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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. A custom website is created just for you
Everything you share will live on a custom website just for your loved one. You can share the page with others, and they can find it themselves using online search.
3. Everyone can contribute
Friends and family can post their own photos and memories of your loved one, receive notifications of updates, reach out to the family and more.
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
Personalize color scheme ❤ 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
- Personalize color scheme
- & more
Create a website
Additional premium features
One-time fee of $199.99. Try it first with a 24-hour free trial.
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
A great way to remember a beautiful life
Anyone can post a photo or story to someone's page. It's a great way to gather everyone's memories.
A better guestbook
Make it easy for everyone to share their condolences, regardless of location. It's a better funeral guestbook.
Set up a memorial website for free and capture as many memories as you wish. There are no costs associated.
Why gather memories online?
After losing someone, it's natural for friends and family to want to come together to share stories and remember the good times. However, now more than ever, people are spread out around the country (and around the world).
Creating an online memorial makes it easy for people to connect with one another during a difficult time, and it makes it easy for you to capture important photos and memories all in one place.
Friends and family will also be able to easily share their condolences with you, so you know you're in their thoughts, even if you aren't able to see them in person.
How to collect memories on Ever Loved
Create a memorial website
Set up a page for your loved one with their basic details, photo and more. You can even add an obituary, personal note, and funeral event information, if you wish.
Add your own memories
Get things started by sharing your own memories to the page. Find a photo that makes you smile or think of a story that really shows the personality of your loved one.
Share with friends and family
Easily post the memorial website to Facebook or Twitter — or send it out in a beautiful email using our tool — and ask friends and family to share their own memories. You'll get updates as they do.
Enjoy the memories of your loved one during a hard time.
Frequently Asked Questions
What's an online funeral guest book?
An online funeral guest book is essentially a memorial website—a place to collect people's memories and condolences on a website. Anyone can visit a memorial website at any time and share their photos, stories, videos and condolences, even if they aren't able to attend the funeral in-person. These posts then live on the website and are easy for anyone to revisit.
Why should you have an online funeral guest book?
Many people are now choosing to use memorial websites as online funeral guest books instead of having physical guestbooks for several reasons. Memorial websites allow anyone to contribute online condolences, even if they can't make it to the funeral. They also make it easy to upload and share photos, which is much harder in a physical book. Lastly, they're easy for anyone to access at any time in the future, meaning everyone is able to revisit fond memories of your loved one. If you're looking for more modern funeral guest book ideas, a memorial website is a great starting point.
Do people need to be tech savvy to use an online funeral guest book?
It's easy to use Ever Loved to both create an online funeral guest book and share something on one. Our site will guide you through the quick process of setting one up, and then it will be easy to share the link with others via email, text message, Facebook and more. Anyone who visits the site will be able to post a story, photo, video or condolence message in just a few clicks.
Who can contribute an online funeral guestbook?
Anyone can contribute to an online funeral guestbook and can do so on a phone, tablet, or computer. Ever Loved makes it easy for you to set up a site to share with friends and family and easily collect condolences, memories, photos, donations, and more. Your guests will be able to leave their condolence or message with ease and you can access them and look them over at any time.
What types of content can people share in an online funeral guestbook?
Online funeral guestbooks on Ever Loved are set up to let visitors share photos, condolences, share stories, memories, and even post videos. This content is easily accessed on the Memories tab of your memorial website and lets you start a collection of media remembering your loved one's life and their impact on others.
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