A funeral pamphlet is a folded, printed sheet that has the events of a funeral or memorial, and celebrates the life of the deceased. These handouts may be provided by the funeral home, or you can create them yourself on your home computer and printer. If making them at home, funeral pamphlet templates are a quick and easy solution for easily producing printed memorial materials. Templates come in many different paper sizes, designs, colors and layouts, and can help you create a unique and personal memorial keepsake for your friends and family.
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Funeral Pamphlet Designs and Layouts
Funeral pamphlets templates come in a variety of designs, themes and layouts. Usually, the design reflects you loved one's tastes and personality. You can choose from a wide range of styles and a variety of colors and themes. Some styles include religious themes, as well as nature and floral themes. Templates, which will help you quickly and easily create a pamphlet, also are available in different software formats, such as Microsoft Word and Publisher. Be sure to choose a template in a software format that you are comfortable with using. For more design and layout ideas, check out our template gallery which gives several examples of finished pamphlets.
Templates are also available in a variety of paper sizes and layouts. A very common pamphlet size is 8 1/2" x 14" (legal) tri-fold. This size provides adequate room for personalized information and pictures. Pamphlets can also come in Bifold as well as Step and Graduated Fold Formats.
What to Include in a Memorial Pamphlet
Before creating your pamphlet, make sure you have all the information you will need. Common information included in a memorial pamphlet include the order of service (details of the funeral or memorial), obituary information, favorite songs, funeral poems, scriptures clipart and photos. Make sure you can edit your template properly and save your work frequently.
- Personal information about the deceased -- You will need to gather personal information such as birthdates, family member names and information, important milestone dates such as where your loved one was born, where they graduated, jobs and hobbies. This information will help you write the obituary or life sketch.
- Funeral or Memorial Service Information -- You will need to coordinate with church officials or funeral home personal to get specific information about the dates and times of the service as well as funeral order of service or memorial outline details. See our article on Funeral Order of Service for details on how to do this.
- Photos of the deceased -- Begin to gather photos and family pictures. You can email family, friends and relatives and have them send photos that they may have. You can also check social media and scan old photos that may be in the family house. Remember, if you are putting a cover photo on your pamphlet you will need a clean, clear photo of the deceased. You can also use these photos make beautiful memorial photo collages that can accent any funeral or memorial pamphlet.
- Decorative Elements -- To give you pamphlet a more personalized and professional look and feel, you may want to incorporate memorial clipart, frames for photos, flourishes, borders and other images.
With a little effort, you can create a beautiful, pamphlet that will help you cherish your loved one's memory for years to come.