Inevitably there will be a period of time between the funeral ceremony itself and the final scattering or interment (burial) of ashes.
This may only be a matter of days. Or it could be weeks or months whilst you decide where the final resting place of your loved one should be.
Regardless of the timescale, you may wish to have a short ceremony to mark this occasion and I am happy to support you with creating this. Often this relates back to the funeral, perhaps with a repetition of a favourite poem. The addition of symbolic gestures such as the releasing of balloons or blowing bubbles can act as a wonderful way to bind those present together, by taking an active part in the occasion.
I can provide ideas and advice on where ashes can be scattered or interred, whether that is at the local crematorium, at sea, from an aeroplane or any manner of creative ideas. And together we will create a short ceremony to accompany this and serve as a final goodbye to your loved one.