These services involve creating and customizing headstones to honor and remember loved ones who have passed away. Here’s an overview of what Mikal’s headstone design services may include:
A consultation with a designer is typically the first step in the headstone design process. During this consultation, we will discuss your preferences, ideas, and any specific details you would like to incorporate into the design.
Headstones can be made from various materials, such as granite, marble, bronze, or other durable stones. Our designers can guide you in selecting the appropriate material based on your preferences, budget, and cemetery regulations.
Headstones can be customized with engravings, inscriptions, symbols, images, or other personalized elements. You can work with our designer to select the font style, wording, and any additional artwork or elements you would like to incorporate.
We’re a reputable monument and memorial designers in Atlantic City area. You can review our portfolios, customer testimonials, and pricing information to help you make an informed decision.
Additionally, we offer pre-designed headstones or pre-need planning services if you prefer to choose from existing designs.
These are some of the aspects that you can consider when choosing a tombstone.
- Cultural Aspects, etc
Based on your consultation and input, the designer will create a design concept for the headstone. This includes the layout, shape, size, and style of the monument. You can collaborate with the designer to ensure the design reflects the personality, interests, or religious/cultural aspects of the deceased.
Once the design is finalized, the designer will provide a detailed rendering or mock-up of the headstone for your review and approval. Once approved, the production process begins, which involves fabricating the tombstone according to the design specifications.
The monument company or designer will coordinate the installation of the headstone at the cemetery. This includes ensuring compliance with cemetery regulations, securing the necessary permits, and coordinating with the cemetery staff for proper placement.