Make Memories Eternal
QR Codes allow those who visit a grave or crematorium plaque, to scan and view videos, images, audio and comments shared about your loved one.
Whether you provide your own video footage or we create a video memorial for you, you can be sure a digital tribute will be a wonderful way to remember your loved one.
Our QR codes are fully editable and you can change where they point at any stage. We guarantee that you will always be able to use your QR code and point it to a live page.
Dynamic Web Page
You will have access to a dynamic web page that is fully editable and you can choose to allow visitors to upload images and leave comments on your page.
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