Sympathy Gift Box Set- Large (100)


The Large Memory Guest Box Set provides a keepsake box with the choice of mourning symbol (pin, ribbon, or bracelet) on 100 cards to be shared with guests at a memorial service in honor of the deceased.  The back of the card provides the option to have space for guests to write a memory, then return the card to the family as a treasured keepsake.

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Product Description

The Large Funeral Box Set provides a keepsake box with the choice of mourning symbol (pin, ribbon or bracelet) on 100 cards, to be shared at a funeral with family and friends. Text can be chosen to be as from family to family, family to guests, or family to attendants, or “With Sympathy”. The Large Box Set is also available as a Memory Guest Box Set.

The unique feature of the Large Memory Guest Box Set is that the back of the presentation cards allows guests to write down a memory. The filled out card is then returned to the family as a treasured keepsake of their loved one.

Choose Box Color – Brown – Black – White – A decorative keepsake box with a hinged lid and magnetic closure.  Size: 6”L x 1.5”H x 4.25”D Choose symbol – Ribbon – Nylon ribbon with attached safety pin, 2.25″ high , Pin – Zinc alloy pin with enamel fill, butterfly closure, 1.5″ high or Bracelet – Embossed silicone bracelet with the word “REMEMBER” with black ribbon awareness symbols in front and behind. Card Text Front -Family Box Set -(worded family to other family members) – Guest Box Set (worded family to guests) – With Sympathy (

Additional Information

Weight1.1 kg
Dimensions34 × 15 × 13 cm
“You can never recover from losing a person you love, but you can find a way to let it be part of your life rather than letting it take over every part of you.”
Darien Gee, Friendship Bread
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Tess Thompson
“I thought I could describe a state; make a map of sorrow. Sorrow, however, turns out to be not a state but a process.”
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