Losing a loved one is always difficult as you can no longer hug them hello or tell them how your day went. But with cremation jewelry, you can keep them close to the heart and share your day with them. There are some things you do want to think about when getting cremation jewelry.
The first is material. You can find silver jewelry with cremation ashes baked in, silver jewelry with cremains in the resin, glass, resin, wood with resin and silver keepsake urns. The key thing here is to keep in mind is how often you'll be wearing the jewelry and under what conditions.
For example, if you're occasionally wearing a ring to dinner and then taking it off, a resin based ring would be fine; however if you're working with tools and banging up your hands then a cremains infused silver ring would be the best option.
With pendants, you need to keep in mind are you spending a lot of time in the sun or going swimming as glass will hold up best in these conditions.
Generally, you want to pick a style that you like and that you already wear a lot; by extension you'll be picking something you know you'll be OK wearing without dinging, tangling or loosing since you're already used to wearing it.
Here at Spirit Pieces we have a wide selection of cremation jewelry to help cover all styles and wearing habits. Check them out now!
Once a deceased loved one is cremated, there are many different options for what to do with the ashes. Some people choose to bury them in a cemetery, entomb them in a columbarium, keep them at home in an urn or even turn them into beautiful pieces of cremation jewelry or memorial art.
Others decide – whether at the request of the deceased or due to personal reasons – to scatter the cremated remains somewhere. Along with the choice to scatter, however, comes a whole new set of decisions to be made. In particular, where those remains should be disbursed?
When a loved one passes away, there are so many decisions to be made. Where will the funeral be held? What type of service should there be? What should be done with his or her remains? If you’re wondering what to do with a loved one’s ashes, here are a few ideas to keep in mind.