Welcome to our Urns for Human Ashes page.
With over fifty percent of Americans choosing cremation for their final destination, there is no wonder that there are more types of Urns for Human Ashes to choose from. So much so, that we are regularly pleasantly surprised at the new types and styles of urns that are made available for us to offer to our customers. Not only are there more styles of adult urns, there are other types of urns such as companion urns for two people and sharing and keepsake urns that allow you to hold a small portion of ashes. Cremation urns that represent your loved one’s hobbies have rapidly become enormously popular in the last few years. Hobbies like fishing,
Hunting, golf and gardening for our most popular examples. Then there are our customers who love motorcycles or cars and want their favorite model or bike represented. Unique urns like Superheros and shows like Star Trek are also being requested by our customers and we are happy to oblige by offering a selection of those too.
We understand that you may have not have much if any experience purchasing a human urn for ashes. Most always we don’t plan ahead for such things. That’s why we are here to help you. We try to make the Lovelight Urns website is user friendly to help make choosing from so many different type of urns for human ashes a little easier.
It is not uncommon nowadays to see urns in people’s homes. But there are several other ways to use cremation urns for memorializing someone. Burial urns are also commonly buried in cemetery grave sites. Urns for humans ashes that will be placed in a columbarium can be made from practically any material, but it must fit into the niche, so size and proportions will be important. Biodegradable urns are often used today to for our eco-minded customers who like the natural aspect of everything returning to the earth. With their many styles and uses they can make for a true personal memorial experience for friends and family
As opposed to traditional burial choices like caskets, urns for human ashes can come to suit personal taste in unlimited ways.They come in a wide variety of materials and styles. If they are to be buried, urns are usually made of cultured marble or metal. Scattering ashes can be made from cardboard or paper maché If they are to be displayed beautifully in a home or at a funeral,you will find an urn that will match your homes decor and represent your loved one who passed.
Other common names for urns for human ashes are:
- Cremation Urns
- Ashes Urns
- Urn for Ashes
- Funeral Urns
- Urns for Cremated Ashes