Name a Star for Valentine’s Day
Can you think of any other way to say ‘you’re a star’ or ‘I Love You’? Here at Love My Gifts you can! The Name a Star for Valentine’s Day is unique and speaks for itself. A romantic gift for lovers to show them how much they mean to you.
Once you receive your Name a Star you will receive a welcome letter and gift registration form where you can follow the instructions and register your star either via the post or online. You will then receive your certificate of registration in the post.
What’s inside my Name a Star?
- Welcome Letter
- Your Gift Explained
- Gift registration form
- Star Details leaflet
- A History of Stars leaflet
- Stars Facts & Figures leaflet
- Stars & Astronomy booklet
- Constellations souvenir poster
Looking up to the sky on a lovely clear evening will never be the same again. A perfect gift to last a lifetime with your Valentine’s.
How long do I have to register my gift?
You need to register your gift before the ‘register by’ date on your gift registration booklet. We recommend that you register your gift as soon as possible.
How long does it take for me to receive my Star Deed certificate?
This will be dispatched within 28 days receipt of your registration details. Occasionally, factors outside of Gift Republic’s control may affect delivery times.
Are there any restrictions on star names?
Names deemed to include foul or abusive language will not be registered.
Will other people be able to name my star?
There are millions of stars in the night sky and we guarantee that each star is named only once in the Star Catalogue. No one else can name your star!
Do I own my named star?
It is not possible to grant legal ownership to a star. You don’t own the star (neither does anyone else!) but you – and you alone – will have named it!
Can I see my star?
The magnitude (brightness) of your star is listed on your Star Details Sheet which forms part of this gift, along with your star’s co-ordinates. Due to the number of stars in the night sky, it is unlikely that your star will be visible, however with your star’s co-ordinates, it is possible to research your star and plot its location. You may need to visit your local library to help you. Alternatively, there are numerous astronomy websites on the internet that will help.
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