Name A Star

A Special Gift : Name Your Own Star Review & Giveaway

When it comes to buy a special gift I sometimes struggle. When it is a gift for someone special I find myself spending ages looking for that perfect gift. Some people are harder than others to buy for. I had heard about owning a small piece of land to become a lady a lord. However I haven’t heard about naming a star for someone. The idea of having a star named after you is pretty special.

Recently I was offered to review an Extra Bright Star Gift set from the Star Name Registry. I decided to name the star after my daughter Emily. She loves looking into the sky and looking at the stars so I knew that this would be the perfect gift for her and some thing she can treasure for the rest of her life.

As I had never bought a star for anyone before, I don’t quite know what to expect. When the gift set turned up I was thrilled. The set came in a lovely box, it contained a letter, a constellation map, details about the brightest star and a wonderful certificate in a frame. There was also two wooden roses which I thought was a nice touch.

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All the information in the set is really informative and I love the constellation map. I was able to show E which constellation her star is in.

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I chose the Gemini constellation because that is E’s star sign.

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The gift set comes with a star name deed that is framed in a lovely silver frame.

The Star Name Registry is UK’s no. 1 online star registry. They enter your named star when purchased into the star name registry within 24 hours and no star is never named twice in their star name registry so it will be totally unique!

What is another really great part of the gift, is that if you type your unique reference number in at the star register and google sky will take you straight to your star.

The Star name Registry do all sorts of star name packages to suit all budgets, starting from £14.99 for the standard star up to £69.99 for the Binary Star Gift set. All stars come with entry into the star register, a star name deed, sky atlas star maps and a confirmation letter. If you purchase a gift set you also get a the star name deed in a silver frame and the set comes in a lovely box with blue tissue paper.

It’s really simple to gift a star, you can choose the constellation, the name and even a message to go on the deed. They offer Quick and efficient delivery, just want you need for a gift – they are sent first class and will leave their office the day ordered if before 2.45pm. Plus there is no charge. If you are really in a hurry they can email the deed to you too.

I am really impressed with gift set, overall this is a product and service that I would highly recommend.  The uniqueness of naming your  own star makes this gift extra special.

Now the lovely people at the Star Registry are letting me give away the enveloped version of the Brightest star. It will include the certificate and constellation map.

Enter using the gleam app below.

UK only. Closing date 13th May 2017. There will be one winner and the prize will be arranged and sent direct from the Start Register.

A Brightest Star

Disclosure – I was gifted this lovely star gift set for the purpose of this review.,

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104 thoughts on “A Special Gift : Name Your Own Star Review & Giveaway

  1. Its a toss up between my husband and my boy, both enjoy gazing at the stars….its my husbands birthday first though 🙂

  2. In loving memory of my mum who lost her battle with Cervical Cancer in 2009, she will always be a my shining star!

  3. I’d love one of these for my little grandson Henry Oliver-Ray he’s my little star he wasn’t a very well baby and is now on the autism spectrum at 3 years old. He’s my little trooper this would be lovely for him to keep.

  4. I’d give it to my dad who’s a mad astronomer and it would be a great gift for him to make his own mark within the stars.

  5. My mom and i’d name the star Cheyenne after my niece as she is a star somewhere in the sky <3

  6. I would give the star to my eldest little lady, she is so into space, planets and stars and has been since she was 2 ( she will be 10 in August) we are surprising her with her very own proper telescope which she has asked for the last 5 christmases, so this would be absolutely the cherry on top if she could have her own star to look for as well

  7. i would give this star to my mum from my 3 boys, she lives in devon and we are up in scotland so when she was feeling a little alone she could look upto the stars and know my boys are shinnig down on her

  8. either my son Matthew as he is 16 this year, or keep it for me and my husband as it’s our 10th wedding anniversary this year too!

  9. I would give this to my Mum. She lost her beloved Husband 13 years ago and has often talked about naming a star after him.

  10. I’d give it to my sister – she lost her dad recently and I think she would like to name a star after him

  11. I’d give the star to my wife. I’d pick one in the Pisces constellation as that’s her sign. She loves astrology & astronomy.

  12. I would give this to my 2 daughters in commemoration of their grandad’s who both passed away this year.

  13. I would give it to my Goddaughter as a special gift. She loves all things magical, and would love a starry-eyed gift

  14. I would name the star after my Mum who sadly passed away in 2000. I would love to have a star named after her because she was always and continues to be, my shining star.

  15. I would love to win this for my mum, her husband is very poorly so thought it would be a nice thing for them to name together. Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  16. I would give it to my mum, who loves looking at the stars and she would probably name it after my dad who passed away 6 years ago x

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