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Beautifully constructed memorials

SmartGraves.ie allows you to create an online memorial for your loved ones. Add photos, video and even their life story to create a truly unique online memorial that will last forever.

How to use a SmartGraves.ie QR code?

This is what a QR code looks like. If you are viewing this page on your PC you can scan the QR code with your smartphone camera to see how it works. Simply open your camera app on your phone, point it at the QR code and press view memorial.

Beautifully constructed digital memorials

SmartGraves.ie allows you to create an online memorial for your loved ones. Add photos, video and even their life story to create a truly unique online memorial that will last forever.

Add Pictures and a biography

Bring your online memorial to life by adding an unique biography and personalised pictures of weddings, family, children, pets and anything in-between. Add more pictures and information than you could on any grave ornament, grave decoration or headstone.
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How it Works

Create your loved one's online memorial

Create your loved one’s online memorial by telling us all about them and filling out the form above. Once you submit and pay for your memorial we automatically create a unique QR code for your memorial and engrave the QR code onto our QR coded aluminum plates.

Get your QR Coded plate in the post

Once you complete step one our team will carefully package and post your QR coded plate straight to your door.

Place and Scan.

Now that you have your QR coded plate in your hands simply open the camera on your phone, point it at the QR code and you will be brought to your loved one’s online beautiful memorial site. Your QR coded plate can then be attached to a suitable place ( usually the headstone or a plaque,) using the supplied adhesive.

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SmartGraves Commercial

In January 2022 SmartGraves.ie will be launching its commercial platform. This  means SmartGraves’s technology and products will be available from headstone creators around Ireland, allowing