June 5, 2012
-- Today, Une Belle Vie Memorial Urns, LLC, launched its signature line of urns that capture a loved one’s passion such as aviation, sewing, shoes and more.
This new line of urns is unique to Une Belle Vie and created to order by local artists. The signature line includes Seamless Transition, British Police Call Box, Fly Away and The Diva. Une Belle Vie also released a pet urn called Go Fetch as a part of their signature line, which is a metal urn in the shape of a dog bone available in different finishes and colors.
“A person’s identity is defined by their passions, collections and hobbies,” said Melody Jamali, the President of Une Belle Vie. “Whether it’s shoes, aviation or a particular movie culture, it can define a life and how they are remembered after death. This was the inspiration in our signature line. We wanted to help create a vessel that will invoke fond memories of loved ones after death.”
30 years ago, only six percent of the U.S. population was cremated after death. Today, 32 percent of people in the U.S. choose cremation. Une Belle Vie’s signature line reflects this trend as well as the public’s desire for more elaborate cremation urn options.
All signature line urns are made to order, so features such as color – and in the case of the Fly Away urn - plane selection - can be customized. Also, an inscription or other custom details can be added to the urns. Examples and additional product information regarding its signature line are available on the Une Belle Vie website or by calling 877-918-5524.
About Une Belle Vie
Une Belle Vie Memorial Urns is a Denver, Colorado-based company focusing on providing a supportive and informed experience, whether families are planning for the future or coping with the passing of a loved one. Their online community and urn store offer artisan-crafted, decorative cremation urns in a variety of materials designed to celebrate life and personality and offer fitting memorials for those we love. Visit their community of caring online via Facebook and their continuously updated library of educational articles at their cremation blog.