If you are planning cremation services Kaysville, UT and you need to decide who you should invite, you may be trying to figure it all out. In most cases you might not need to send out invites, but if you are afraid that the people you need to attend the services may not see the obituary or if you just want to send them something special to show them how much they mean to you and how much you want them there, an invite can be a good idea. Here are some people you want to be sure to invite to cremation services.
The most important people to invite to a funeral or cremation are family members. Most of the time family is the first to find out about the death of a loved one but there are certain reasons they might not have heard about your deceased loved one. If you are planning to send an invitation to a funeral, you may want to order cards similar to memorial cards. This will ensure they look respectful and are a good option for everyone.
You always want to invite your loved one’s friends to the funeral or cremation. You may know them all or you may need to contact other family members and friends to find out how to get ahold of them all. You can send them invitations directly or you can ask other people to spread the word. You can also just call or tet them and let them know about the passing. There is no need to send a formal invitation unless you feel like they would expect one or they need it to be remined of the cremation arrangements.
A lot of people consider their coworkers as close friends and sometimes even like family. If your loved one was close to their coworkers and you think they may have wanted them to attend the services, you will want to incite them. You can do this by emailing an office manager or the company to see if there is a way, they can spread the word to everyone. Some people may be able contact a lot of people in the work area at one time to pass along the information about the arrangements and ensure they all are aware of the passing and the services.
If you have lost a loved one and want to make sure everyone that knew them is going to be able to attend the cremation services in Kaysville, UT, you may be thinking about sending some invitations. Invitations are not always necessary but they can be helpful if you think some family and friends may have missed the obituary. If you do need to send invitations and can’t decide who to invite, keep the above tips and suggestions in mind. If you are ready to make the plans, be sure to reach out to Lindquist Mortuaries and Cemeteries. We are happy to help with all your funeral planning needs.