Posted by Jennifer Cummins on 5/1/2017
Our Butterfly Urn collection is one of the most popular theme categories we offer. Families are drawn to the natural beauty of the butterfly perhaps for its symbolism of free spirit, transformation, and rebirth or maybe simply because it is one of nature's magnificent creatures.
An elegant choice for someone who enjoyed flowers or loved to garden, the Grace collection is a perfect choice for a family. Not only is this collection in lilac and white, a family can also choose from a full-sized urn, a keepsake or a tealight urn to honor their loved one. Learn more.
Posted by Jennifer Cummins on 4/11/2017 to Product News
Posted by Lisa Brookfield on 4/11/2017 to Business Inspiration & News
As trees and flowers bud out, spring is the perfect time for your funeral home to 'go green.' Green business practices can draw eco-minded clients, save you money, and help protect and preserve the environment. What's not to like? Here are 3 tips on how to help your Funeral Home embark on green efficiencies.
Posted by Jennifer Cummins on 3/1/2017
Reflections Urns & Memorials is pleased to announce a new Referral Program. Several funeral directors that we work with have been so kind as to recommend our company to other funeral director peers. Just as you are grateful for positive referrals in your community, so are we! We are introducing a more formal way to thank you for those compliments!
Are your families asking about memorial videos? Providing this service to families isn't as complicated as it may sound either by partnering with memorial video service providers or even creating them in-house. With today's technology, making videos is easier than ever. Here are top tips on how your funeral home can offer this trending service option.
Posted by Jennifer Cummins on 2/24/2017 to Business Inspiration & News
This past September, we shared our article on "Top Engraveable Messages" for cremation urns. We also recently shared a post regarding "3 Things to Talk to About When Helping Families." When funeral directors consider both issues, the outcome can be powerful memorials to a loved one. This month, we'd like to dig a little deeper on personalizations and formats.
Posted by Jennifer Cummins on 1/30/2017 to Business Inspiration & News
Listening to the families you serve -- just listening -- is surely one of the most important tasks of a funeral director. When a family member shares stories with a funeral director, he or she is giving testimony to a life important to them and processing the acute loss. By listening, you show respect and validate their feelings. Here are three things to help you engage in a meaningful conversation.
Posted by Jennifer Cummins on 1/27/2017 to Business Inspiration & News
There are many available tools to help you get organized. Some people go for the original pen and paper for their 'To-Do' list. Others opt for the modern digital tools like Evernote or a simple "Notes" app. With technology evolving as quickly as it does, digital tools are becoming more and more advanced and user-friendly.
Posted by Jennifer Cummins on 1/3/2017 to Business Inspiration & News