With a Personal Touch: Graphic Designers and Custom Designs for Urns

by Alex Johnson May 04, 2019 2 min read

 

Engraving on Cremation urns

We live in a world where so much of what we do has lost that personal touch, as we rely more and more on machinery to complete jobs and tasks for us. And yet, it’s important to recognize that there are some things that no matter how easy they can be, it’s so crucial to still maintain that sense of humanity and personalization that comes with human interactions.

It is with this same philosophy that we view the importance of each and every engraving that we carve onto an urn for a mourning family.

There’s a personal touch, an understanding of mortality and of human nature, that can’t be replicated or removed from the process. It is our understanding of life and of death, our emotional vulnerabilities, and our capacity for love, that are all part of what makes us humans.

This is where our skilled graphic designers come in to play. For each and every order that comes through, our professional designers review the order and descriptions individually. They carefully consider the placement and process for each piece and recognize that no two urns are the same.

There’s a strong sense of pride and thoughtfulness behind deciding the placement of an engraving upon an urn, and our designers are ready and willing to take the time necessary to ensure each piece is as perfect as it can be.

Just as we all mourn in our own ways, we all view the final resting places of our loved ones in our own way, and this process is wholly respected by our talented professionals. They are more than just designers, they’re humans who understand you’re in the grieving process and they hold something that will become invaluable within your family. It is with just this mentality that they go into each and every piece with.

 

By this same token, our designers are also ready to work with and alongside you in order to decide the best approach to take when it comes to the urn for your loved one. Some of our customers will come to us with an idea or loose concept, one that they might struggle to put into words or clarify into an engraving. With care and sensitivity, the designers with GetUrns are ready and willing to listen to what you’re hoping for and to help you to create just the urn that you desire.

 

No one knows your family like you do, and perhaps one of our traditional designs simply doesn’t quite fit what you’re hoping to reflect on or what you’re hoping will capture the essence and memory of someone recently deceased. We understand the importance of wanting to let our customers go wild with their own imaginations and dream up the perfect design that captures the right personality, emotions, or spirit of your loved one. The grieving process certainly isn’t an easy one, but it is one that can be eased, just a little bit, with the sense of calm and satisfaction that comes from knowing you’ve designed a resting place that is just right.


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