How to Design Your Headstone Online

by Amanda Harrell
Designing your headstone lets you control how you want to be remembered.

Designing your headstone lets you control how you want to be remembered.

Designing your own headstone online can help you decide how you want people to remember you. There are many choices with regard to color and wording that you can choose from. You can do anything from a traditional headstone to something comedic. Designing your headstone or a loved one's headstone does not have to be a morbid experience. It is helpful to think of headstones as a representation of a life lived well.

Headstones and Memorials

Go to Headstones and Memorials, listed below in the References section.

Choose the color that you find most suitable for the headstone.

Select the thickness of the stone.

Choose what font you want used on the headstone insrcription.

Add names, dates and endearments that describe you or your loved one that you are designing the headstone for.

Select a graphic border and graphics to further personalize your headstone.

Finalize and submit your order.

Design Your Headstone

Go to Design Your Headstone, which can be found below in the References section.

Select the size and color you want for your headstone.

Choose your favorite design layout and artwork to be inscribed. Be sure the pick something that would be meaningful to you or your loved one.

Enter lettering information, such as names, dates and other information which you want on the headstone.

Finalize and submit your order.

Everlife Memorials

Go to Everlife Memorials, which is listed below in the References section.

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Visit our Selection of Headstones".

Choose a design that you like.

Select the size and color and enter personalizations.

Finalize and submit your order.

Items you will need

  • Computer
  • Credit Card

About the Author

Amanda Harrell began her journey as writer in 2010. She writes for various online publications, bringing expertise in a variety of fields, especially the women's health field. Harrell has a Bachelor of the Arts in criminal justice from Temple University.

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