Where can you name a star as a memorial gift or for someone who died? The first thing that I want to tell you is, that I am really sorry for your loss. I know this is a difficult time for you, your family and/or your friends and you are probably very busy right now.
My Name is Arthur Burghardt, I am the Founder of Interstellarium and this article is about naming or buying stars as a memorial gift or for someone who died, and if this is even the right gift for you.
But the short answer: Yes, you can name a star at Interstellarium as a memorial gift or for someone who died.
Is naming a star the right memorial gift for you?
Many of our potential customers ask themselves, should I name a star as a memorial gift?
The answer to that question: It depends.
What do you expect from this gift?
Many people name stars so that they can hang the certificate on the wall and remember their wife, husband, parent or friend.
Some people buy a star certificate to give it to the deceased during the burial. Anything is possible.
But you have to understand one thing about this gift: It is a symbolic and unmeterialistic gift and not something like jewelry.
Question: I want to name a star in memory of someone, but what will it cost?
Our pricing starts at 39,90 USD and I will tell you straight, that we’re not the cheapest ones.
You can name a star starting from 19,90 USD at competing star naming companies but here’s the problem:
Most offers which are sold for about 20$ have low-quality certificates and in most cases, the star is not even visible.
And I don’t want to sell something something like that.
Every star which is named by us is visible and the certificate is printed on high-quality 180g/m² thick high-glossy paper using the latest printing technologies.
It is your descision if you want to pay a little bit more or go with a less costly, cheaper offer.