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Hey. We are sorry this is happening right now.

COVID-19 has prevented us from being with loved ones during hard times. While you can’t be with everyone who loved your someone right now, you can still plan to celebrate their life in person soon.

You don’t have to do this alone. We’re here to design an event as memorable as your someone and guide you & your family through the closing of this chapter. 

How it works
Your someone’s life was full and detailed and so them. We start by letting you lead—we listen to your stories so we understand who your someone was, what they cherished, and what made them unique. Then we help pick local vendors to curate every part of your celebration including the venue, food, flowers, entertainment, activities, charitable causes, audio/visual elements and more.

Our events can replace traditional funerals, but we know grief doesn't stop when the service is over. We work with you to commemorate their life on any important milestone that rests heavy on your heart so that you never have to stop saying, “I love you.” There’s no need for a “phone it in” funeral here. Your someone was singular. They should be celebrated that way. 

Picture this for a second
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What if instead of mourning, you reveled?
· What if instead of stuffy hor d'oeuvres, you broke out the grill and threw down some burgers?
· What if you laughed at their favorite film? (even if you could never stand it when they wanted you to watch with them)
· What if you painted their favorite spot to watch the sunset?
· What if you bowled a strike at the bowling alley where you had your first date?

We can make that happen.

About Us

At 28, Effie lost her dad and had to plan her first funeral. She was quickly met with the prescribed and routine version of a service that didn’t represent the person she loved. Since then, she has spent every important anniversary, birthday, and occasion seeking out celebrations that feel more like him and helping other families plan a more personal way to grieve.

Effie’s Memorial Moment: Dinner at Cafe Polonez where she and her dad ate every week and then getting a scoop of his favorite chocolate ice cream, of course.

At 26, Zack lost his mentor and had a panic attack after the funeral. He was forced to confront his own mortality while not knowing how to grieve, mourn, or remember his friend. From then on, he has sought to bring more meaning to his life by incorporating daily rituals that remind him of friends and family who’ve died.

Zack’s Memorial Moment: A cup of coffee (which he always swore he would never drink) with a sprinkle of cinnamon, just how his mentor liked it.

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About Us

At 28, Effie lost her dad and had to plan her first funeral. She was quickly met with the prescribed and routine version of a service that didn’t represent the person she loved. Since then, she has spent every important anniversary, birthday, and occasion seeking out celebrations that feel more like him and helping other families plan a more personal way to grieve.

Effie’s Memorial Moment: Dinner at Cafe Polonez where she and her dad ate every week and then getting a scoop of his favorite chocolate ice cream, of course.

At 26, Zack lost his mentor and had a panic attack after the funeral. He was forced to confront his own mortality while not knowing how to grieve, mourn, or remember his friend. From then on, he has sought to bring more meaning to his life by incorporating daily rituals that remind him of friends and family who’ve died.

Zack’s Memorial Moment: A cup of coffee (which he always swore he would never drink) with a sprinkle of cinnamon, just how his mentor liked it.