Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home and Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park have served families in Northeast Tarrant County since 1953. Both the funeral home and cemetery are located in Colleyville, at the intersection of Highway 26 and Hall-Johnson Road, making it easier for you to complete all your final arrangements.
Flexible event space
Facility is available to host your personal events
- Veterans cemetery section
- Recently renovated
Flexible chapel space
Our chapel can be used for hosting your religious events
- Waterside views
- Large capacity chapel up to 250
- Cemetery spaces available
- Custom headstones and markers
Family Estates are a distinguished tribute to a family legacy. They can be customized with stained glass, benches and landscaping
Grave markers that sit flush to the ground in the material of preference
- Upright headstones
Private or Community spaces for urns as well as caskets, that can be Indoor or outdoor
- Coffee lounge
- Onsite cemetery
Option for mail delivery of ashes
Sent through postal mail service, signature required.
- Cremation remembrance jewelry
- Cremation viewing suite
- Cremation cemetery options
- Cremation niches
- Option for home delivery of ashes
- Scattering assistance
- Cremation gardens
Arrangements by phone or email
Complete funeral planning, including electronic signature, without needing a funeral home visit
- Catered events
Tribute video production
Services available to create a tribute video for the service or obituary from photos and videos.
- Audio and video equipment
- Live music available
- Popular music selections
Services available to coordinate visitation or viewing at a private residence
- Police escort available
- Cemetery flower delivery
Other Languages Spoken
Free Funeral Planning Resources
Funeral planning can seem overwhelming. These guides can help you every step of the way—from choosing between traditional burial planning and cremation, designing a religious ceremony or a celebration of life, and deciding on cemetery property or filing for veteran's benefits.
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A modern funeral home and caring staff
With 12,000 square feet of space, our funeral home accommodates most any type of event. The Memorial Chapel has a soaring cathedral ceiling and flexible seating for around 200 guests. We have multiple staterooms, multiple conference rooms, a reception area and large foyers for informal gatherings.
Our funeral home team was hired with your heart in mind. Compassion is the quality by which team members are measured, and their sensitivity to the needs of families shows in every service they plan. They have experience with many faiths and ethnicities, as well as difficult situations.
We celebrate life
From small and sophisticated to large and elaborate, the funeral and memorial service options available at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home are nearly endless. Our experienced team listens to your wishes—or the wishes of your loved one—and designs a customized service as unique as the life it honors.
Whether you prefer a simple cremation with a scattering down in the Hill Country, a large traditional funeral with a coffee-and-cake reception or a no-holds-barred party with a motorcycle procession, you can trust us to assist you in celebrating a life.
Personal touches can be small—photo displays and speeches by friends are common—or more elaborate. We could hang a cross behind the casket, have a paddle board at the front door, give out cotton candy at the end of the service or have our team wear Cowboys jerseys. And if it's a grand celebration of life that you're looking for—a modern gathering with themed decor, live music, favorite food and drinks, and a send-off that reflects the personality and passions of yourself or your loved one—that's our speciality.
These are just a few ideas. Let's imagine something special together.
Horse-drawn carriage or caisson
It is not unusual to see a horse-drawn carriage leading a funeral procession. Available at the request of any family for a fee, Bluebonnet Hills hires an enclosed horse-drawn coach to transport a loved one to his or her grave. To veterans, we offer a horse-drawn caisson—a most elegant and dignified complement for a military service.
For families who choose the time-honored tradition of cremation, this full-service funeral home has its own crematory, which is used only by our funeral home and a few other sister locations. This gives Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home complete control of a cremation, start to finish, and means your loved one never leaves our care.
Not everyone knows that there are many cremation options. If you are interested in cremation, the Bluebonnet Hills team can explain the process and different options. From a direct cremation without a memorial service or a witness cremation to a full funeral service before or after the cremation and more, we help you understand this increasingly common choice—and handle all of the cremation arrangements.
If you would like, cremated remains can be inurnned at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park.
Lean on us
Serving Northeast Tarrant County families from all walks of life since 1953, Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home and Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park are members of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers. We offer quality, compassionate care and service you can trust.
Please call us anytime day or night—someone on our teams is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—if you need assistance planning a funeral or would like more information about our services.
Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park cemetery
Gentle rolling lawns with quiet walkways, picturesque statues, water features and well-maintained landscaping combine to create solemn beauty at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park. This cemetery has an oasis quality to it.
Though the 65-acre cemetery is right in the heart of Colleyville. Convenient to hotels, highways and the Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport, it embodies peace. When you pass through the cemetery gates, you quickly lose the sense of being in a bustling metropolitan area and are enveloped in park-like tranquility.
Sweeping green lawns and rolling hills peppered with mature trees—oaks, magnolias, crepe myrtles—unfold as far as the eye can see. The Lake of Whispering Waters has 3 fountains and a shoreline gazebo. In other areas of the cemetery, a statue of a family presides over a water feature and a man-made stream runs from a 3-pillared fountain.
Many burial options
Whatever your burial preference or religious requirement, Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park does its best to accommodate. The cemetery offers a variety of burial choices: traditional ground burial, garden estates, private family mausoleums, a lakeside community mausoleum and a range of columbaria for inurnment of cremated remains.
