Eco-Friendly Memorial Stationery From Passages International, Inc.

June 17, 2011
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We’ve all come to realize that client families like options. They are looking for new ideas and cutting-edge products. With that in mind, Passages is excited to offer an addition to your line of stationery sets.

Families are also impressed to find different ways to incorporate Green options into the planning of their own or a loved one’s funeral service and burial. Recycling and preserving the environment has become a way of life throughout the country. It’s only natural that these habits continue through the funeral process. Passages International recognizes that there are shades of green, and degrees to which people are environmentally conscious.

“Our handmade paper memorial stationery adds a nice touch to any service. We created a design specific to each gender. The masculine set is offset with an embossed fern and we’ve added a colorful floral display to the feminine set.” says Darren Crouch, president of Passages International. “The sets are so unique that they appeal to families whether or not they incorporate other environmentally-friendly elements into the service.”

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The memorial stationery sets designed by Passages provide the unique and eco-friendly alternative to traditional funeral stationery that many families desire these days. Each stationery item is handmade from sustainable materials using a centuries-old paper-making technique. The process requires no trees to be cut down. All floral materials are real and inlaid by hand to create an attractive design for the books and frames.

Passages’ memorial sets include everything needed for a meaningful memorial service, all neatly packaged into a convenient, handmade box. Additional items may be purchased separately for families. Set includes:

  • Memorial Guest Book
  • Memorial Parchment Paper and Envelopes
  • Order of Service Cards
  • Healing Aromatherapy Sticks & Decorative Holder
  • Photo Album
  • Photo Frame

Passages International, Inc. is the leading supplier of green and eco-friendly funeral products. Since 1999, it has pioneered the funeral industry with innovative and environmentally-friendly urns, caskets and memorial products. Made from several different sustainable materials, Passages provides urns for water and earth burial, as well as for scattering. The eco-friendly, woven caskets are used for cremation or burial and are available in sizes for adults, children and infants.

For more information on Passages’ biodegradable product lines and to see photos of all products, visit www.PassagesInternational.com, email amwehr@passagesinternational.com, or call (888) 480-6400.

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