A Moment Maker is anyone who wishes to share moments about your loved one. Depending on the package, you can choose to have 5, 10 or unlimited Moment Makers who can contribute to your online memorial.
Moments are messages, photos or videos that Moment Makers can share with you to be uploaded to your loved one’s dedicated Moments Page. Moments appear in chronological order to create a living timeline.
Our Moments Plaques come in plastic, brushed aluminium or bronze and are engraved with a unique QR code for a contemporary tribute to your lost loved one that unites family and friends through shared moments.
Your Moments Page can be a public or private online memorial where you can create a loving tribute to your loved one. Add a photo, biography, goals and dreams, family details, and a charity link for donations.
You have complete control over the account and its content. So you can vet and approve moments shared through the plaque’s QR code. You can also give certain trusted Moment Makers a one-time approval.
Our Golden Moments package comes with a lifetime warranty for your Moments Plaque, which means we’ll replace it if anything happens to it. Our Silver Moments package comes with a 24-month warranty.
If you have received help from a charity or have a charity that you would like to offer support to, you can do that within your Moments Page. Simply add your charity link and you’re done.
My husband died unexpectedly a short while after celebrating our golden anniversary. I wanted to keep his memory alive for our grandchildren, so my daughter helped me to set up Moments Made. It was much easier than I expected and the children love looking at photos of their grandad whenever they visit.
When my wife was diagnosed with Leukaemia at the age of 35, we wanted to make sure our two small children would remember her. Moments Made was perfect for us because we could set up her page and leave video messages for our boys in the vault for them to open when they’re older. Thank you Moments Made.
I bought the Golden Moments package after my brother passed away suddenly in 2022. It’s been really comforting to see all the messages from friends and relatives. I love having those memories all in one place. I look at them all the time and we regularly sit down as a family to view them. Highly recommended!