A tradition at a burial funeral
At the burial graveside, many like to perform a final memorable act as a concluding farewall.
Traditionally, there is the custom of throwing soil or petals into the grave – and this act is still commonplace. The Maddock team have noticed a recent trend for new and uplifting graveside rituals.
We’ve seen these range from inspirational live music of all kinds to firework displays, fly-pasts and the release of lanterns, bubbles and doves.
In fact, there are few limits on what you can choose to do, so budget depending – let your imagination run free!
This is a lovely opportunity to create an uplifting and positive end to the service…