Keeping Memories Alive With Memorial Rocks

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Memorial rocksare a beautiful and unique option to keep the memories of the departed alive. Most are designed to look and feel like natural garden stones that they blend subtlety in the garden or at the cemetery. There are other more special designs like tree trunks, garden benches or statuary rocks to display touching tributes to the dearly departed member of the family or even a pet.

Memorial rocks come in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, colors and styles. While some are 100% fabricated at the factory, most of them are carved out of natural granites. Granites is one of the hardest stones around and can be found practically anywhere in the world. Granites are also long-lasting to withstand the harsh elements of the seasons. Some of these rocks may even come with the option to place mini cremation urns underneath them. These rocks and statues are especially popular at memorial parks and cemeteries while some families preferred to have them placed nearer to home. This is more common when they are dealing with departed pets.

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There are many ways to personalize the words to honor the dearly departed. Some families choose to have a poem inscribed on it while some choose simple inspiring lines. There’s never any two rocks that are the same as the tributes are all from the heart that personify how the personality of the departed or how he or she had lived their lives. There is a multitude of choices when it comes to inscriptions. Sometimes you may even find a picture embedded on the stone. It can be anything and whatever will bring out the memories of the loved one.

When you are looking to set up a memorial, it will be wise to check out the company’s reputation or better still get recommendations from friends or acquaintances. It is good to check out their sample of work which is easily available at the memorial parks and cemeteries. Companies that provide guarantee of purchase with return policies will have better advantages.

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