Suggestions for the design of a child’s memorial

Having to provide a memorial for your loved one is never an easy task, especially when they leave us so young. To help families remember their children at their best, we can offer highly bespoke and professionally-made commemorative products dedicated specifically to them. No matter the specifications you lay out for us, be assured that we will do everything we can to fulfil them and provide fittings childrens memorials.

A memorial of any description acts as a tribute that celebrates the time the deceased spent with us. Generally engraved in some form or another, they are supposed to last for a considerable amount of time. Memorials for children, just like adults, can be as simple or as extravagant as you want. Whatever you decide is what’s right for you.

If you are a family that prefers the more simple approach, begin the designing of your tribute with a meaningful phrase. This could be “In loving Memory of” or “Dedicated to the Memory Of” followed by the child’s name. Writing such as this stands out very well in medium bold letters.

The line containing the name is done in bold with the purpose of placing a special emphasis on it. If your child had a nickname that they went by, a good suggestion would be to either place it between the first and last name, or alternatively, at the end of the full name. Adding nicknames helps in making the memorial all the more personal, as you are placing a special trait that the child held on the tribute. Quotation marks are commonly used for the nickname in order to distinguish between it and the real name.

At UK Memorial Service we have a selection of memorials dedicated especially to the youngest family members. For something a little less simple, a personal statement and a picture of the child’s favourite character can be added to truly help make the perfect childrens memorials. Should you need our assistance, be assured that we are here to provide our full support to you.

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