Jennifer Ashe and Son is offering clients the option to put ashes into fireworks, which have traditionally been placed in urns or scattered in meaningful locations\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nOne lady who opted to have her husband's ashes put into fireworks was Janet Jones, from Wolverhampton, who visited the funeral directors after hearing through word-of-mouth about the funeral provider's attention to detail.\r\n\r\nAfter sharing cherished memories with the Jennifer Ashe and Son team about her husband, Stuart, one stood out \u2013 the family\u2019s tradition of spending bonfire nights together, with her husband once remarking, \u201cThat\u2019d be a way to go \u2013 in a firework\u201d.\r\n\r\nInspired by her story, John Ashe, the managing director at Jennifer Ashe and Son, suggested the idea of putting some of Stuart's ashes into fireworks.\r\n\r\nJones said: \u201cJohn and the team really listened to my every word and wanted to give us all the best send-off for Stuart. It\u2019d never crossed my mind to put ashes into fireworks, but it was perfect. It was the best way to honour him and we all still talk about the night now. It was a real celebration and I\u2019m so thankful for the team at Jennifer Ashe & Son for making it happen.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe firework display for Stuart was held at Himley Hall on 31st October 2021. Over 200 fireworks were let off, containing different colours and effects. Janet chose the song \u2018Together in Electric Dreams\u2019 to accompany the display, a song that holds sentimental meaning.\r\n\r\nAshe said: \u201cWe understand that a life well-lived deserves a send-off that truly resonates with the person\u2019s spirit and love they shared, and fireworks are the perfect option for a growing number of our customers.\r\n\r\nThe fireworks, which disperse anything from 200 to 600 grams of ash, offer families a wide range of options, spanning from self-fire firework tribute packages to a professionally fired display.\r\n\r\nThe funeral directors also offer fingerprinted jewellery, love lockets and photo-engraved necklaces, all of which are ways to carry a little piece of someone you love with you.