2. Memorial bench
Another personal way to mark the place of a loved one’s scattered ashes is by requesting a memorial bench. If you wish to place the bench in a public place such as a park or a seaside promenade, you will need to request this through the local council. Depending on the location, this may not be possible. However, if it is, a memorial bench can be a beautiful way to remember your loved ones and connect with them by visiting the place where they rest. Alternatively, consider getting a memorial bench with a plaque for your own garden, so you can enjoy it every day.
3. Lay flowers
Laying flowers at the place where you have spread a loved one’s ashes is a perfect way to remember them and mark the location. However, if you wish to do this at a nature reserve, you will need to place local flowers without any plastic wrap around them to ensure they biodegrade and don’t stand out against the natural backdrop. Laying flowers each time you visit the spot will help you connect with your loved one and pay your respects.
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