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Taking Cremation Urns on Airplanes

Taking Cremation Urns on Airplanes

Did you know that some urns are not scannable and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) won’t open an urn to inspect the contents? What this means for travelers planning to fly with the ashes of a loved one is that some extra thought has to go into choosing an appropriate urn or temporary container in order to get to your destination.
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Companion Urns: Room for Two

Companion Urns: Room for Two

What is a companion urn? A companion urn is a cremation urn designed to hold the ashes of two people. Some families are comforted by the thought of parents or couples being ‘together forever.’ The wish to be interred in the same urn also can be expressed by the two people themselves in pre-need plans. Here we discuss the benefits of choosing a companion urn -- also called a double urn -- along with helpful tips and advice.
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What Size Cremation Urn Do I Need?

What Size Cremation Urn Do I Need?

Cremation urns come in a variety of sizes, and it can be hard to know which size is right for your family’s needs. In this post, we discuss each of the sizes available to families and why size should be one of the first things to consider before purchasing an urn for ashes.
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Best Burial Urns

Best Burial Urns

Burial urns are cremation urns specifically made for placement in the ground. Burial urns come in two types with completely opposite purposes: cremation urns that are designed to last -- incorporating moisture-resistant materials like marble and cremation urns that are designed to biodegrade -- comprised of gelatin, paper, or similar dissolving components. Here we discuss some of the most popular urns for ground burial.
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Stardust Memorials Ranks in the Inc. 500

Stardust Memorials Ranks in the Inc. 500

Inc. Magazine ranked Stardust Memorials #473 on its 34th Annual Inc. 500 | 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Offering cremation urns and memorial products online, Stardust Memorials has grown 806% in three years as the company has focused on providing a wide range of cremation urns that are popular with today's families -- with a helpful touch.
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Should We Use an Urn Vault?

Should We Use an Urn Vault?

The primary purpose of an urn vault is to protect a cremation urn from the elements after it has been buried as well as prevent it from being crushed by the weight of the earth or heavy cemetery equipment. The question is: Do you really need an urn vault? Learn why you may or may not need an urn vault.
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How to Fill an Urn

How to Fill an Urn

The loss of a loved one can be full of challenging moments, and one of these may be how to handle his or her cremated remains or ‘ashes’. Here are some suggestions to make filling a cremation urn a little easier for you. 
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Wood Urns -- A Natural Choice

Wood Urns -- A Natural Choice

Why are wood urns a popular choice with families? Wood is a traditional material for cremation urns. Additionally, wood can be engraved easily for a personalized tribute to a loved one. Available in a variety of wood types such as walnut, mahogany, and oak as well as a wide range of finishes, wood urns can suit many styles and display natural elegance as part of a memorial service or a home tribute to a loved one. Wood urns for ashes are suitable for burial, and some are made specifically as niche urns.
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