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Funeral Program Titles

funeral program templates

funeral program templates

The funeral program title is usually on the cover of the funeral program, and describes how you choose to honor your loved one.   The title also reflects the tone or style of the funeral service. Funeral programs are documents that are given out at a funeral or memorial service that can contain the order of service or list of events, an obituary, funeral poems, funeral songs, photos and other personalized information.  Funeral programs are often kept as keepsakes.   There are many different titles that can be used for funeral programs.  If using a funeral program template to create your funeral program, make sure you can customize your title to fit you needs.  Listed below are some common funeral program titles that are appropriate for funeral, memorial or cremation services that are religious, secular or contemporary.

Life Celebration
In Loving Memory
In Remembrance
Honoring the Life
Remembering the Life
Celebrating the Life
Homegoing Service
Celebrating Her/His Spirit

These titles or captions can also be used in other places throughout your funeral or memorial booklet.  You can use them as captions on funeral program collages or scrapbook pages, as well as memorial slideshows.  Click here to see more titles and captions.

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Funeral Program Template — Quick Tips

funeral program template

A funeral program template is a pre-formatted document that helps you create funeral program or memorial service bulletins quickly and easily.  Here are a few quick tips for using your funeral program template

1. Download your template to an easy to find folder on your computer.
2. Make a copy of the original template, so that if you need to start from the beginning, you will have a clean copy.
3. Make sure you save your template frequently. Do not rely on Autosave features from your word processor.
4. Make sure you have all of your information ready (such as funeral poems, funeral songs lyrics, obituary, and all other information). If possible, try to get everything in electronic form so that you can just copy and paste into your template.
5. If adding pictures, it may be easier to crop or resize your images before you add them to your template.
6. Proof! Proof! Proof!
7. Print a test copy, and proof again.
8. If printing at home, make sure you have enough ink on hand.
9. If you will be taking your template to a print or copy shop, make sure you know what file format the printer needs. Some print and copy shops will only take the file in PDF form (and not Microsoft Word or Publisher format). There are many PDF converters available on the internet, and some are even free.
10. Make sure you allow time for folding.  Special folds such as trifold or graduated fold my require additional time.

Easy Funeral Program Templates

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