Our alternative Easter gift to the babies – their very own Star

I was over the moon to be offered to name a star from the Star Name Registry. I jumped at the chance as always been interested in doing this. I decided to name the star “siblinglove” to represent the ankle biters amazing bond.

You get to chose a special date so I went with the 13.1.14 this is Archie’s date of birth , I chose this to represent the day we first became parents. I chose Pegasus  for the constellation.

The package was delivered really quickly in fact it was the day after I was asked to review the star . It came in a lovely silver gift box with some pretty tissue paper and some lovely red roses. It was packaged really well and bubble wrapped to ensure that the frame did not get damaged.

I was sent the Extra Bright Star gift set , the package included –

  • Entry into the Registry
  • A4 Star Name Deed
  • The Sky Atlas star maps
  • Confirmation letter
  • Free Stelarium software download
  • Gift Explained Extra Bright Star
  • A4 Silver Certificate Frame with Deed

The gift set retails at £44.99 , there are various options on the website with a variety of prices.

The star deed tells you exactly where the star is located and you can go and check it out online. Archie and Frankie’s favourite nursery rhyme is twinkle twinkle little star. We often talk about and look at the stars. I cant wait to give them this as part of their Easter gift as they get far too much chocolate. We can then show them online exactly where the star is. It’s also amazing for them to keep for their memory boxes and to look back on whenever they want.

The sky atlas that comes with the gift set is a really handy go to guide to look at the constellations and learn a bit more about the stars.

If you are looking for a gift which is a bit different and has that wow factor then definitely go and check these out.

For a chance to win your own extra bright star worth 24.99 just enter here – leave a comment on the blog saying who you would give the star to and why. The competition closes at midnight on the 17.4.17.

I was sent the Extra Bright Star gift package in return for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

 

8 thoughts on “Our alternative Easter gift to the babies – their very own Star

  1. I would love to win a star , what an amazing prize , I would give it two my younger daughters Holly and Lucy

  2. I would give my star to my cousin Miranda and dedicate it it her daughter Charlotte who is no longer with us xxx

  3. This sounds like a perfect and unusual gift to cheris and keep
    I would give the gift to Ava my daughter who was a twin but sadly we lost her twin at 7+2 weeks
    I would name it half of me
    And date would be 2/6/13 the date we sadly lost her twin

  4. I would give the gift to my two children as they often look to find a star in a sky as they believe that is their nanna who passed away and she is looking out for them.

  5. I would love to give this gift to my Son Finley. His great grandad passed away a year ago and we said he’s a star in the sky and he always looks out for him at night and blows him kisses xx

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