Funeral Program Templates Give The Bereaved More Choices

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While death is largely a taboo subject in American society, it still doesn’t stop many people from attempting to make a funeral proceeding as special as possible, in order to reflect the wishes and personality of the deceased. Examples include serving alcohol at wakes and viewings, or even playing nontraditional music that the deceased enjoy. Funeral directors all across the country are discovering that offering more options to surviving families helps to relieve the burden and pain they can feel after a loved one has died. Even providing numerous choices in terms of funeral program design can help to give them something to do, perhaps easing their mind for a bit.

Having your own funeral programs designed in a needless expense. Not only will you incur hundreds or even thousands of dollars, but the design work will more than likely not be up to the quality you’d expect. This is true for the simple fact that the majority of designers have no experience in creating graphics for the funeral industry. As such, they don’t really know how to go about creating a look which people would find appropriate given the sensitive subject matter.

Fortunately, a wide variety of funeral program templates are available for you to download both free or purchase. These are already fully designed and can be integrated into graphics software in order to add the necessary content. They’re also made to print out perfectly on high quality inkjet and laser printers.

The choices in size vary, but there are three common ones. The first one is the book fold template. This measures 8 1/2″ X 11″ in dimension and should be printed on high quality card stock for the best results. Next, is the tri fold program. It is an excellent choice for families who wish to easily distribute the programs to a large number of friends. Finally, there is the traditional memorial template commonly found in funeral homes across America, which prints out to measure approximately 4″ X 5″.

The important thing is to always provide extra choices for the grieving families. This helps to actually make the process more meaningful to them, as they can choose which one that best reflects the wishes of the deceased. For some people, an elaborate funeral is often required. For others, a more basic service is preferred. Whichever the case may be, funeral directors have to be willing to accommodate families right down to every detail, including the funeral program. Having a variety of templates on hand in order to show them what the end result looks like is a great way to offer a more personalized service without incurring additional costs.

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