For as long as humans existed, death ceremonies have been held. In the modern age, this tradition has been passed down through different forms across different cultures. One such tradition is the conduct of a funeral or memorial service. And to organize these events, funeral brochures are necessary. Learn how to create them through this thorough guide where we also showcase examples of downloadable brochure templates.
Funeral brochures serve multiple functions depending on the kind of funeral event that is held. They can be used to provide information about the deceased person’s life, talents, and achievements. It can also be used to list down the different micro-events that will occur prior to the burial or cremation ceremony.
Shared below is a general guide on how to create funeral brochures that can be applied to making whatever kind of brochure you are making. Read and study the steps well.
Whether you intend to create a multi-page or one-page brochure for a funeral event, your first task is still to write down all the information and event details that you wish to include on the brochure. For example, if you need to create a funeral program, you will need to create a timeline of the micro-events and list down the venue of each event.
Next, you should choose a simple brochure theme and layout design. The design theme should coincide with the deceased person’s personality and/or the family’s preferences. Most of the time, people will go for a professional and clean design.
After that, you should choose a printable funeral brochure template that matches the design theme and layout arrangement that you have chosen earlier. We have included multiple examples in this article so you may choose from any of those printable templates.
Once you have downloaded the template design of your choice, you should begin editing the template. Replace image placeholders with the deceased person’s photos. Use high-resolution photos. Also, double-check all the funeral event details for their accuracy.
Lastly, save the funeral brochure template file and start printing the template. If you are printing a few copies, you may use your home or office printer. But if you intend to print hundreds of copies, it may be best to utilize commercial printing services.
You have reached the end of this brochure-making guide. Apply all these steps and you will have sensitively designed funeral brochures soon. For more design tips, check out the rest of our website.
Shown below are multiple funeral brochure templates in MS Word, Publisher, PSD, Illustrator, InDesign, and Apple Pages file formats. Choose the template design that best suits the family’s and/or the deceased’s preferences.
Nothing beats a cheerful funeral brochure design like the Funeral A4 Bi-Fold Brochure Template shown above. Do away with neutral colors as they reinforce the deceased’s family’s and the attendees’ grief. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with grieving for a person who passed away. But, if a simple funeral brochure template design can bring a sense of lightness or relief from the grief, then there’s no harm creating them.
Funerals tend to be solemn and, often, sad events. That is why planning for a funeral or memorial service needs to be nuanced and respectful. To do this, you can start by creating appropriate event brochures sporting designs like the one shown in the Memorial Service Funeral Brochure pictured above. Just edit the template’s placeholders and you will be off to a good start in organizing the event.
Looking for a professional yet personality-filled brochure design? Look no farther than the Modern Funeral Brochure Template (embedded above). With modern brochure template, you can include details like the list of micro-events that will occur leading up to the actual burial or cremation of the deceased.
Choose the Elegant Funeral Trifold Brochure Template (shown above) for its print-ready and high-resolution image files. It is best printed on US Letter-sized paper and then folded twice make a tri-fold brochure. You may also change the default color combination used in this template design.
Another organized brochure design for funerals is the Bi-fold Funeral Brochure Template (embedded above). It is a fully editable template file in CYMK color mode and with a 300 DPI image resolution. This means that all images, text, and graphic design elements used in this graphic template will print out well.
The Catholic Funeral Bi-fold Brochure Template (pictured above) is specifically designed and worded for Catholic funeral ceremonies. The template mockup above uses a pink color theme but feel free to change this according to the family’s preferences or the deceased’s end-of-life directives.
Need a more compact funeral brochure design? The Funeral Brochure Template (shown above) may be the right one for your event. This blank trifold brochure template is best printed on US Letter Size paper with the three panels folded to create a tri-fold effect.
As its name implies the Funeral Brochure for Army Military (embedded above) is best used for the memorial services of those who have died in service. As a Photoshop and MS Word template file, make sure that you have the right software program installed on your computer prior to editing.
The main advantage of the Purple Floral Funeral Program Brochure Template (pictured above) is its use of a solid color scheme and organized layout. This allows end-users to share information about the memorial services without worrying about the suitability of the obituary bifold brochure design.
Instead of focusing on the negative side of things, funerals and wakes should center around the life lived by the deceased. Using the Simple Bi-Fold Funeral Brochure Template (pictured above) can be a good way to showcase an exuberant and fulfilled life. It features beautiful floral and butterfly illustrations combined with colorful cursive typefaces. This half-fold brochure template is best printed on A4 paper or cardstock.
The Selfie Funeral Program Brochure Template (featured above) is an 8-page PSD template file that you can fully edit to include the deceased’s portrait on the cover page. And due to its lengthy page count, this template may be used as a program template where event planners can write down and explain all the wake and funeral details more thoroughly.