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  • Writer's pictureMother of Wilde

Faith-based Pregnancy Loss, Stillbirth, and Child Loss Gifts

Mother of Wilde creates beautiful, remembrance prints to honor your babies. The why behind what we do is you.

Our baby memorials are a beautiful, personal creation for any mother or father that has lost a child. They are a special gift for newly bereaved parents or even as a gift for parents years later.

Our design team recently created this personalized child memorial for the new parents of Riley Rae Brown, who was born on May 7, 2022. Riley's parents chose our Traditional Birth Print.

Traditional birth print and baby memorial in a frame

This bereavement gift to honor their newborn daughter came customized with:

  • her full name

  • the date she was born

  • meaning of her name

  • time of birth

  • length and weight

  • birth flower and birthstone

  • season of birth

  • and location Riley was born

Our design team was able to take Riley's original birth photo that was submitted and blur the background so she was the main focus of the print. We, also, blurred some of her cords by request. Our team, also, brightened her photo and changed it from color to our classic black and white. Riley's remembrance print is now headed to her parents in Gastonia, North Carolina.

Newborn baby in the hospital and birth announcement
After Mother of Wilde editing. (Gently blurred background and B/W coloring)

Newborn remembrance print for child loss.

At Mother of Wilde, our prints are mostly 11" x 14", but we do offer some designs in a smaller 5" x 7". The premium paper we use is museum quality and highly resistant to aging. It's a medium weight cardstock with a matte, linen texture you can see and feel.

newborn memorial print

Mother of Wilde is a faith-based company with a vision to spread hope and point bereaved families to Jesus. In July 2021, husband and wife collaboration, decide to connect the loss of their son with their purpose. After much prayer, Mother of Wilde was born with a mission of creating memorial prints and giving back to bereaved parents.


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