Celebrity funerals are as thought-out and full of pomp and circumstance as VIP weddings–and rightly so. People spend months and years styling big events in their life: weddings, birthdays, celebrations, etc. But what about their funeral?
Celebrity and royal weddings are internationally celebrated events, planned to the tee with no expense spared–and their funerals are just as fabulous, full of rich floral arrangements, parade send-offs and superstar appearances. While the over-the-top wedding trend has certainly caught on, with more elaborate ceremonies and receptions than ever before, real-life funerals have taken a back seat.
The ladies of Going Out in Style, a new, innovative business that celebrates life with a chic and meticulously planned send-off, are poised to change that.
According to their site, “Going Out In Style was founded on the belief that life at its ending deserves a grand exit. A phenomenal send-off. That one’s final celebration should be an expression of their individuality and honour all that they held sacred and loved in life.”
“A funeral should really be about what that person loved. If he or she liked a certain drink, type of music, food, whatever that thing may be– let’s do what that person loved. Let’s really celebrate who they were and at least feel happy that we are doing the things that our loved one enjoyed the most in life. We want to create moments that the person who passed would love to see–like all of their friends, gathered around and sharing warm memories of them and drinking their favourite scotch.” – CLICK HERE for a full version of this article.
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eziFunerals supports individuals and families cope with end of life decisions, death and funerals. We are an independent, Australian-owned and operated company, and are not a subsidiary of any other corporation. We do not conduct funerals and we are not part of any other funeral company.