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About bdedhapi

bdedhapi are proud to present their brand new one-stop website

We are revolutionising the way people celebrate life events using one site only with our top tips and carefully chosen suppliers and services on offer, we assist in delivering a truly memorable event that will stay in the memory of family, friends and loved ones for eternity.

So whether saying your final goodbye or simply celebrating life; have little budget or money is no object; our carefully composed website will help create an occasion that will without doubt make you bdedhapi!

We also offer an opportunity for you to make others bdedhapi too. You can use our site to raise funds for charity as part of your celebration, for example, as an alternative to buying flowers or presents, PLUS 10% of all bdedhapi’s net profits go to charity.

Visit bdedhapi for unique, memorable events that will have a lasting impression on your guests.

Elisha Currier

Kent based entrepreneur and businesswoman, Elisha Currier, co-founded bdedhapi as a direct challenge to death.  “For so long we have aligned the end of life with despair, loss and loneliness. Life can be gloriously fun and should be celebrated from birth to death.”

Inspired by her own experiences of loss, and a compassion for others, Elisha began an uplifting journey towards death that focused on enabling everybody, whatever their means, to create a true celebration of life.  

Elisha was determined to focus on the uniqueness of life with tributes that could be both meaningful and memorable.

Angela Darling-bio

Angela Darling

For many years I wanted to make it easier for people to have choices over the final farewell for their loved one. This can be an anxious moment and inevitably up until now usually an expensive one. I wanted to be able to provide options to buy coffins direct, help create a do it yourself funeral and generally help to reduce the financial burden for those left behind thus leaving more of a legacy for the living. 


Whilst death has been somewhat of a taboo subject this is changing and providing information so that family and friends can make informed choices means that they are able to really ‘’celebrate’’ a life in a way that is personal and meaningful to them and in ways which may never have seemed possible up until now!

bdedhapi responds to death with life, and to the sadness of loss with upliftment and joy.