At Memorial Card Shop we work effortlessly to ensure that your chosen card reaches you on time and to your complete satisfaction.
From personal experience we understand that memorial cards are a lasting and befitting tribute to a cherished loved one and unique to each client. Each memorial card is thoughtfully designed and finished to a high standard, with the added reassurance of a proof copy that is sent for your perusal prior to print.
All of our cards are printed on a thick grade card and laminated for longer durability. We have an extensive range of beautiful designs including Folding Memorial Cards, Memorial Bookmarks, Memorial Prayer Cards, Memorial Wallet Cards, Acknowledgment Cards which can be personalised with photographs, verses and the text of your choice.
Each template memorial card has been created by our own in house design team, but we also offer a bespoke design service should you have something a little more inventive in mind. Simply contact our team and they will be more than happy to discuss your ideas and requirements.
What should I write on a Memorial Card?
Mourning the loss of a loved one can be difficult, and sending a memorial card can help to express your thoughts and feelings. While there is no specific format that memorial cards must follow, they should generally be short with befitting content such as memorial poems. If you are writing in memory of someone who passed away recently, include information about that person's life and why you think the person would be particularly missed.
Memorial cards can also serve as a repository for memories. If you have memories or stories about the person who died that you would like to share, write them down and include them on your card. Finally, think about what words might comfort the person who receives your card. Send a card that will make a difference!
When should Memorial Cards be sent?
Memorial cards should be sent as soon as possible after a loved one's death, but no later than the 1st anniversary. This gives the family time to come to terms with their loss and to compose a card that expresses their feelings. It is also important to send cards at different times so that the recipient doesn't feel overwhelmed. Cards should be sent during the week to remind the deceased of all the good they have done in this life, and on the weekend to celebrate their life.