Bird Cremation urns

by Alex Johnson June 01, 2018 2 min read

Bird urns have always been a touching and symbolic way to remember someone who has passed. These types of urns invoke beautiful images both for those who have passed and those who are left behind to grieve, which is why a bird cremation urn makes for a touching choice to hold the cremains of your loved one.

A beautiful urn such as our Soaring Doves Cremation Urnsymbolizes that as our love one passes, they become free from the struggles and worries of this life. A dove soars through the air, flying with the help of a breeze as they enjoy freedom in the sky. In the same way, our loved ones are now free to enjoy eternal peace and happiness.

Each year, the song of birds is a sign that spring has come again – that we have survived a dark winter and better times are ahead. In the same way, an urn such as our Silver Blessings Urn can show us that there is light ahead. Even though grieving is necessary, we have faith in the power of spring to bring hope in our life. Just as the seasons change, and winter becomes spring, so too will we emerge from grief to honor our loved ones with the life we live.

A hummingbird keepsake urn showcases life and vitality with their beautiful song and constant movement. They are also symbolic of healing, persistence, and peace, showing that with perseverance, any challenge can be overcome. This Mother of Pearl Hummingbird Urn shows the beauty that often is surrounding birds. As the hummingbird effortlessly flows from flower to flower, so too are we surrounded by beauty and light, even in times of distress.

We know that birds often work in communion with each other, living a life of harmony in the sky and in the trees. That can make companion bird urns a beautiful memorial for a couple, or for two people who have spent their life living in harmony. This Keepsake Urn of a Male Soulbird pairs beautifully with the Female Soulbird Keepsake Urn, symbolizing togetherness throughout eternity.

Finally, birds are often understated in their beauty, staying unassuming even as they awe us with their beauty and grace. A tealight bird urn is a small, touching tribute to our loved ones who similarly impacted our lives with their humility and love.

At Get Urns, we have a beautiful selection of bird urns, which make for a touching way to remember a loved one who has passed before us. In many ways, birds are a wonderful symbol both of the eternal joy of those who have passed, as well as the faith and hope as we grieve their passing. From beautiful adult urns to keepsake urns to tealight urns, our hope is that a beautiful urn can be a reminder that our loved ones are hoping for our happiness and joy.


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