Blue Cremation Urns
Blue invokes a sense of calm and tranquility that we associate with the open skies and seas. It also represents inspiration, wisdom, and loyalty. This makes it an excellent color for a cremation urn for your dad, mom, child, or even beloved pet.
Trupoint Memorials offers a wide selection of beautifully handcrafted blue urns for ashes to pay tribute to a lost loved one. These urns are the perfect choice to memorialize a person who was a wise old soul, had an even-tempered and kind personality, spent a lot of time near water, or simply loved the color blue.
Choosing the Right Specialty Urn
Trupoint Memorials has a wide selection of blue cremation urns, so you will undoubtedly find the perfect one for your loved one. We’ve carefully hand-selected our beautiful urn designs that make for a meaningful and unique final resting place.
Our blue urns are made from high-quality solid brass and a lightweight and durable aluminum alloy. All our urns are handpainted and hand-carved and have a long-lasting protective finish that is damage- and tarnish-resistant.
You can choose between various sizes. There are large urns for adults weighing up to 200 lbs, extra-large urns for those up to 300 lbs, and small keepsake urns that hold only a few ounces of cremains. There is a blue cremation urn suitable for a child of up to 40 lbs, and we even have a beautiful blue urn for pets that comes in small, medium, and large.
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You can pour ashes directly into an urn, especially if it seals tightly (for example, if it has a screw-on lid). If you’re using a biodegradable urn, you’ll also place the cremains straight into the vessel. However, if the urn isn’t made to biodegrade, or if you’re worried about the contents of the urn spilling, then you can keep the ashes in a plastic bag (or another container) and simply place the bag inside the urn.
No one type of urn is the best choice for all situations. However, metal urns tick the most boxes. They’re versatile, strong, beautiful, and affordable. Brass urns, for example, come in all shapes and sizes and can be painted or polished. Aluminum urns are lightweight, easy to transport, and affordable. With metal urns, you can choose whether you want to bury them or keep them on display indoors or outdoors.
The size of the urn you’ll need depends on the person’s weight, with one cubic inch of cremains produced for every pound of the person’s body weight. So, a person weighing 150 lbs will need an urn with a capacity of at least 150 cubic inches. The standard urn size is 200 cubic inches; however, you can find extra-large urns with a capacity of 300–360 cubic inches. There are also small urns for infants and children up to 40 lbs and even smaller keepsake urns that usually hold anything from 1–20 cubic inches of ashes.