“Forget Me Not” Flower Signature Collection

This Collection memorializes pregnancy loss and reproductive loss.

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When a pregnancy or reproductive loss occurs, it impacts everyone – women, men, extended family, friends and loved ones.

If you have experienced this unique and painful loss, we are sorry for your loss and hope that the “Forget Me Not Flower” can be a part of your healing journey.


In the U.S. alone, 1 in 4 pregnancies ends in miscarriage and 2.4 million fetal and neonatal deaths occur in the perinatal period. The emotional pain can be acute, prolonged and almost universally underestimated.

The “Forget Me Not Flower:”

  • Honors those impacted by pregnancy and reproductive loss.
  • Raises awareness for the millions of people touched by this kind of loss every year.
  • Gives those grieving a way to share their story and process their loss.
  • Helps parents understand that they are not alone and that their children will not be forgotten.

The “Forget Me Not Flower” can be worn anytime, especially during October’s Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month and October 15th, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day.


The “Forget Me Not Flower” Signature Collection of memorial and remembrance items include jewelry, sympathy cards, and comfort gift boxes, all featuring the “Forget Me Not” flower.

The “Forget Me Not” pins are available as traditional pins and magnetic pins that can be placed on clothes, purses, and, for medical professionals, on ID badges or lab coats. All proceeds support those impacted by reproductive loss.

The sympathy cards were designed by famed chinoiserie artist, Allison Cosmos in support of those impacted.

The Collection is for purchase at the Shop at ReproductiveGrief.org. All proceeds benefit those impacted.

On a budget? Want to share your compassion or concern, or tell your own story?  Download our free, “Forget Me Not” cards to open the door to a conversation about reproductive loss. Great for clipboards, handouts, the back of IDs, reception desks or just about anywhere.


You may also want to visit our free “Helpful Toolkits” for resources and help for women, men, family and friends. It includes the “Top 10 Terrible Things People Say After Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss” and the “Top 10 Terrific Things That Caring People Say After Pregnancy and Reproductive Loss.” There is also a separate Helpful Toolkit just for Healthcare Professionals.


You may also be interested in memorializing your loss by placing a butterfly on our Memorial Wall at our Institute campus in San Diego. You and your loved ones can have a white, ceramic butterfly placed on our Memorial Wall in memory of a pregnancy or reproductive loss. For a suggested donation of $25, your butterfly can include an optional name, date, initials or other memory, handwritten on the wings by our staff, before being placed on the Memorial Wall.

If you’d like information on your own butterfly memorial, or have any questions or comments, please email: WeRemember@ReproductiveGrief.org.