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Pet Memorial Wording Ideas

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Making your pet memorial personalised can be a wonderful way to show how much you love and miss them, and also to remember their unique character and personality. Below are some inscription & wording ideas for your pet’s memorial. Note them down and add them to your order, mix and match them or use these ideas to come up with your own.

 

Memorial Plaque Introduction Inscription Ideas

In Memory Of

In Loving Memory

Precious Memories Of

Happy Memories Of

Special Memories Of

In Remembrance Of

My Gorgeous Boy / Girl

Our Beautiful Boy / Girl

Treasured Memories Of

Dearest Memories Of

Remembering Our Dear

Memorial Plaque Date Styles

10.01.2008 – 15.11.2018

10th January 2008 – 15th November 2018

2008 – 2018

Who left us on

15 November 2018

Who Passed Away 15.11.2018

Departed This Life 15th November 2018

Memorial Plaque Ending Inscription Ideas

Sleep Peacefully

In Our Hearts Forever

Forever in our Hearts

Too beautiful for earth

Much Loved & Missed

Our Special Friend

Miss you little man.

Our Beloved Friend

Always In Our Thoughts

Forever In Our Hearts

Always In Our Hearts

Forever Loved, Never Forgotten

In Our Hearts Forever

Much Loved Never Forgotten

Forever Missed

Never Forgotten

My Best Friend

Our Best Friend

My/Our Wonderful Companion

Our Faithful, Loyal And Loving Companion

Our Best Friend

You Left A Path Of Beautiful Memories

You Left A Path Of Happy Memories

Forever Remembered & Forever Missed

Best Friend And Loving Companion

Dearly Loved, Sadly Missed

Loved By All

Always In Our Hearts And Minds

Our Best Friend, Never Forgotten

Missed & Loved, But Never Forgotten

A Loyal Friend

A Loyal Companion

Loyal And Faithful Friends

Always By Our Side Wherever We May Go

You Left Paw Prints On Our Hearts

Loved and Missed

Always by our side

Our Handsome Boy

We will love you always

Always Remembered, Sadly Missed

Memorial Plaque Verse Ideas

A Piece of our Hearts, Is Now in Heaven,
Always Remembered, Our Faithful Companion

If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever.

Forever in our hearts,
and remembered with love

A much loved friend who brought
such joy and will be sadly missed.

Our Lovely Girl
Always in our Hearts & Thoughts

You Left Paw Prints, All Over our Hearts

Our Darling Boy
We will treasure your memory Forever

Gone yet not forgotten,
although we are apart,
your spirit lives within me,
forever in my heart.

You left your
Paw Prints on my / our Heart(s)

Those we love don’t go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.

Our Little Piece of Heaven
Always in Our Hearts

Our best friend
Never forgotten,
we will always love you

In our home for X years,
But in our Hearts Forever

If tears could build a stairway
And memories a lane,
I’d walk right up to Heaven
And bring you home again.

Thank you for all the happiness
that you have given our family.
Forever in Our Hearts.

Loyal and trusted friend
your presence we miss
your memory we treasure.

Remembered Always
A Loyal & Special Friend

Always in our hearts
Always in our thoughts
Never to be forgotten

Our Faithful Friend
We will hold you in our
hearts forever

Such a special character
Cherished and sadly missed
Remembered Always
A Loyal & Special Friend

A Loving & Loyal Companion

Our Special Girl
Gone but not forgotten
Always in Our Thoughts

 

We hope this has helped with your plaque inscriptions and given you some guidance along the way during this difficult time

If we can help with your memorial, please visit   http://www.heavenlymemorialdesigns.com.au

xo Heavenly Memorial Designs xo 

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Surviving Mother’s Day

Surving Mothers Day

 

Mother’s Day can be a wonderful day to spend with family and show your Mother how much you appreciate what she does for you. And for those out there with their own young children, it is a day where you can enjoy opening gifts that your child has made at school or day care, breakfast in bed and big hugs & kisses from happy little faces.

But for others, like many women I am close with in my life, it is just a BIG reminder that another year has passed without having their own children.

Without the baby you lost that you wanted so much…
Without meeting a little human who is part of you…

Without being delivered breakfast in bed by happy faces with sticky fingers…
Without your husband thanking you for making him a dad…
Without that ‘complete’ feeling you get deep inside when you look at your growing family…

Feeling like this when you wake up on Mother’s Day can be heart breaking, and if you are anything like me when something is wrong, can make you feel like hiding from the world and pretending it isn’t happening. Surviving Mother’s Day through pregnancy loss can be a hard and isolating thing.

I have sat and held the hand of someone close to me while she was told her baby had no heartbeat. The pain is real, it is heartbreaking and it stays with you long after your babies life ends.

With statistics like up to 25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage & there are 6 stillborn babies everyday in Australia, it is important to show we care and show some understanding to these women on Mother’s Day. So in the spirit of helping another woman going through this and feeling like this, below I have listed some tips and ideas on how to survive Mother’s Day through pregnancy loss this year.

  • Light a candle in memory of your child. Think of them when you light it and you will closer to them and it will bring you some comfort.
  • Visit their resting place, or a place that is special. Talk to them like they can hear you, read them a story or a letter.
  • Write a letter to your baby.
  • Do an activity or hobby that you love. Lose yourself in the activity and switch your mind off to the rest of the world. My favourites are bush walking, colouring in or reading a good book.
  • Buy a gift that would suit a child of a similar age to yours. Donate this gift to a charity.
  • Set up a memorial in your home or garden for your child. A plaque, candles, photo frame or a memorial river stone are all lovely way to pay tribute and your remember your child.
  • Talk to family or friends about how you are feeling. Speak your child’s name. Tell them about your hopes and wishes for the future, this can help in dealing with the past.
  • Cancel your plans – if you wake up on Mother’s Day and find it is too hard to go through with your plans with family, cancel them. It is important to look after yourself first. Spend the day doing some of the things listed above instead. It is ok to take time to yourself.

For those looking to add an at home memorial, here is the link to our beautiful Infant & Pregnancy Loss products

https://www.heavenlymemorialdesigns.com.au/shop/

For anyone struggling this Mother’s Day, please reach out to the appropriate organisations for help.

http://www.pregnancylossaustralia.org.au/

http://www.pregnancybirthbaby.org.au/

http://stillbirthfoundation.org.au/