QR Code Funeral Tribute: Why This Innovation is the Newest Trend in Celebration of Life

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Are you looking for a new and unique funeral tribute to commemorate a loved one? Do you want the tribute to be something that doesn't fade or get mouldy or something that can still be viewed by future generations? If so, then check out QR code tributes to celebrate the life of your departed loved ones.

What is See My Life's QR Code Funeral Tribute?

There are many ways to remember and celebrate the life of loved ones who have passed on. Some people prefer to light candles or place flowers on the graves of their loved ones. Others prefer to hold memorial services after a set number of days or every year. Others, on the other hand, choose to support their favourite causes in memory of their relatives or friends that have passed on.

See My Life QR Code Funeral Tribute allows you to commemorate your loved one's life online. Simply collect the pictures that highlight your loved ones' life and upload them to an eTribute page online hosted by See My Life. This eTribute page is unique and dedicated only to your spouse, child, parent, or friend who had passed on.

You're probably wondering what else you can add to the eTribute page. Well, you can add eulogies family members and friends made, as well as other special messages.

The pictures and messages are accessible online via a unique QR code that can be printed on a funeral program. To access the page, family members and friends can simply scan the QR code on their phones. Once scanned, the eTribute will automatically appear on the screen.

Photos and tributes are not the only things that you can include on the eTribute page. You can also include important details, such as the person's name, age, date of birth, and the date when they passed on.

Optional information includes their hometown, a short biography, and the names of the family members they have left behind. You can also include a map and directions to their grave sites. Want to add a couple of videos featuring your loved one to their eTribute Page? You can do that, too, with a QR code funeral tribute.

An Affordable Way to Keep Your Loved Ones' Memory Alive

You don't have to spend a fortune to have your loved ones' page set up. In fact, QR Code Funeral Tribute is easily one of the most affordable ways to celebrate the life of your loved one. Take a look at this page for your pricing options.

Tributes on Funeral Programs and More

Want to take it a step further and make sure your QR code lasts forever? You can have your stonemason inscribe the QR code onto your loved one's plaque, urn, or headstone.

The QR Code Funeral Tribute Sign-Up Process

When a loved one passes away, there's nothing more we'd like to do than sit down and have a space to grieve. But funerals also include a mountain of paperwork and a million arrangements. You have to call and email friends and other family members that your loved one has passed on and they need to come for the viewing and funeral service.

We understand that these are the last things you want to do if you are grieving. That's why we have simplified the whole sign-up process for you.

To start, simply sign up at our website and fill out the online form to answer details about your loved one's life.

Next, you can write a eulogy as a tribute to your loved one's life. If you wish, you can also write a summary of your loved one's life story and include it in your eTribute. Include photos of your loved one, making sure that the pictures showcase their rich life.

Once done, you now have your loved one's very own funeral tribute page. Download the unique QR code and have it printed on the funeral program. You can also commission your chosen stonemason to inscribe it on your loved one's headstone or plaque.

With a QR Code Funeral Tribute, even future generations will see your loved one's unique and incredible life story. This is especially important for very young children or siblings who may want to get to know about their departed loved ones when they get older. This is also a great way for widowed spouses or parents to keep the memory of their loved ones alive.