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Personalized landscaping stones draw the eye and brighten any landscaped area. You can capitalize on the raw beauty of the stone, or have it shaped into just about anything your mind can imagine. For the truly unique, consider etching an image or a saying into the...

Our dogs are our companions and often viewed as extended family members. Therefore, when a dog passes away, many find that placing a memorial helps them with the grieving process. Honoring your friend can take several different forms including pictures, donations, and pet memorial stones. Memorial Stones for...

It is spring, and time to think about cleaning up the gravesites of your loved ones. If you are not near the cemetery, there are services available in some areas to help with the maintenance, but if you can take care of the gravesite maintenance...

Many people want to pay their respects to loved ones with graveside flowers. However, some cemeteries have rules regarding when and where you can put arrangements. For instance, most places will allow flowers or other memorabilia on Memorial Day but will remove them a couple...

Most people are at a loss when it comes time to plan their loved one's graveside memorial. They may feel overwhelmed at the number of choices available. For instance, a graveside memorial can be shaped into almost any custom shape. You can have images or...

If you want a memorial that will last, then the best headstone material is either granite or bronze. Both are known for their durability. However, a lesser-known alternative is the field boulder. While it will not last quite as long as the other two, it...

Selecting a memorial for your loved one is a very personal experience. Whether you want a single stone or a memorial for married couples, you have the ability to create almost any design. In fact, your custom memorial can include an image along with epitaphs. It can also come in a variety of sizes and shapes.
Whose names should you put on a memorial? What do you do if one partner is still living? Can you have more than two names on a graveside memorial? These are questions that most people don't think about until they lose a loved one.