As well as the funeral, holding a memorial event such as a wake, farewell party, or celebration of life when a loved one dies, can be a wonderful way to pay tribute to them. More often than not, this will usually involve impromptu sandwiches and a cup of tea back at a relations house or maybe something stronger down the pub. For those who wish for something a bit more grand however, (and have a budget to cover it), there is a growing market for events companies to diversify from just weddings, or corporate functions, to cover funerals as well.
| Using an event planner can assist you with as little or as much of the planning as you wish. From organising a venue or marquee, to sorting the food, drinks, flowers and music, for a price, they can create a truly special, unique and bespoke farewell, however small and subtle or large and unusual. If you think arranging a fitting farewell for a loved one, following their death will be too over-whelming, then an “event planner” could be the way to go. |