Star Name Registry | A Review & Giveaway

We were sent this item for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

You may remember a few months ago we were sent a product from Star Name Registry to review – you can read the post here – and Jack loved his. Well we were recently asked if we would like to review them again and this time we got a star named after Olivia. This means they both have something extra special, a keepsake they can keep forever – plus we’ve got yet another opportunity for you to win your own product from the Star Name Registry!

We were sent another Extra Bright gift set which has an RRP of £57.97. The Extra Bright gift set gives people the opportunity to choose their own Extra Bright Star name, constellation, memorable date and personal message. The full Gift Set includes: entry into the registry. an A4 Star name deed, the Sky Atlas star maps, a confirmation letter, an A4 silver certificate frame. The set comes in a large silver presentation box and is surrounded by light blue tissue paper. It really is beautifully presented. They also include some leaflets to tell you all about the set.

As with Jack’s set, I was able to choose a name, special date, message and constellation. I ended up choosing the same constellation as Jack – Microscopium – as I thought it would be quite nice for both my children to have stars in the same constellation – and I chose Olivia’s name and date of birth. As I mentioned in my previous review, the Extra Bright package will mean your star has increased visibility in the UK and Europe and the company provide plenty of information on how to view your star – a link you use to go online. Olivia is still too young to understand this at the moment but Jack is enjoying viewing both his and his sister’s stars.

This is such a sentimental gift and I can’t begin to describe how much Jack loves his so I can’t wait to see how much Olivia appreciates hers when she is older. I do hope that it is a keepsake they keep with them into adulthood as it is just so lovely. The delivery options for the gifts are also fantastic. They offer 1st class (which takes 1-3 working days) as standard but there is the option of Next Day Delivery for an extra cost. If you order from outside the UK but within Europe it will take 2-5 working days and 3-10 days for the rest of the world. If you opt for email delivery, it will take just 0-8 hours!

Now if you would like the chance to win your own product from Star Name Registry, you are in luck. They are offering one lucky winner the chance to win an enveloped version which contains a certificate and constellation map with an RRP of £34.98. If you’d like to win, just fill in the Rafflecopter below. UK only, this giveaway ends at 23.59pm on the 7th of January 2018. Good luck!

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105 thoughts on “Star Name Registry | A Review & Giveaway

  1. I would love to win for my husband. It is his 40th birthday in May 2018, this would be an extra special surprise for him.

  2. If I win I shall name it after my best friend who passed away a year ago and give it to her two little girls who would love the idea that there mum really is a star in the sky!

  3. My husband as he has recently shown an interest in the stars. We are going to a dark evening at Kielder later this month.

  4. I’d love to win this for my dad 🙂 he’s fascinated by space and the night sky and he would LOVE this!

  5. I would love to win this for my half brother. He sadly lost his mum in the spring last year and this would be a perfect way to remember her.

  6. I would love to honour this in the name of my late mother in law
    She loved to sit out looking a5 the stars teaching her grandchildren about the formations
    So it would be very fitting to name one after her

  7. I would give this to my dad, he is obsessed with star trek so owning a star or constellation would take him that much closer to being in space

  8. I would love to win this for my Mum as she goes outside and talks to a star every night in place of my Dad <3 Hope you don't mind but I added a bit extra to my tweet as last time I tweeted from rafflecopters I ended up shadow banned x

  9. would love a star named after my lovely dad who is sadly not with us anymore in body but always in spirit the surname which would be for all of us too including mum who would be so pleased, even though us girls are married underneath we,ll always be barbers the Barber star always and ever shining in the sky

  10. I would love to win this for my daughter’s birthday this year. She is fascinated by space and the stars and wants to be an astro-physicist when she is older. We also have always called her our ‘Super Star’, so this would be perfect for her!

  11. For my 6 year old daughter who is fascinated by the night sky and would truly be so ecstatic if I was to win.

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