Business cards, office equipment & more for Funeral Directors

Funeral Director gold stripes and rising phoenix Name Plate (Side)
Funeral Director gold stripes and rising phoenix Name Plate
by HightonRidley

This desk nameplate is for a funeral director, undertaker or mortician. It has a gold embossed-look rising phoenix to give an empathic, spiritual feel and uses a font to inspire confidence

Your own slogan

If you’re new to being a Mortician and are setting out on your own, one of the things to consider is the branding for your business. Key to getting it right is composing a great slogan that’ll serve you well for years to come.

It needs to be:

  • Simple – straightforward language, no big words
  • easy to undestand at a glance
  • get across your service offering
  • in conjunction with your logo, help people build up a picture of what they can expect and how you’ll treat them as a customer


About that logo…

If you’re happy to use pre-designed template logos like you get on Zazzle, you’ll save yourself a ton of money. That’s when compared to paying a graphic designer to design one specifically for you. And as long as the logo incorporates or is included with your (or your company’s) initials, then it’ll definitely be unique to you.

You may be worried about other people using the same template you’ve chosen and then there being confusion of your brand in the marketplace. The simple answer is – don’t be. The logo is only one aspect. Your company name and, more often than not, your slogan, will always appear alongside it – removing any possible confusion.

It’s because of this that the chances are so remote and the reason you needn’t worry. For example, with 22,000 funeral directors in the USA (if that’s where you’re based) you’ll be fine.

See and get templates from Zazzle that work

The term for all the branded material a business uses is “Marketing collateral”. It’s the phrase used to cover any digital or printed material used to communicate or promote a company’s brand message, products and services.

In this listing of templated marketing collateral from Zazzle you’ll find a wide range of items for your funeral director business to cover most circumstances – including promotional give-aways.

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Page through to see the full range. Don’t forget that all text is template text, meaning it’s as easy as abc to change it to what you want to make it your own.

Funeral Mortician Services, Heart and Roses Business Card (Front)
Funeral Mortician Services, Heart and Roses Business Card
by HightonRidley

This business card template is designed specifically for Morticians / Undertakers – or you can change it to other titles within the funeral service profession to suit your needs.

So you’re a drone pilot looking for business stationery and more

Drone Inspection and Video Service, Pilot Operator Business Card (Front)
Drone Inspection and Video Service, Pilot Operator Business Card
by HightonRidley

Professional series: A set of business cards to help you promote your drone service business. It’s perfect if you offer, for example, drone roof inspections, asset surveys, real estate videography, wedding photography and more

If you’ve only recently started working commercially with drones you’ll likely be considering getting business cards and other business stationery.

Templates are the way forward…

One way forward is to find a Drone Operator / Pilot template you like on Zazzle and fill it in with your details to make it your own.

Here’s a listing of such templates on Zazzle. Find all sorts of business stationery and marketing / promotional give-aways – page through them and click / tap on what you like. The template will open up in a new tab on Zazzle and you’ll be able to personalize it just by typing.

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You’ll need to make up a slogan to use on them. It’s best to keep your slogan simple, punchy and direct. No big words and phrase it as if you were talking directly to someone you want as a customer. Sell the benefits, not the features or the tech!

Here’s some examples:

  • Your wedding with a view only a drone can provide to capture those special moments forever
  • Our drone roof, chimney and gutter surveys show what needs fixing before you commit to anything
  • Property surveys by drone – get the big picture with all the detail you want

Don’t forget the freebies

Can coolers make great promotional give-aways. How about this design?

Drone Inspection and Video Service, Pilot Operator Can Cooler (Front)
Drone Inspection and Video Service, Pilot Operator Can Cooler by HightonRidley

Professional series: A seriously cool can cooler to promote your drone service business. It’s perfect if you offer, for example, drone roof inspections, asset surveys, real estate videography, wedding photography and more

There are so many types of give-aways to consider it can be hard to choose. How about these? They’re all available in this drone operator design on one of the listing pages above:

  • lip balm
  • shot glasses
  • sew-on or iron-on patches
  • buttons
  • trucker caps
  • pens

Business Designs for a Personal Chef

If you’re a chef and thinking about moving into a new area, such as becoming a Personal Chef, then you’ll need new business stationery and marketing material to help you promote it.

Personal Visiting Chef Experience  Business Card (Front)
Personal Visiting Chef Experience Business Card
by HightonRidley

A great business card template for a visiting personal chef who provides fine dining in the privacy of people’s homes. All blue text can easily be changed when you click through to Zazzle.

Your new branding / design

Of course, you’ll need new branding and design to get across the core of your offering to potential clients, and there you have a choice:

  • either employ the services of a designer – expensive!
  • or choose from the thousands of existing templates on Zazzle and make them unique to you – the affordable route


Your brand design also needs to convey things in such a way that what it inspires in a client’s imagination is so appealing that they’ll want to take the next step with you.

To summarize key aspects:

  • Core of offering – business name and slogan squarely aligns with it
  • Stand out from the rest – differentiation (unique-ish) selling point
  • When imagined by prospect, appeals – get your communications / phrasing right
  • consistency in branding across domains – business name, logo, slogan across social media / online / real world

Material to consider

  • essential stationery – business cards, menus, stickers,
  • others – champagne / wine / liquor bottle labels, window clings, wall and floor decals
  • marketing giveaways – pens, clocks, shot glasses, matches, coasters, keychains, can coolers, playing cards, lip balm, mouse mats
  • day-to-day use by you: napkins, placemats, serving trays, aprons, cutting boards, mugs, notebooks, planners

Page through the following Personal Visiting Chef Experience material, all using consistent design and branding:

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If you’re a designer…

If you’re a designer and thinking about business designs for a personal chef then, as well as the above, you’ll also want to consider the following.

Consistency in branding

As a designer you’ll already know about the importance across all business communications of having the same / consistent:

  • logo
  • font(s)
  • slogan
  • colors

What you might not know about is how Zazzle can be the perfect ‘host’ and fulfiller for your designs. With its features to allow you to set template text and template images, your clients can easily replace text and images with their own.