Infant Loss and Baby Loss Gifts from Mother of Wilde
Looking for what to give grieving parents? Mother of Wilde's 11" x 14" baby memorials are a beautiful, personal creation for any bereaved mom or dad.
Our team recently created this customized photo print for the new parents of Reagan Faye, who was born on September 7, 2021 and went to heaven on September 10, 2021. Reagan's parents went with our Classic Biblical Birth Print.
This sympathy gift to honor their daughter came customized with:
birthdate and heavenly healed date
meaning of her name
length and weight at birth
birthstone and flower
season of birth
Our creative team took Reagan's original birth photo that was submitted and blurred the background and phone so it wasn't a distraction. This made the focus on her beautiful face, which we loved! Our team, also, brightened her photo and changed it from color to our classic black and white. We included her birthdate and date she went to be with Jesus above her name in the top left corner. Regan's memorial print is now headed to her parents in Omaha, Nebraska.
This child remembrance print also included faith-based encouragement from Psalms 139:16, "All the days ordained for me were written in Your before one of them came to be."
At Mother of Wilde, we use textured linen paper for all of our baby memorials. Our paper is recycled and free of wood pulp - meaning that your custom art piece won't turn yellow over time. It's museum quality paper and meant to last for years and years. Our custom photo prints are made specifically for bereaved parents who have lost a baby through stillbirth, miscarriage, pregnancy loss, or early infant loss. We are honored to print baby photos of all gestational ages.
Thank you for supporting our North Carolina ministry, Mother of Wilde. What a joy it is to create gifts to honor your babies that dance amongst the heavens. It's incredibly humbling for us to create baby remembrance prints of your children that you want to hang in your home. We promise to stay faithful to our mission of giving grieving parents hope through prints, while continuing to point them to our one true hope - Jesus.