“That’s what life is all about: remembering someone and smiling.”

– Minnie Pearl

Obit-Book Templates

We have Obit-Books templates ready to incorporate an obituary plus a selection of photographs, creating an accessible and meaningful way to honour a loved one. The obit-book templates can easily incorporate a funeral/celebration of life program on the back cover.


Every human being is unique, and for many people a template is not what reflects who they are. We can create a custom designed obit-book that incorporates an individual’s personality and style. Obit-books help people commemorate their loved one’s life with a memorable, affordable and unique keepsake.

“This is a treasure that family and friends will enjoy for years as we remember the life of a man who inspired so many. Thank you for the passion, kindness and loving support that you demonstrated throughout our painful journey. It will always be appreciated.”

– Allan Lamb

Check out our Visual Blog…

We love sharing stories and our Visual Blog is full of tips about how to collect those precious life memories.

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