Scattering Ashes: By Cremation Fireworks

In celebration of a life well-lived, there is the option of cremation fireworks as a funeral. In lieu of a usual burial, a loved one can receive a cremation and have the ashes incorporated into a fireworks shell. For a unique cremation experience, anyone may choose to have their ashes embedded into the fireworks set off after the funeral. Whether set over water or land, this is a memorable way for a funeral to end. The images of a brightened sky containing the ashes of a loved one are a memory surely remembered for a long time, if not forever.

A new way of saying goodbye, cremation fireworks are slowly gaining acceptance among mourners. This is truly a unique funeral, echoing the grandeur of send-offs of royalty, where bodies and/or caskets are placed on rafts, put on water and set ablaze. For those who choose a celebration of life instead of a somber funeral, cremation fireworks for guests to enjoy themselves as well.

Special permission need to be gotten for this kind of funeral if you or a loved one want the ashes scattered where people gather, like baseball stadiums or parks. Whether you choose to have a service set around the ocean like the one offered by Angels Flight Incorporated, or do the setting off yourself, much like what Heavenly Stars Fireworks Limited suggests, preparing the firework themselves and sending them to the customer with a unique number for identification purposes, it will truly be an affair to remember.

For a distinctive goodbye amongst the stars, choosing cremation fireworks is the way to go.

 

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