Full and partial planning (coordination) services for Celebration of life & Memorials.
We are based in Surrey, BC but work throughout the Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley to provide you with quick and easy planning services for memorials.
If you want something different from a traditional funeral church service to commemorate your loved one, we can help you plan a Celebration of Life. You may want to reminisce with slide shows and music, pay tribute with speeches from friends, or perhaps you may want a close gathering over a Sunday brunch – this event is entirely up to you, we are here to guide you in this journey of making it happen.
A Celebration of Life is a time to come together to celebrate the unique personality and achievements of your loved one; it is an opportunity to tell a story and a chance to remember and cherish the life lived. Let us guide you during this difficult time to help celebrate and honour your loved one.
We can help you plan the program, create a schedule, and connect with the services required. Choosing a suitable venue, food, music and décor elements can feel overwhelming at a time like this, we are here to help you take care of all the little details.
Feel free to give us a call for a consultation. 604-603-7299
Emerald Memorials helped me when I had to organize a post funeral reception. I can’t imagine how I would have done it without them. At an already very stressful time, organizing the reception was not feasible without Maureen’s expertise and on site attention to details. She coordinated the set up, ordering supplies such as table cloths, serving items and catering. Some of the family wanted to bring special food items as well so she organized everything on site. Once the funeral was over and we made our way to the reception, family and friends didn’t have to do a thing, it was all organized. Coffee was ready. She even had a microphone to make additional speeches. I can’t stress enough how reassuring it was to have Maureen on site during such a stressful time. We didn’t have to worry about a thing and rather could focus on spending time supporting our family and friends during such a difficult time.
~ Ruby Campbell