5+ Funeral Stationery Examples & Templates [Download Now]


The emotional impact of losing someone you care about can be a burden to carry around. It’s a sad reality that you have to deal with at different points of your life. Despite how difficult it is to overcome, there’s still a lot that needs to be done to properly lay a person to rest. Making the necessary funeral arrangements can take up much of your time and energy, which is why it’s highly advisable to use various stationery templates to create the funeral materials.

Funeral Stationery Examples & Templates

1. Customizable Funeral Booklet

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Booklets are often used during funerals to inform guests about the flow of the event. It may contain information about the funeral including a short biography of the deceased. A booklet is usually preferred over a funeral flyer due to the amount of space it carries to write a copy. A collage of images may also be added to feature the memories that were shared with family and friends. By doing so, you can pay tribute to a loved one with a sense of positivity as opposed to sorrow. This will allow guests to keep the booklet as a memory that they can cherish for the rest of time. If you want to do the same, this customizable funeral booklet can be edited to meet your standards. It’s best to use a template due to the time constraints that come with making the funeral arrangements.

2. Funeral Death Notice

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Losing someone dear to you is never easy, it’s even worse when you’re given the responsibility to make this announcement to those who were a part of the person’s life. One way to inform others about one’s passing is through a funeral notice. Using the notice to make a death announcement is a common practice that people do to make sure their message reaches its intended audience in the quickest way possible. This is usually displayed in public areas such as community centers and town halls to attract attention. Apart from a simple design, the notice must also be easy to read so viewers can grasp the content of the notice without much trouble.

3. Funeral Service Planner

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Unlike house parties and holiday events, planning a funeral service can be twice as stressful due to the number of tasks that need to be settled before a specified date. The best way to stay organized during these hectic days is to use a planner. This will help you cover the specifics of the funeral service to make sure you don’t forget anything important. This includes the agenda of the funeral, the tools and the equipment to be prepared, and the people who will play a part in the service. Using a planner can help reduce stress and anxiety levels that come when planning something major in a short span of time. It can also be very fulfilling to cross out items on your to-do list as you productively prepare for the funeral service.

4. Personalized Funeral Bookmark

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We often talk about how nice it would be to have something that will remind us of a late family member or friend. Thankfully, you don’t need to spend a significant sum of money on a token, as a simple bookmark would be enough to honor someone who made a big impact on your life. The great thing about bookmarks is how easy they are to carry around, not to mention how inexpensive it is to produce. Designing a personalized funeral bookmark is even easier with the help of the template above. Simply edit the pre-made copy of the template and modify it with your own words. That way, you and your guests can keep one’s memory alive for as long as time grants you.

5. Special Funeral Prayer Card

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The power of prayer is something we can’t deny. In many religious beliefs and practices, prayers are raised to help guide the souls of those who have departed in hopes that they may reunite with the Creator. Although there are different prayers written for all kinds of ceremonies, they are not always familiar to guests. Thus, prayer cards are often distributed to guests during the funeral and memorial service for reference. This will allow guests to participate in the ceremony with the right presence of mind. Feel free to use the template above as a basis to make your own funeral prayer card.

6. Vintage Funeral Card

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Shown above is a prime example of a funeral card that was made in memory of a deceased loved one. The funeral card appears simple yet formal enough to use during a funeral service. It even contains a short prayer that guests can say to pay their respects to the person and to the family of the deceased. Cards like these are sometimes distributed during vigils to guide those who might want to actively participate in the service. While the appearance of your card shouldn’t be a big deal, it’s always best to choose something pleasing enough to pay homage to the ceremony.

Preparing the materials required for one’s funeral service can waste a lot of your time. So to help you focus on other funeral arrangements that need the most attention, you can always use the templates above as an efficient alternative.

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