Coffins & Caskets
Please click on the below link to see a full range of Traditional Irish coffins, Italian made semi-caskets, Eco-friendly baskets and Caskets.
Floral Tributes make a thoughtful gesture at this difficult time. The gentle beauty of flowers can help to express your feelings of respect for the deceased.
At Griffin’s, our experienced florists can guarantee the safe delivery of high quality, fresh flowers on your behalf.
Should you require further information, or would like to see more samples please contact us.
We have an extensive collection of urns, keepsakes, eco urns, scatter urns and jewellery for selection. Some of which can be found at the link below.
Our modern fleet of funeral vehicles are kept to a meticulous standard. Our fleet consists of Mercedes-Benz E-Class: hearses, limousines (7 passengers), Mercedes-Benz V-Class (6 passengers), and saloons (4 passengers).
We will digitally enhance, print and frame a picture of your loved one, this photograph will accompany the coffin throughout the funeral. At the end of the service it is yours to keep.
Another service available to you is a video slideshow which plays on a screen in the funeral home during the removal. The slideshow can usually features photographs from throughout the person’s life from childhood to adulthood, depicting things they may have loved (e.g. sport, animals, a particular place, etc.)
This is a booklet or order of service for the funeral mass. It is bespoke to each funeral. It includes photographs of the deceased, the order of mass, as well as all prayers and readings within.
Our funeral homes are fitted with PA systems where selected background music can be played throughout the removal.
Requiem Mass Music
There are many options for music at mass. A soloist and organist are the most commonly selected.
The music choices are usually made in conjunction with the soloist and priest.
Other musicians available are:
● String Quartet
Three songs are normally played at the cremation ceremony. The first, upon entry into the chapel. The second, during a reflection period and the third as the curtain is closing at the end. These can be performed live or over the crematorium PA system. These pieces can reflect the deceased’s personal taste in music.