I am overly excited to share this post for so many different reasons. It’s for all the Angel Mom’s out there, it’s for anyone who has suffered a loss, and I hope when other’s lose children, you’ll share this post with them. I’ll link it under “Help” on the navigation bar up above.
After losing Preslee, I was given multiple necklaces with pictures, birth stones, and her initials. To this day I still love them, and it’s a quiet way to keep her close to my heart. Over the years I’ve received many e-mails asking me where to find necklaces, and I haven’t always known how to answer since they were gifts. Many times custom necklaces are expensive, so it’s not always the most affordable piece to purchase.. But I’ve finally found a very affordable, yet beautiful product for all of you who have suffered a loss, and would like a necklace for yourself.
Meet this amazing couple, Amanda and her husband Jason.
They create some amazing pieces of jewelry, and currently offer memorial pieces at a significantly lower price. All the details are posted below, but here’s a little of what they have to offer.
Written by Amanda
How did Meah by Amanda come about?
I was loving the style of jewelry that we now work on and I LOVE anything custom. I couldn't find anything that was perfect for me or the one-of-a-kind quality I was looking for, so my husband and I decided it was something we could do ourselves. I love to create and my husband is an engineer so he pays amazing attention to detail. I do all the creating and he does the soldering which I have no patience for ;)
After making and creating for myself, my family and friends, people started to ask for custom pieces and that just kept going until we started a small hobby business. We both still have our careers but this is something we can do together and quenches my thirst for a creative outlet and my husband likes to do the tinkering and is a great help with organizing and the computer work involved as well.
And that is Meah...just me and my husband tinkering into the night after the littles are fast asleep.
How did we get into memorial pieces?
A friend/coworker of mine and I followed an Inch of Gray and loved her writing style and her witt. When we learned of the tragic loss of her sweet Jack, my friend proposed that we put together some pieces to send to the family. We went through her blog and took what we thought would be very meaningful photos and sayings and created pieces for both Anna and her daughter and a keychain for her husband. My friend sent them out and that was that. A while later she sent a note back thanking us and saying how much it meant to her to have such a personal a piece to carry close to her heart.
After Anna's sweet words I thought it might be a great idea to offer memorial pieces at significantly reduced price. She loved the idea and so we went with it. At first we offered it to mothers but very soon after I opened it to anyone that would find comfort in such a piece. I had no idea how far it would reach. We had requests from all over the world.
As people shared their stories with us and with every piece we created, my husband and I both realized that this was sort of a ministry for us. We pray for every family that we work with and I remember every single face of every 'child' (old or young) that I've ever worked on and I remember all of their stories.
And as I write this, Jack's picture is sitting on my shelf along with several other pictures that families have sent us through this journey :)
This isn't a one-time-offer for us. We will continue to offer memorial pieces at the lowest prices we can. Indefinitely.
- The options are really endless.
- We offer necklaces, bracelets or key chains.
- The cost is $25 and that includes the necklace, chain and 1-2 charms or beads and shipping in the U.S. The only time the price increases is if we don't have a charm that someone is looking for and in that case we only charge what it costs us. We try to keep the pieces as close as we can to our cost so they can be enjoyed by everyone.
- We take payment through PayPal or by check to make it as easy as possible.
What we need to get started:
We take orders by email at
Once we get a request we will work with the recipient on the details to make them just right.
There are just good people in this world, and I feel Amanda and Jason are two of them.