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Unleash your imagination

Work with our design experts to create a personal and meaningful tribute.

Choose to modify one of our existing designs, start from scratch, or use one as inspiration.

Design options include Picture Caskets, Ashes Caskets, Pet Caskets, and Scattertubes.

Image by Kelly Sikkema

Starting your design

Designing a casket can be daunting with so many options.

Start with a basic concept and expand on it, focusing on what is meaningful to the individual.

Here are some ideas to consider.


Colours, creating a harmonious look.


Select colors that evoke memories or emotions associated with the individual, or choose colors that represent their favorite things or personality traits.



Consider adding textures that reflect the person's interests and heritage.


Examples include the texture of a garden fence for someone who loves gardening, or a paua shell or harakeke texture to acknowledge their culture.


A wide range of materials are available, including wood, metal, fabric, stone, etc.



Capture the essence of a life through meaningful imagery.


This can include sports, hobbies, interests, passions, life milestones, and more.


Personal photographs also make a touching addition to the design.


The process of choosing photos with family and friends can also provide a sense of healing.



Add a personal touch to your design with names, dates, jokes, lyrics, poems, or quotes.


Choose from thousands of fonts to express your personality through the text.


The option to write directly on the casket is also available.

Image by Kelly Sikkema

No Surprises

A 3D preview of your design is shared with you, showing all angles in lifelike detail, throughout the process.


This allows for real-time adjustments to be made, ensuring your satisfaction with the final outcome.

Your wishes

Share your vision with our designers by providing a clear and concise brief.


For example: "I want red roses on a white wooden casket with a ribbon wrapped around the middle. On the lid, I want the name 'Jolene' and on the head, a photo of her."

Feel free to include any images that hold special significance for you and your loved one to be incorporated into the design.

Image by Leone Venter

Need Help?

Our goal is to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible, while providing guidance every step of the way.

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