Spotlight on vendors/suppliers - Day Four
Technology plays a big role in funeral ceremonies nowadays. The majority of services have a photo presentation, showing photos of the person that family and friends are honouring. Photos evoke many emotions and bring back so many memories and can be a very powerful aid and resource as we grieve the loss of our loved one.
I often hear people say that they don't remember much at all of what was said at their loved one's funeral. It is not uncommon for the bereaved to go through the days and weeks following their loss in a "fog". There is lots going on, and lots to deal with on top of losing someone and it can all be very overwhelming. And the funeral ceremony can often be a blur.
So when it comes to the funeral service taking place, many crematorium chapels in Sydney have the facility for the service to be recorded. Some people find this an invaluable resource, particularly if there are family and friends interstate or overseas that are unable to personally attend the funeral service. It is also good to have the recording on hand for future generations.
When funerals are held at other locations such as a Church or other function centre, you can still have the service recorded by engaging the services of a specialist.
On numerous occasions I have worked with Michelle Bova from The Funeral Videographer. Michelle is not only a fabulous photographer and videographer - she also conducts herself in a very professional manner, showing the utmost respect for the occasion.
If you are interested in finding out more about this wonderful service, you can find this business on facebook :- https://www.facebook.com/FuneralVideoAus/