LifePosts can be used to honor special people in your life or celebrate important milestones.
There’s no right or wrong way and you don’t have to go it alone. You can enlist your friends and family to share memories and photos to help.
Here are some creative ways LifePosts have been used:
My life as a baby
Elizabeth Andrion used the Birth celebration to not only announce Elizabeth’s arrival but tell the story of her amazing first year – through the baby’s own eyes!
Birthday cakes through time
They didn’t just celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary; they told the story of the whole marriage. (Be sure to look at the birthday cake video from 1955!)
This graduation LifePost really captures this young woman’s personality, helped by some sweet comments from younger bro.
This LifePost captures the wedding and the delightful journey to marriage.
An amazing life
Friends used a major birthday to tell the story of Harris Wofford’s extraordinary life
This Cockapoo’s birthday became the occasion for a loving photo essay.
An interactive holiday card
This couple used the timeline for their year-end holiday card.
Kathryn and Jeff are moving to Chicago so their friends and family used the LifeQs tools to recount favorite memories.
Natalie White made a Personal History LifePost about all of her favorite concerts.
Other advantages of using LifePosts to create digital memorials:
Create a shared media library – Any photos, videos, audio or documents others post to your LifePost are also saved in your personal Media Library, so you can re-use them anywhere else on LifePosts any time you wish.
Fundraising – You can use the Generosity.com tool to help raise money. This can be to create scholarship funds, kick off neighborhood initiatives in the honoree’s name, or other celebratory fundraising. (Coming soon)