Family heirlooms are priceless connections to our family history. But for heirlooms to remain meaningful, their stories must be passed on as well. Otherwise, great-grandma’s candlesticks or grandpa’s tools might end up at the local thrift store, featured on an episode of ‘Pawn Stars’ or simply thrown in the garbage!
One way to ensure your children, grandchildren and generations beyond value the family heirlooms as you do, is by preserving the stories and history behind them in an Heirloom Video by Family Tree Video.
An Heirloom Video records one or more family members sharing stories and family history connected with the heirloom. Memories are shared in either audio or video interviews. Edited together with images of the heirloom and old family photos, the final video is a captivating modern-day heirloom itself.
Best of all, an Heirloom Video can be played at family gatherings such as on Thanksgiving and at family reunions. And, because the movie is easy to duplicate and share, every family member can have a copy of the movie for their own!
Ensure your family heirlooms stay relevant and meaningful to your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren by preserving their stories and history today.
To learn more about capturing your stories in an Heirloom Video, visit us at FamilyTreeVideo.com.
~ Legacy Videos ~
Give your parent or grandparent the gift of a lifetime by capturing their life story for your family to know!
Here at Family Tree Video we produce Legacy Videos, modern-day memoirs that weave a filmed interview with a parent or grandparent together with family photos, documents, maps and other memorabilia. The result is a beautiful “moving” portrait capturing your loved one sharing their life story, family history and memories – a gift your family will treasure for generations to come.
To learn more about capturing your parent or grandparent’s life story in a Legacy Video, visit us at FamilyTreeVideo.com
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“There are only two lasting bequests we can give our children.
One is roots, and the other, wings.” — H. S. Carter