Writing a memorable memorial dedication for someone’s memorial headstone or plaque can be very difficult to do. Even people who are good with words can struggle when it comes to writing inscriptions and verses for a loved one when the time actually comes. We have put together some tips and advice for you on how to word a dedication, which should help you on your way.
Once you know what size plaque you have got or the maximum amount of words you can use, you can then go about thinking what you want to say. If the person deceased did not leave any thoughts on their own epitaph then you will have to work out which is most suitable. Getting together with family and friends can help you get a picture of what you think they would like to written and of course what family and friends would like it to say.
Ay, I don't mean to be all insensitive and er'thang, but he owned me some scratch. Who can I collect from?
Dude, that was tasteless.
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