Memorial Gifts for Loss of Father
Losing a father is one of the most heart-wrenching experiences a person can face, but you can help his children celebrate his great life!
Simply gifting flowers is often enough. However, if you’re searching for a more long-lasting way to show your love and support, we can help.
We handpicked these most loved father memorial gifts that will provide comfort and celebrate the life of their father.
Continue the conversations with Dad with this beautiful “Letters to My Dad in Heaven” grief journal. With 224 lined pages, they are able to share all of their accomplishments, stories, and memories with Dad in heaven.
Jen wanted a gift more meaningful than flowers and she was so happy to find the letters to dad journal. She wrote, “This was a beautiful sympathy gift for a friend who lost her father. I wanted to go a different route from flowers and this was special.”
A heartwarming and calming memorial gift will help to ease the pain of losing Dad. This father memorial lantern is laser engraved with, “In memory of my dad’s eternal love and light.” His child will feel his presence with the glow of the lantern.
Father Loss Bird Feeder
Draw cardinals near with a memorial bird feeder. This father memorial bird feeder features the quote, “Father, your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure” and is personalized with his name.
Alana lost her father recently and when she found this father bird feeder she wrote, “The bird feeder is even prettier in person and I'm so thankful for the quick shipping! It brought tears to our eyes.”
Sympathy Garden Stake
For a unique grave marker or garden décor piece, this personalized dad memorial garden stake is perfect. Engraved with the quote, "Dad, on angel's wings you were taken away, but in my heart you will forever stay" this garden stake will cheer up anyone experiencing the loss of a father.
Display a dad memorial picture frame anywhere in the home for a constant reminder that he may be gone but Dad’s presence is still nearby, and they are watching from above. The poem that is engraved onto the frame reads, “Dad, you were the first man I've ever loved. The one who believed I could do anything. Just as you did on Earth, I know you're watching down on me in heaven.”
Every gift always means more when you leave a personal message of condolences. Though they can be hard to write, we’ve gathered a list of tips and ideas to get started. Read more, here.