There’s nothing more painful in life than seeing your loved one being prepared for his/her funeral. It’s like when the body of the departed one is still there during the wake, it makes things a little bit bearable to say the least but when it’s to bury or cremate the body, then that’s the only time when you will say that “He’s/she’s gone,” because you will never get to see the body of your departed loved one. Now, let’s say you have a family member who passed away in Sydney, Australia. First things first, you need a team of trained funeral directors in Sydney who have years’ worth of experience in managing and facilitating all kinds of funerals in aide of honouring the spirit of the departed one. In addition to this, they will take care of everything for the family of the departed one from the choice of the casket, the refreshments that are going to be served for the visitors during the wake and the burial itself and, even to the transportation needs of guests from the funeral parlour to the burial site. They can also work on funeral theme that was desired by the departed one for a more meaningful funeral.
If you cannot a funeral due to some valid reasons that you may have, some funeral directors in Sydney and in other parts of the world are now setting up live streaming for those who can’t attend the actual funeral. This is a rising trend in the industry right now and is still growing in a fast rate. According to figures that were gathered last October of 2016, there is one out of five crematoriums have been offering live streaming during funerals. Although this service is considered as morbid or immoral by some, one in 3 millennials would be satisfied if they could watch the funeral of someone who passed away via live streaming. This process is very much simple. The funeral parlour will set-up a discreet video camera to film everything that is happening during the funeral which is being broadcasted on a website that is protected by a password for those who will not be able to attend.