Designated areas of the cemetery allow for upright monuments while other areas accommodate flat granite markers or bronze-on-granite memorials. Families choosing cremation can opt for burial in the extraordinary Whispering Waters Cremation Garden, which includes family estates, personalized granite pedestals, benches and granite chess table niches fill this lakeside section of the cemetery. Serene walkways, lush landscaping and water features add to the peaceful beauty of this special place.
For those who desire above-ground entombment, the Bluebonnet Hills community mausoleum offers single and double crypts. The mausoleum, which sits lakeside, also has niches for cremated remains. And should you so desire, we are happy to design a private family mausoleum to meet your family’s needs. Should you want a service outside but protected from the harsh Texas sun or a chance of rain, the mausoleum breezeway easily converts to an outdoor chapel.
Guided cemetery tours
Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park is a perpetual care cemetery with trust funds regulated by the state of Texas. That means that the cemetery will be maintained in the future—and that your burial estate will be tended to with loving care.
We invite you to see our cemetery property for yourself. You are welcome to visit Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park anytime. Stroll the sun-dappled grounds, sit on a bench and soak in serenity. And if you would like a guided tour and more information about our services, please call us.
The staff at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home is well-versed in veterans services and military honors. We offer special funeral pricing for veterans and can assist families in filing for Veterans Affairs (VA) burial benefits and securing a VA headstone. At no cost to veterans or their families, we will invite the Patriot Guard Riders to escort a funeral procession and attend a graveside service. We can also secure musicians for a service, including a bagpipe player or bugler. Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park has 2 dedicated gardens for the burial of veterans. And each May, more than 1,000 people gather at the cemetery to honor our nation’s veterans at our special Memorial Day services.
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Flower Policy Rules and Regulations
Flower Policy Rules and Regulations
Funeral flowers will be removed from graves 2 to 5 days after burial or before if they become unsightly.
Fresh and artificial flowers can be placed in an approved cemetery vase, and will be removed when they become faded or unsightly. Silk flower arrangements are available for purchase at the cemetery office.
Artificial decorations will be removed from mausoleum crypts or columbarium niches when they become faded or unsightly. Floral arrangements, flags, pictures, stickers and other items may not be attached to crypt fronts. Such items will be removed by the cemetery personnel without notice. When placing flowers in individual crypt front vases, be sure your arrangement does not extend beyond your own crypt.
The use of wire, rocks, cement, or ANY material that will damage mowing equipment or could cause potential injury to visitors or maintenance professionals is prohibited. Because of the hazardous nature, items of glass, ceramic or clay is prohibited and is not allowed in the cemetery and will be removed immediately.
Items including, but not limited to, statues, crosses, vigil lights, candles, fencing, borders, souvenirs, toys, shepherd hooks (in a vase or in the ground), and hanging baskets will be removed by cemetery personnel without notice. Wind chimes are not allowed in the trees. No decorations of any type are permitted in trees or cemetery plantings
Wooden or metal stakes are not allowed and will be removed immediately. Unauthorized containers of other objects (ceramic, glass, metal, tin cans, plastic and etc.) are not permitted on graves and will be removed. Excessive decorations can be a safety hazard. Items such as boxes, cans, shells, toys, metal designs, ornaments, ornamental stones, signs, cards, ads, chairs, settees, wood or iron cases, concrete urns, concrete planter boxes or concrete benches, solar lighting, holiday lighting, pictures or any other article of similar nature memorial will not be permitted and will be removed with no obligation for preservation.
Special decorations are permitted only on the following holidays: Birthdays, Anniversaries, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, 4th of July, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving for a period of seven (7) days preceding and seven (7) days after the special days here and above set forth.
Christmas arrangements, wreaths and blankets shall be permitted from December 1st through January 10th. All Christmas decorations will be removed beginning January 11th or before if they become unsightly.
The period of March 1st to March 15th and October 1st to October 15th are used by the cemetery to clean up the Grounds, Mausoleum crypts, patio crypts, garden crypts and columbarium niches from the preceding seasons and prepare the cemetery for the new season. At these times, we ask that you refrain from placing new decorations. You are encouraged to retrieve any floral or personal decorations you wish to keep before the semi-annual clean up period. ALL ITEMS WILL BE REMOVED AND DISCARDED DURING THESE DATES
Cemetery vases that are stolen or damaged will not be replaced by Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park. Please refer to Rules and Regulations, Supervision of Cemetery, Article 30. Please refer to Rules and Regulations, General Regulations, Articles 57 -74 for a more comprehensive list of regulations. Cemetery Rules & Regulations are available at the funeral home during operating hours.
Please be aware that the cemetery is not responsible for maintaining, replacing or safeguarding items placed on gravesites.
When in doubt regarding placement of items of commemoration, please contact the Cemetery Superintendent or a staff member of Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park.
Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park reserves the right to remove any floral arrangement(s) or decorations if they become faded, wilted, unsightly, unseasonable or considered offensive.
Updated and effective as of July 10, 2018
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Facebook Live Stream
We remain deeply committed to the health and well-being of our community, our guests and our associates. We have taken a number of precautionary measures as recommended by the CDC and other governmental health authorities to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
We are now offering Facebook Live streaming for funeral services free to the families we serve.
Please contact us for more information.
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