4 Sides of A5, Full colour.
Imagine an A4 piece of paper (210mm x 297mm) being folded in half, this would give you the 4 sides of A5. If you look at any of the designs in the Examples page, or step 2 of the order process, you will see a visual example of this.Â A typical greetings card you would buy from the high street would be this size.
8 Sides of A5, Full colour.
The same as above, but with two A4 pieces of paper folded together, to create 8 sides of A5.
The bookmarks are coated in a plastic lamination, that has a matt finish.
This process gives extra rigidity to the product a...
The content of Funeral Stationery is highly personal. Some people choose a plain, simple design, whilst others prefer a colourful theme or photographs to reflect a favourite pastime. We are here to help you create stationery that is a unique tribute to a unique life and can be kept by loved ones long after the service.
So if you can’t find a design you like in the gallery, just call or email us and tell us exactly what you are looking for. We have over 25 years experience and we take pride in our ability to meet the requirements of our customers and give complete satisfaction. Rest assured we will do everything we can to pr...
Today, increasing numbers of people like to make their own funeral arrangements in advance. It’s the perfect way of ensuring everything on the day is the way you want it and also spares the loved ones you leave behind the burden of having to deal with it.
Love in Print is the very first website to offer a pre-paid funeral stationery product, giving you the opportunity to create a design that is uniquely personal to you. After all, nobody knows better what you like and what you want to mark your passing. (more…)
A eulogy has to be the most difficult speech someone ever has to give, however to be asked to give a eulogy for a family member, friend or work colleague is a tremendous honour and brings great responsibility.
The purpose of the eulogy is to pay tribute to the deceased as a distinct individual, with unique talents and gifts, who will live on in the memories of the people who loved him/her. The eulogy allows family and friends to say goodbye to their loved one and acknowledge the gift they shared in being touched by his/her life.
A eulogy may contain a condensed life history of the person who has died, details about family,...
Hibiscus Floral Design – Farthinghoe, Northamptonshire
Claire is a fully qualified and experienced florist who after many years working in the floristry trade has set up her own business – Hibiscus Floral Design.
Whether you are looking for a bespoke casket spray, delicate wreath or the decoration of a church Claire will ensure your tribute to a loved one is beautifully made.
Customers are offered a personal consultation service in the comfort of their own home where you can discuss designs with the use of images to help you decide upon a fitting tribute. Claire will then liase with the Funeral Directo...
Ordering flowers at such a difficult time can be an emotional process and it is therefore so important that the companies that you deal with offer an excellent, yet caring service that delivers on quality and turnaround time.
Love in Print are therefore taking the time to make links with florists that come highly recommended for their excellent service and beautiful floral arrangements.
Hibiscus Floral Design is based in Farthinghoe and offer a personal consultation service in the comfort of your own home where you can discuss designs to help you decide on a fitting tribute for your loved one.
Another excellent fune...
We recently created a order of service and mourning cards for an irish client. The theme, well as you can see is very fitting for the family. If you would also like to use this template, please feel free to use exactly as it is with your pictures and details, or use it as a base template to create something unique to you. Why not take a look at the funeral order of service examples page for a few more ideas and to see this design rolled out onto orders of service, mourning cards, thank you cards and memorial bookmarks.
An interesting article this week in the Guardian newspaper, regarding what people regret when they are dying. Check out the full article here on the guardian website.
A good 2 minute read to take stock on how not to be in that position!