon for writing the name of the departed soul and their date of death. The elegant gold sprayed bracelet with rhinestones is attached with the bag as well. The organza bag is secured with silky navy blue ribbon and it has the “cross stud” in the center of the tied bow.

5. Flameless Vanilla Scented Memory Pillar Candle

This scented vanilla candle will preserve the memories spent with the deceased person. It comes with the galvanizing phrase  “When someone you love becomes a memory the memory becomes a treasure.” Whenever someone read the quote will pray for the departed soul for sure. This is the sober gift for remembering the dead ones in your prayers.

Death might be the wish of some and relief of many but it is an end for all. It is not just a last sleep but a final awakening for the ones surrounding the corpse. Play your part in consoling the ones undergoing the great catastrophe of losing their loved ones. Funeral visits must be conducted. Solemn gifts at such ceremonies keeps the decorum of the ritual.

Learn more here about how to write an appreciation messages and ideas.

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