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order of service for funerals

The order of service for a funeral can vary depending on the individual’s wishes, religious or cultural traditions, and the preferences of the family. In general, however, a typical funeral service might include the following elements:

  1. Gathering: Guests and family members arrive at the funeral home or other location where the service is being held.
  2. Procession: The casket is carried into the funeral chapel or other location where the service is being held, followed by the family and guests.
  3. Opening remarks: The officiant or other person leading the service may welcome everyone and offer a few words of comfort or introduction.
  4. Readings: This might include passages from religious texts, poems, or other writings that are meaningful to the deceased or their loved ones.
  5. Eulogy: A eulogy is a speech given by a family member, friend, or other person who knew the deceased well. The eulogy may include stories, memories, and reflections on the life of the person who has passed away.
  6. Music: Funerals often include music that is meaningful to the deceased or their loved ones. This might be a religious hymn, a favourite song, or instrumental music.
  7. Committal: This is the part of the service where the body is committed to its final resting place. This may include a burial or cremation, depending on the individual’s wishes and the customs of the location where the service is being held.
  8. Closing: The officiant or other person leading the service may offer a few closing words or a final prayer, and the service may conclude with everyone leaving the chapel or other location where the service was held.

Additional information

Paper Thickeness

170 gsm paper, 300 gsm card

Paper Type

Silk, Gloss, Uncoated, Ivory / Cream, Recycled

Questions

Yes, we can print files from a Word document. However, it’s best to save it as a PDF file. To do this, you can follow the steps below

If the file was previously saved, select File > Save a Copy.
If the file is unsaved, select File > Save As.

Select Browse to choose the location on your computer where you want to save the file.

In the drop-down list, select PDF.

If you need any help, please contact us on live chat or email us at help@orderofserviceforfuneral.co.uk

We have our online chat services available from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and we reply within a few minutes. Also, you can email us at hello@orderofserviceforfuneral.co.uk. We’ll have a log of written communication, so that we have clarity and a clear understanding of our communications.

You’ll get a confirmation email after you have placed your order.

We offer 4 to 22 pages on order of service books. Depending on how much content you have, you can choose the best option for you. Booklets have to be in pages of 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 or more than 20. If you find you have a blank page, this is normal for order of services, and you can either leave it blank or add some photos or a nice poem.

We don’t charge anything additional for delivery. Once you have chosen your options, the final prices you see is exactly how much you will pay. We do offer an additional upgrade to next day delivery before 1pm via Royal Mail special 1pm.

The layout of an order of service will typically include the following elements:

  1. The name of the deceased, their photo and their birthdate and the date they passed away.
  2. The date, time and location of the service.
  3. The names of the officiant and any special guests or speakers.
  4. A list of the songs, readings, or other elements that will be a part of the service.
  5. Any special instructions or notes for attendees, such as the location of a wake or the attire for the service.
  6. Other personal touch that reflects the life and personality of the deceased
  1. Choose how many pages you need based on how much content you have
  2. Decide which paper option you would like, Card or paper
  3. If you are using a template or creating your own, you can choose a free template to edit or use our size guide if you are doing it on word or Google Docs
  4. Once you have the artwork ready you can choose how fast you need them, we offer express next day if you require it urgently
  5. Continue on to the checkout process and complete the order
  6. You will receive email notifications and tracking for your order every step of the way

Yes, of course. You can either download this as JPG files from your Canva design and then upload it using our design tool, or you can download a PDF and upload it.

If you are unsure of the layout or if your files will print correctly, we will check all this for you once your order is placed. If you would like us to check your artwork before you order, you can email us at help@orderofserviceforfuneral.co.uk or speak to us on live chat. We will be happy to create a proof for you so that you can have peace of mind.

We offer 4 design options when making your own funeral order of services

  1. Create your own using our Funeral Book Design tool
  2. Edit a free funeral template online
  3. Upload your own artwork if you have already created this on other software like Canva, word, google docs
  4. Choose our expert design it for me service, our team will create a beautiful order of service for you with unlimited revisions, and we will only send to print once you are 100% satisfied

The back of the order of service is usually where people choose to place personal touches, thank-you notes for guests, and additional information. For example, a personal message from the deceased’s family, a favourite quote or poem, or a list of those who made contributions to the service, among other things, could be included.

Also, it is a good place to include any special instructions or notes for attendees, such as the location of a reception or the attire for the service.

Ultimately, the contents of the back of an order of service are up to the individual or family planning the funeral, and should reflect the life and personality of the deceased.

It is common for a funeral order of service to include a picture of the deceased. This can be a recent photograph, or a more nostalgic one from earlier in their life. The choice of photograph is personal and can be determined by the family and loved ones of the deceased.

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