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Choosing the Right Urn for a Funeral

One important thing to consider when choosing a funeral urn for ashes is the size of the urn, and that will depend on what you choose to do with the cremains. Keep in mind that no urn will be too big; an urn can only be too small. All our funeral urns are sized in cubic inches. A general rule to go by is that 1 pound of healthy weight will equate to 1 cubic inch. So, if your departed loved one had a healthy weight of 140 pounds, you will need an urn that is 140 cubic inches, or larger.

If you need additional help with finding the correct size, you can read our sizing guide, how to select the right size cremation urn.

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One important thing to consider when choosing a funeral urn for ashes is the size of the urn, and that will depend on what you choose to do with the cremains. Keep in mind that no urn will be too big; an urn can only be too small. All our funeral urns are sized in cubic inches. A general rule to go by is that 1 pound of healthy weight will equate to 1 cubic inch. So, if your departed loved one had a healthy weight of 140 pounds, you will need an urn that is 140 cubic inches, or larger.

Choosing the Right Urn for a Funeral