Tealight Urns

by Alex Johnson May 29, 2018 2 min read

Lighting a candle has always been a special way to remember someone, honoring their memory with a small flame. In the same way, a tealight urn for ashes offer a healing, warm glow, offering an almost spiritual reminder of the life of someone who has passed before us.

It can be difficult to choose an urn for your loved one, with many beautiful options to honor them by. As a small keepsake urn, tealight urns hold a few ashes, helping you keep a piece of your loved one with you. Many people have found that this helps aid the healing process, as it helps you feel and understand that a part of your loved one will be with you always, helping you through just as they did when they were alive.

A candle urn for ashes also helps make a simple remembrance on an important anniversary a special event, by lighting the tealight cremation urn on an important date, such as an anniversary or birthday. Though our loved ones are always in our hearts, being able to honor them in a special way helps us heal, as well as to remember all of the good times and good memories that we have.

While there are many beautiful large cremation urns out there, many people prefer the personal touch of a tealight urn. Because tealight urns hold just a few ashes, this allows the rest to be scattered in an important place, or spread out among family members to aid in the healing process. This gives everyone the freedom to honor and heal in the way that works best for them.

At Get Urns, we are proud of our selection of tealight urns available, helping you choose the right fit for your loved one and your situation. For example, our Flying Doves Tealight Urn uses the beautiful symbolism of birds to aid in the healing process. Cancer has taken too many from us too soon, which is why this beautiful Awareness Tealight Urn can be a touching way to remind us to keep fighting.

For our loved ones who fought for our freedom in the military, the Stars and Stripes Tealight Urn helps us remember and honor their sacrifice. Or perhaps a subtle, elegant Midnight Pearl Cremation Urn is right for your family. There are many options to help you choose what is right, as every person and situation is different.

A candle is a universal symbol of warmth and healing, providing a light even when the situation or surroundings are dark. Spending time lighting a tealight candle urn can help in the healing process, which is what makes it a great choice for many.

At Get Urns, we know that every situation is different, and everyone grieves and heals in their own way. We hope our tealight urns can be help you get through a difficult time, with the faith that there will be light and hope to come, and that our loved ones are always with us, even after they pass.


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