If you think that green burial and cremation services in Nashville, MI are the best option for your loved ones, you may be wondering what to do after the service. You might have a desire to spread the shes somewhere close by but not be sure where to do it. If you want to spread them in the water, this is a good option. This is sometimes called water burial and is actually one of the most common options. If you are unsure of your options, consider some of these places where you may want to spread the ashes in the water.
If you know your favorite lake that your loved ones love to swim, fish, or relax in, they may want this to be their last resort. Some lakes are privately owned and you may need a permit to visit or distribute the ashes. Even if the ashes are in a public place, you may need to speak to city officials to see if they allow people to distribute the ashes. Never try to do this without permission because if you get caught you can get into legal trouble.
Rivers can be another place where ashes can be scattered in the water. If anyone in your family works by the river, lives near the river, or just enjoys water sports and other river activities, they may also have a desire to have their ashes spread in the river. Remember that river water is constantly flowing somewhere else. So if you are thinking of spreading your loved ones elsewhere, it might not be a good idea to disperse them in the river. If you like the idea of the deceased traveling along the river this could be a good place to scatter their ashes.
The sea is a popular place to scatter the ashes of a loved one. In most cases this is allowed, but you need to get closer to it. You can find prisms that are specifically designed to disperse ashes. Maybe you can even hold a memorial service on the ship. If you want to make the scattering of ashes a special and personal experience, you can scatter it around the ship with family and friends to make it more special and memorable for everyone. It can also be a nice way to save time and money by having the memorial service and the spreading of the ashes at the same time and you won’t need to rent a separate venue.
If you are planning on having cremation services in Nashville, MI and you want it to be special, you can choose to leave. There are several bodies of water to choose from as the ultimate resting place for your loved ones. If you need help choosing a green burial ceremony, visit Pray Funeral Home, Inc. if you need help with your plans. We would be happy to help you implement your plans. Contact us today to learn more about your options and how we can help you.