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Order Of Service Booklets

Order of Service Booklets

Starting From UGX3,000


A funeral service is a very personal event where people often have different requirements. A funeral order of service booklet typically provides a schedule of the ceremony and can be given out to mourners as they arrive or sent to people who cannot attend.

Order of service books range from 3,000 to 10,000

Below are some of the details in what is inclusive of an Order of Service Booklet.

Front Cover

  • This page is usually kept simple with the following;
  • A photo of the deceased
  • Their full name
  • Date of birth and date of death
  • A short message or quote remembering them
  • Date, time and location of the service

Schedule of the Funeral Service

This may include;

  • Musical procession as attendees enter and take their seats (this could include the title of the song)
  • Introduction by whoever is conducting the service
  • Words to any songs or funeral hymns which are included in the service
  • Any readings, speeches or verses and the names of the individual speakers
  • Group prayers
  • Committal and blessing
  • Closing music (this could include the title of the song

Memories and Treasured Moments

Once you have decided on the schedule of the service, you can begin adding memories and treasured moments to the booklet. It can be as many pages as you like, but bear in mind that extra pages may incur additional print costs.

You may want to personalize the booklet with extra photographs or choose their loved one’s favorite quotations, song lyrics or poems. You can even include a timeline of the person’s life, picking out key milestones and achievements such as their graduation, wedding day or retirement.

Final Page

The final page or back cover of the order of service will often include another photograph of the deceased; this can be different to the one used on the front cover and may be a group or family photo.

It is also a good place to mention any preferred charities or organizations for donations. There may be a specific charity that was important to the deceased, so make sure you take this into consideration when choosing where the money will be donated to.

You may wish to express your thanks to those in attendance and to any friends or relatives who will receive a copy of the booklet but couldn’t attend the service itself. Finally, you could include the details and location of the wake, if you have chosen to have one.

Funeral Stationary

In addition to an order of service booklet, you may wish to choose matching stationery. At Dignity, we offer a range of beautiful funeral stationery which can be personalized, creating a unique commemoration of your loved one’s life. We provide an exclusive choice of designs and all of our booklets are printed to a very high standard on quality card.

Our funeral stationery products include:

  • Order of service booklets
  • Books of condolence
  • Memorial cards
  • Attendance cards
  • Canvas prints
  • In memory pins

At UFS we do everything we can to ensure that your needs are met and that you can arrange the funeral you want for your loved one.

Frequently Asked Questions

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