Discount Cremation Urns

Memorials don't have to be expensive

A cremation urn doesn't have to be a great expense. Some urns are actually very affordable for people who don't wish to spend a lot of money on a memorial. Some people might think that shopping for a discount urn is being cheap, but choosing a lower-priced memorial can be a very suitable tribute to someone who believed in frugality and value over pageantry.

When you're selecting an urn, you have to keep in mind both the deceased and their family. You may find that the deceased has already arranged for an urn, since cremation is typically decided upon with a pre-planned funeral.

If you're so inclined, you could try your hand at making your own urn. If you're preparing for your own funeral you can take the time to decide what type of urn you'd like and put it all together. There are a number of online sites that can provide you with direction, or you can be creative and come up with something yourself. While there is a specific 'look' for traditional urns, there's no limit to the different forms a personalized urn can take.

Some types of metal urns, such as those made of brass, are quite affordable. You can also find wood urns that are less expensive. Wood urns are great for burial because they biodegrade quickly. If you're looking for a decorative or keepsake urn, you'll want to buy one made of more durable material. 

Biodegradable Discount Urns

Some people may want a biodegradable urn because they like to be as close to nature as possible. The use of a biodegradable urn - not only more environmentally friendly, but also less expensive - is one way to help capture the essence of someone who loved the planet and wanted to tread on it lightly.

Biodegradable urns can even be as affordable as a simple paper bag that will disintegrate within days or weeks. If you or the deceased feels that this is a proper mode of honoring the deceased, then you should take this type of urn into consideration.

There are also biodegradable cremation urns made of special clay, which disintegrates within minutes of burial when water is added.

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