Memorial Fireworks

Posted 5th November 2022

Memorial Fireworks

Scattering a loved one’s ashes can be a highly personal and ceremonial moment. For some it’s an opportunity to memorialise the life of their loved one, and can be a really meaningful way to say goodbye. Many families choose to scatter ashes in a location with personal meaning, somewhere poignant that holds a special memory, or has some kind of connection to the person who has died. Popular places include mountains, hills, country parks and forests, over rivers and seas, and in dedicated memorial gardens. Where, when and how is a very personal choice, but once decided our team will be here to guide you through every step.

There are many ways in which to scatter ashes, some more common than others. One option is to mark the occasion with a celebration, lighting up the night skies with a glow, and sending off your loved one with a bang. Fireworks are available that contain cremation ashes, with choices including self-fire rockets, colourful pretties, a combination of the two, or even a fully managed display. Whatever you choose, we will be happy to work with the provider to help make the occasion a memorable one. Recorded below and on our YouTube channel, posted with permission from the family, three rockets were recently launched in an explosive tribute to life.

"Observe, the wondrous Wares of a fun-loving lady illuminating the night sky for one final time."

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Memorial Fireworks
Fireworks are available that contain cremation ashes, with choices including self-fire rockets, colourful pretties, a combination of the two, or even a fully managed display.
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