Cremation is increasingly popular in the US: in 1950 only 1 in 28 Americans chose cremation, whereas today nearly 1 in 2 Americans are choosing this option for their transition.
With so many people choosing cremation, many people are also trying to figure out what to do with their cremains (that is the technical term for the ashes).
You can always scatter ashes in places that are meaningful to you. Not all of us have an obvious spot that speaks to us though; so if it is not immediately clear to you where that might be, here are 5 unique other things you can do with cremains:
With packages ranging from $1,300 to $12,500, this is not a cheap option. How cool would it be though to be launched into space? There’s something poetic and magical about returning to the universe somehow.
Help protect the marine environment while memorializing a loved one. Your ashes help give rise to new life in the ocean. Instead of visiting you in a cemetery, your family can scuba dive to visit your remains!
There are many options to
5) CUSTOM URNS
If you prefer to store some of the cremains at home, you are no longer limited to a traditional urn. There are a ton of options for different shapes, materials, and colors to suit every taste.
Whether you like these ideas or not, we hope that everyone is inspired by how many different options there are and think of what they want for themselves.