THE FUNERAL for teenager Izzy Dix is to be held on Wednesday.
Balloons will be released into the sky in memory of the schoolgirl who was found dead at her Brixham home.
Gabbi Dix, Izzy's mum, said: "Let's make it a beautiful day for Izzy."
Izzy's friends have been asked to bring a helium balloon and wear any clothes they wish at the service.
Family and friends only are being invited for fear the event will be overwhelmed with wellwishers.
Gabbi has asked that no school uniform be worn.
Friends have been making collages in honour of Izzy who enjoyed creating her own.
Izzy's death has devastated students and staff at Brixham Community College.
Tia Budd and Natalie Rushe, Izzy's best friends, claim Izzy was harassed by online bullies before she died.
They have issued a plea for people to close their accounts with website ask.fm
More than 7,000 people have signed up to combat cyberbullying through a Facebook campaign called the Izzy Dix anti-bullying memorial group.
It has been set up calling on people to delete their accounts with website ask.fm and to ask people to think before they speak. The website has been criticised by PM David Cameron who called it a 'vile site'.
Last month, the website unveiled changes to make its site safer after recent online bullying cases.
It said it would view all reports within 24 hours, make the report button more visible, and include bullying and harassment as a category for a report.
An inquest into Izzy's death has been opened.
Torbay and South Devon coroner Ian Arrow heard the 14-year-old teenager was found hanged at her home in Brixham on Tuesday, September 17.
Despite the best efforts of police and paramedics, Izzy was confirmed dead shortly after midnight.
There are no suspicious circumstances and a full hearing will be heard at a later date.
Torquay and Brixham under-15 boys rugby teams held a minute's silence before their weekend games in memory of Izzy.