Christmas and stars simply go hand in hand. Even at the birth of Christmas, the star of Bethlehem indicated the way to the birthplace of Jesus. With a star baptism you can give away your very own star and surprise with a unique and eternal gift. Christmas is thus the perfect occasion for a star as a gift for eternity. We wish you a lot of fun with the star baptism and a wonderful Christmas.
You can buy a star by selecting one of the three packages. On the next page you can customize the selected star package.
Just enter the name of the star and we will take care of the rest.
Decide for yourself the scope of your star naming package.
Additional contents available for a surcharge.
With the Deluxe Package, we name one of the brightest stars of the respective constellation for you (brighter than the highest category in the professional package). You can add a personal dedication and freely choose the constellation. Our most popular extras are already included. You save £80 compared to buying everything separately.
Are you still not sure which name you want to give your star? Or do you want that the recipient can choose the name? Then a voucher is the right alternative for you!
Name your star + Illuminated acrylic star
An acrylic star with your star name, the date of naming and the HIP number of your star. The acrylic star is supplied with two LED bases, which can light up in different colors (white, blue/red, green/orange and more).
You can further enhance your star naming with many extras. For example, the acrylic star with your star data is an absolute eye-catcher on your shelf or your desk.
We are particularly proud of the high print quality of our gift packages. Your documents for the star baptism are printed in a professional printing house and your star is registered in the international star register "Starling Star Registry". Of course, we only baptize stars that are visible to the naked eye.
Record of the name
in the international
Starling® Star Registry.
Professional printing on
heavy 250 g/m2 cardboard.
All stars named
can be seen with the naked eye.