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Birth Details Print | Birth Prints Store | Mother of Wilde

Customized wall art for your baby boy or girls nursery. Mother of Wilde offers a large collection of styles and themes to complement your décor.

Our personalized birth prints highlight every detail of your child's birth. All of our prints include a full scale photo with the option to blur the background. Our signature giclee art prints are produced with premium, museum quality paper. You can create a meaningful custom photo print in just minutes.

After our son Noah was unexpectedly born still in 2021, we started creating:

  • stillbirth memorials

  • miscarriage keepsakes

  • infant loss gifts

  • pregnancy loss

  • remembrance gifts for bereaved mothers and fathers

With every purchase, we donate a portion of our sales to support newly bereaved parents. We, also, partner with Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, Bridget's Cradles, Foreknown Ministries, Labor of Hope, Hope Mommies, Angels In Waiting 91:4, Eve's Victory, Abel Speaks and many other faith-based nonprofits that assist families that have experienced the death of a child.

In 2022, we expanded and started creating birth prints for living babies and children. These are good for birth announcements, nursery art, or as a gift to new parents or on holidays. Similar to our baby loss prints, these designs include many of the same birth details like:

  • name

  • birthday and time

  • length and weight

  • birthstone and birth flower

  • and much more

Birth announcement print in a picture frame

Check out our birth print selection for the very best in unique and custom pieces. Get started creating a signature birth poster in just a few minutes!

Birth print in a picture frame

Mother of Wilde makes custom birth prints and baby memorials. Their Christian ministry was founded by husband and wife, Brian and Moria Rooney. The Rooney's are based in Wilmington, North Carolina. Their company was created after their second son, Noah Wilde, was born silent on March 9, 2021.


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