Incorporating Musicians in your Funeral or Graveside Service in Los Angeles California

Take the headache out of planning Graveside and Funeral Services.

We know planning a funeral service can be a daunting task, especially when you are grieving. With advanced planning and guidance, you can create a simple timeline and take out the overwhelm of coordinating. Incorporating Musicians in your Funeral or Graveside Service will help set the tone and maintain the timeline of the service.

Start with deciding the service type and tone:


Choose the location and date. Once you have decided on the type of service, select a location and date that works best for you and your family. Ensure that the location can accommodate the type of service you want and has enough space for all the guests.


Select a theme. Select a theme or tone for the funeral service that reflects the personality and interests of your loved one. It could be a color scheme, a hobby or interest that they loved, or a special place that held meaning for them. Playing their favorite songs is just one way to create a tone.

Next plan the timeline and music.


Create a timeline. Create a timeline for the funeral service that includes scheduling time for family and friends to speak or share memories, selecting music, and coordinating any special activities. Ensure that you build in some extra time for unexpected delays or emotional moments. This is especially important when considering hosting both a Funeral Service and Graveside service in the heavy traffic in the L.A. area. Consider the time of day, which day of the week, and how far apart the location of the funeral will be from the graveside service.


Choose music. Music is an essential part of any funeral service. It can set the tone, provide comfort, and help mourners embrace their emotions. Incorporating musicians in your funeral or graveside service is one aspect of coordinating that is easy to delegate to a family member or professional. Some commonly booked musicians are bagpipers, buglers, cellists, guitarists, harpists, mariachi bands, organists, pianists, saxophonists, trumpeters, violinists, and vocalists. For a few ideas or to listen to a few recommended songs, review our website for some recommendations. You could also check out a list of our most Frequently Asked Questions to help guide you through this planning phase of the service.

Finally, plan for the reception.


Plan for the reception. After the funeral service, it’s common to host a reception or gathering for family and friends to come together and share memories. Choose a location that is convenient for guests and has enough space to accommodate everyone.


Enlist help. Planning a funeral service can be overwhelming, so don’t be afraid to ask for help. You can enlist the help of family and friends. You could also consider hiring a professional funeral planner or coordinator to help with the planning process.

Delegate to professionals.

Funeral and Graveside Services with Talented, Seasoned, Musicians sets the tone to allow families to embrace the emotions and memories while facilitating the natural process of grieving.

Thank you for taking a few minutes aside to research and preplan the timeline and tone for your special service. If you would like to reach out to us with questions Here is our contact page.

Please let us know if you would like help incorporating musicians in your funeral or graveside service, or celebration of life reception.