Funerals are usually done to honor a person who has passed on. Some cultures would take it as something to be mourned because of the fact that the attendees have lost someone who is close to them and they won’t be able to see the deceased again. However, others would take it more positively knowing that the deceased has left their temporary body and will join the Creator where they can live happily for all eternity.
A brochure is a promotional booklet or a folded paper intended to introduce a company, products, or services to the public. These are either placed inside newspapers or on top of counters or tables for the people to pick out, or it can also be distributed personally. Brochures usually contain information of the products offered by the company and also the benefits that can be gained from these products. For other brochure template for other types of events, check out our collection of Event Brochures.
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Interesting and Unique Facts about Funerals
- In 1829, Dr. Johann Gottfried Taberger invented the safety or security coffin, which included a bell to be rung by the occupant inside the coffin to alert graveyard workers if the former is being buried alive.
- Before the 20th century, some wealthy European families would hire professional mourners to mourn with them during funeral ceremonies.
- Somewhere in Hattiesburg, Mississipi, there is a small cemetery within the premises of an apartment building’s parking lot.
- The flowers placed at the grave of the deceased were originally intended to bring good will to the spirit of the dead.
- In an Irish wake, loud music is played, believing that it would keep evil spirits away, and at the same time, it also presented an opportunity to watch over the dead to see if he/she would wake up.
Tips on Designing a Brochure
- Design the cover page well that it can effectively attract the attention of the reader quickly.
- Use high-quality paper and print on the best settings or, better yet, have your brochures professionally printed.
- Don’t forget to proofread before starting to print copies of your brochure.
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- These brochure templates were selected from among thousands of the best ones all over the Internet and were designed by creative graphic artists from all around the world.
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Steps on how to use our templates
- Access our website on your web browser, then search for the brochure template that you wish to use.
- For easier navigation, click on the magnifying glass icon found on the upper right-hand corner of the page and type the title or part of the template’s title.
- Download it by clicking on the green Download button underneath the template’s thumbnail and save it on your computer.
- Open the template file on your preferred editing software so you can start the editing phase
- After editing it, save it back on to your computer as the finished product.
For even more funeral-themed brochure templates, you may want to check our other collection of Funeral Service Brochures.