Race Car Urns and Memorials for Drivers

Racing is a wonderful sport. Our founders Susan and Richard Fraser enjoyed drag racing in the late 1970’s in Orange County. So we hold racing dear to our hearts at In the Light Urns. If you are looking for a race car urn you will certainly be able to find one here. Memorials for racers…

Pre-planning a Cremation Funeral

If you’ve ever seen a friend experience the loss of someone close, then you have likely witnessed the pain, sadness, confusion and overwhelming stress that person endured while making funeral arrangements. It can be extremely taxing to configure cost and fulfill your loved one’s wishes when emotions are running high. On the contrary, there are…

Engraved Urns for Ashes

How to Connect the Urn with the Individual Engraved urns for ashes make a tremendously personal statement and can offer some solace and comfort during an extraordinarily difficult time. It creates a lasting memorial, representing a cherished life. Custom engraved urns can be anything you desire, from a classic yet simple engraving on urn to…

Scattering Ashes Insights and Information

Dispersing the ashes of a deceased family member or friend is a beautiful and spiritual experience. It symbolizes the freeing of someone’s soul go to its final resting place. You can make the ash scattering as meaningful and personal as possible, so your loved one gets the final cast-off that he or she deserves. Here…

Saying Goodbye with the Right Pet Memorial

Giving your pet a dignified farewell is really an important part of saying goodbye. Like human companions, pets play huge roles in our lives and our families lives. They offer unconditional love, steadfast camaraderie, and cheerful homecomings and company. For these and many other reasons, the death of a pet is a hard thing to…

Finding the Right Memorial for a Musician

An Urn is a Wonderful Option to Memorialize a Loved One with Musical Talent. Musicians seem to be a special breed all their own; if your loved one was a musician, you know that they are blessed with a gift that not everyone in this life is lucky enough to possess.  A musician cremation urn…

Cremation Urns with a Photo Frame Built-in

Photo Urns: Immortalizing a Loved One As most already know, a picture is said to be “worth a thousand words.” It’s true. A photo can serve to take the mind to another place in time, often resulting in deep reflection on the person being viewed. When faced with the immeasurable loss of a loved one,…

What We Can Learn From Death at a Funeral

Death a Funeral was really a good film, that brought a kind of light heartedness to losing a loved one. There are several take aways that we can get from this film. Here are a couple: 1.       After someone dies you’ll likely learn some things about them that you didn’t know. Stories will get told…

Memorializing September 11th, 2001

Today we look back on the day we lost 2,819 people that we lost in New York City. Not only did we loss so many people, but we lost two iconic buildings that represented the strength of our great nation. A memorial will be created for the towers; this memorial was designed by Peter Walker…

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