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Share a beautiful funeral announcement
Easily share funeral details with friends and family, and keep track of who is planning to attend. Completely free.
How it works
1. You share the information you wish
We'll guide you through adding information, including an obituary, funeral details, family, photos, memorial gift preferences and more. Almost everything is optional.
2. You can send out invites
Everything you share will live on a custom website just for your loved one. You can send out matching email invites and share the link with others via email, text, Facebook and more.
3. People can respond
Friends and family members can RSVP if you'd like, share their photos and memories, and be notified of any new updates or changes.
Everything that's included on your free website
Choose which features you'd like to use.
Publish an obituary ❤ Share funeral information ❤ Collect funeral RSVPs
Share a funeral livestream ❤ Post a note to friends and family
Receive photos, videos and messages ❤ Collect funeral donations
Suggest donations to a charity ❤ Let people send you flowers
Send thank you notes ❤ Share family of the deceased ❤ Build a life timeline
Share their favorite things ❤ Answer others’ questions ❤ Acknowledge caregivers
Add other memorial co-managers ❤ & more
- Publish an obituary
- Share funeral information
- Collect funeral RSVPs
- Share a funeral livestream
- Post a note to friends and family
- Receive photos, videos and messages
- Collect funeral donations
- Suggest donations to a charity
- Let people send you flowers
- Send thank you notes
- Share family of the deceased
- Build a life timeline
- Share their favorite things
- Answer others’ questions
- Acknowledge caregivers
- Add other memorial co-managers
- & more
Create a website
Additional premium features
Just $49.95 for the first month and $4.95/month after that.
Require a password to view ❤ Control who can post
Remove other Ever Loved links ❤ & more
- Require a password to view
- Control who can post
- Remove other Ever Loved links
- & more
The easiest way to make a memorial announcement
Spread the word
Make sure everyone knows how to take part in the funeral. Publish event information online and send out a beautiful email announcement.
Make it personal
Go beyond a basic invitation. It's simple to add multiple events, collect meaningful photos and stories, share an obituary, and more.
Ever Loved helps you keep track of who you've invited and who's attending, so you can focus on what matters instead of worrying about logistics.
Why create an online funeral announcement?
Now more than ever, a person's friends and family are spread out across the country and around the world. By sharing a funeral announcement online, you can easily make sure that everyone is kept in the loop and knows how to participate.
Ever Loved's online invitation and RSVP tools also make it simple to know how many people are able to attend, so you can plan accordingly.
Plus, it's completely free.
How to create a funeral announcement on Ever Loved
Share key information
Create a memorial website for your loved one. Add key identifying information such as name, birthday, and a photo. You can also choose to share an obituary, if you'd like.
Add details for any funeral events
Enter the time, location and any other helpful information for each funeral event you have planned. Friends and family with the link will be able to see the event information and RSVP.
Share with friends and family
You can share the link to the event page directly (for example, you may want to post it on Facebook) or send use our invitation tool to send out beautiful email invitations with the details.
Create a funeral announcement
Help everyone honor your loved one by sharing a funeral announcement.
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