Front cover of Gillians Order of Service booklet

In Loving Memory are a new small business offering bespoke Order of Service Funeral Booklets.

It’s not easy when we lose someone special and, at this time of grief, making arrangements can be difficult. In Loving Memory provide a unique service, advising and creating a beautiful Order of Service Funeral Booklet that is both personal and a fitting tribute to our loved ones that you will want to keep and treasure as a beautiful lasting memento.

The Challenge

Funerals are never easy occasions to attend or to organise. Pylon Design were asked to design and produce a bespoke, beautiful Order of Service Booklet to hand out to the guests at the funeral service for Gillian. Pylon Design always attempt to encourage a range of emotions through their booklets and create interesting talking points and historical facts about those who have recently passed away.

Gillian was full of life, an effervescent character who loved being outdoors and going for walks all over the country. She was a big rugby fan, particularly Scotland and went to watch them numerous times. She was also a fan of the Scottish group and brothers, The Proclaimers. Gillian loved going to the theatre, singing, film, gardening, reading, playing golf and she adored her blue electric mini. Pylon Design were asked to design a booklet in chronological order depicting Gill’s life from her early years to her latter ones.

The Solution

Throughout the booklet, Pylon Design used watercolour illustrations of flowers, including thistles linking to her Scottish heritage. The cover used a full bleed image of wild flowers blowing in the wind to represent her vibrant personality and her love of the outdoors. Images of her interests were positioned throughout the booklet adding a very personal insight into her life.

The look and feel of the Order of Service booklet represented the ‘bright and breezy’ nature of Gill. Pylon Design have created a beautiful booklet that family and friends can cherish forever, a fitting tribute and memory that Gill’s full and wonderful life deserved.

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