Losing the people that we love would be the most painful experience we could ever have. However, they still do deserve a decent funeral. Introducing our instantly downloadable, printable, and editable, Catholic funeral service templates with high-quality images ensuring a decent burial for your departed loved ones. Templates.net  Pro cares for you, your feelings, and your loved ones; that's why we create well-designed and ready-made funeral brochure templates that are available in (US) 8.5×11, (A4) 8.27×11.69 inches + Bleed and in all file formats, yours to keep forever! These templates also have designed front and back making your brochure comprehensive. Hurry and utilize these templates to ensure you give a decent memorial program for your departed loved ones.

Whenever you want to make a Catholic funeral plan, Catholic funeral pro/catholic-funeral booklet, Catholic funeral card, or Roman Catholic funeral cards, all you are aiming for is to honor the death of the deceased. Part of giving a decent funeral is to create a funeral program that respects and ensures the memorial of the deceased.

A funeral service is typically done with an open casket, with played melancholic hymns, funeral eulogies, and readings. However, a funeral can also be closed casket, or with an urn present especially when cremation is chosen.

How to Create a Catholic Funeral Service Brochure

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A funeral may be held in a church, graveside, or outdoors; the important thing is that there is a visually pleasing brochure made as a form of courtesy to both the departed and the sympathizers (program attendees). Keep reading and be guided accordingly on how to make an appropriate funeral service brochure.

1. Gather Details

Gather the informational details of the deceased including his full name; dates of birth and death; time, place, and date of funeral and burial; surviving family members; and the funeral officiant. In addition, you should also include the full name of the person delivering the eulogy, titles, and artists of the song played or sung, and references to any readings or poems. You may also include photographs and a brief biography of the deceased, as well as the sentiments of gratitude from the family to guests.

2. Plan Your Funeral Service

The first thing to consider in planning a funeral service is a fitting location conducive for the solemnity of the event. Second is choosing a good speaker, can be a family member or a very close friend. It is also important to consider music. According to funeralbasics.org, music is a great way to honor the life of a loved one. Therefore, good music can also maintain the solemnity as well as a decent funeral for the deceased. And of course, foods, drinks, guest lists, and thank-you cards should be included on the list.

3. Create a Funeral Program

The program should contain a cover photo and background graphics, service outline, poems, and memorial photo collages. Include a funeral program cover, may it be the photo of the deceased, program details, such as the title of the funeral program and the officiant. This should also include details about the details on the order of service, sequence of the events in the program, written obituary, and for sure a comprehensive list of the surviving family members.

4. Choose a Compatible Software or Template

Adobe Illustrator, SmartDraw, Apple iWorks, Microsoft Publisher, or other desktop publishing software can help you create a bifold or trifold program layout. You may also download beautifully designed and ready-made templates from template.net Pro. Whatever template you utilize, make sure you choose the ones with graphics that are elegantly designed and with visual elements that emphasize Catholicism; a cross, a rosary, or an angel on the upper corners of the brochure will do.

5. Compile Your Program

Lastly, make sure the program layout or outline is read the same order as the funeral service. Add images and fonts that are visually appealing; perhaps, choose the ones that will stimulate sadness to the readers like gray, white, black, or beige with the photo of the deceased.

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