something kept, or to be kept, for the sake of, or in memory of, the giver, an event, etc.; memento
Something that one keeps because of the memories it calls to mind.
- Some object given by a person and retained in memory of something or someone; something kept for sentimental or nostalgic reasons.
- She gave him a lock of hair as a keepsake of their time together.
- (historical) Specifically, a type of literary album popular in the nineteenth-century, containing scraps of poetry and prose, and engravings.
- All Norwegian Cruises wedding packages include consultation with a wedding coordinator, ceremony, officiant, ceremony music, wedding cake for bride and groom and wine or champagne, a keepsake marriage certificate, and photography services.
- A picture is a great way to show off your engagement ring to friends and family members who may be far away, and a great picture of the ring makes a great memento for a scrapbook, engagement announcement, wedding album, or other keepsake.
- Many couples opt for Christian programs to emphasize the religious and spiritual nature of their ceremony, and there are many lovely design options to choose from to incorporate the Christian faith into this wedding keepsake.
- But there are options available to us that will make our quilts look more like the treasured scrap quilts of old, and there are three easy projects you can do to make keepsake quilts of your own from things around the house.
- Keepsake boxes and gift baskets are especially popular, though less elaborate gift sets may simply come bound together with a ribbon or cord.Some gift sets may be packaged with a variety of related items, aromatic or not.