Create an online memory jar (folder/album).
Fill it with wishes and memories for the couple.
Invite other people to post wishes.
Gift physical products customized with the wishes.
Hetal & Hiren just got engaged, and their friends want to do something special to celebrate. Their friend Naya suggests collecting wishes from all of Hetal and Hiren’s loved ones, so they can be included in the celebration. Naya sets up a memory jar and shares the jar link in her friend group for everyone to add their messages. Her friends help forward the link to everyone who cares about Hetal & Hiren. Soon enough, there’s an outpour of love and best wishes for the couple on their memory jar link, which they will see at a surprise dinner (but treasure for life).View Sample Engagement Jar
Every engagement story is beautiful, but some beauty is more memorable than other beauty. In the past few years, we’ve heard (and thought of) a lot of engagement stories. A 300 person party where everyone posts live wishes for the couple in their memory jar. The COVID-stricken engagement where loved ones from all over the world send in wishes through a memory jar. And even a memory jar planned by coworkers for colleagues who met and fell in love at the office. But my personal favorite will always be the fairy light story.
A boyfriend makes a private memory jar just for him and his girlfriend, filled with little moments from the day they met to the day he planned the surprise proposal. When he receives his physical memory jar and memory prints, when his girlfriend is asleep, he starts a trail of fairy lights from their bedroom to their backyard. Each fairy light has one memory clipped to it, with a note from him. Finally, at the end of the trail is a customized glass jar, which holds a ring and a promise. Then, the girlfriend wakes up. And her days of being a bachelorette? Long gone.