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Putting the fun in a funeral live stream

Tim lived a colourful, impressive and fun life and he decided he’d like his farewell to be the same. Family and friends at his memorial ceremony were treated to some very special funeral fireworks as Tim’s ashes were sent skywards. How about that for really going out with a bang and putting the fun in a funeral live stream?

A fireworks display in Sydney shown in a funeral live stream

When someone passes away, there are several options for what can be done with their ashes.


This involves scattering the ashes in a place that was special to the deceased or that they had requested. Furthermore, this can be done in a public or private location, such as in a garden, at sea, or in a favourite park.

Cremation jewellery

Some people choose to have a small amount of their loved one’s ashes incorporated into jewellery. For example, this could be a pendant or a ring, so they can keep their loved one close.

Memorial art

This is when ashes are incorporated into artwork or glass, creating a unique memorial piece. Obviously this makes a very memorable tribute.


Because ashes can be placed in an urn, they can be displayed in the home. Additionally they can be buried in a cemetery or special location.

Funeral fireworks

Ashes To Ashes offers a unique yet personal way to commemorate the loss of a loved one by scattering their cremated ashes high into the sky by way of a beautiful and spectacular fireworks display.

Undeniably it’s an unforgettable moment of reflection. Without a doubt it’s never forgotten, as sadness and grief are replaced by wonderment and celebration, particularly as the journey towards closure begins.

Going out with a bang

Tim’s memorial was live streamed by CeremonyCast. It was held at Little Bay overlooking a golf course. When the ceremony ended, guests headed outside to the balcony for an amazing display of fireworks which CeremonyCast live streamed to those watching online. Without doubt it was a truly fitting way to farewell a much-loved friend and family member. And it was all in keeping with his wishes too.

Sending skywards during the funeral live stream

Undoubtedly, fireworks are a popular choice because they are celebratory and can create a beautiful visual display in the sky. The ashes are typically mixed with the fireworks powder and then incorporated into the construction of the firework.

Want to find out more? You can contact Ashes to Ashes here.

The importance of a funeral live stream

A funeral live stream can be important for many reasons. Live streaming a funeral allows people who are unable to attend in person to still participate and be part of the ceremony. This could include family members and friends who live far away, are physically unable to travel, or have other commitments that prevent them from attending. It ensures that they can still be present virtually and pay their respects.

A live stream enables a wider audience to be part of the funeral service. It allows friends, colleagues, and acquaintances of the deceased to join the ceremony, even if they were not part of the immediate family or close circle of friends. It promotes inclusivity and gives everyone who knew the person an opportunity to say goodbye.

Funerals are often important for the grieving process, providing comfort and closure for those who have lost a loved one. Live streaming the event allows people to share their grief and support one another, even if they cannot be physically present. It creates a virtual community where individuals can express their condolences, offer words of comfort, and share memories, providing emotional support during a challenging time.

In an increasingly digital age, live streaming technology has become more accessible and prevalent. It allows families to utilize modern tools to honor and remember their loved ones. Live streaming a funeral can be seen as a way to adapt to these technological advancements and make the most of the available resources.

Recording a funeral through live streaming provides a lasting record of the event. This can be valuable for family members and future generations who may want to revisit the ceremony or learn more about their family history. It preserves the memories and allows for the documentation of rituals, eulogies, and other aspects of the funeral for posterity.

It’s important to note that the decision to live stream a funeral is a personal one and should be made based on the preferences and wishes of the deceased and their immediate family. Some people may prefer a more private or intimate ceremony, while others may embrace the idea of a broader virtual audience.

This article was first published on the CeremonyCast funeral live stream website. Contact their team to ask about a funeral live stream in Sydney and beyond.

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