memoryKPR

Design and
Tell your Story

Our mission is simple, it's to ensure you are always only one click away from that special place dedicated to you capturing, crafting, reliving, and protecting your memories.
See an example story

Invite with a QR code

Personalize memories

Style images

Import from social media

Record audio

Organize memories

Share with friends & family

Invite with a QR code

Personalize memories

Integrates with

Paul Allen

Founder of

Ancestry and Soar

I love the concept and I hope it spreads so that millions of people around the world can share their stories with people they love in a beautiful new way.

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Ways people are using memoryKPR

Family

#Puglife

Relationship

Our First Year Together

Legacy

Our Little Peanut

You're the memory maker.

We're your memory keeper.

Why memoryKPR

All types of media

Add all kinds of memories to your story - pictures, videos, text, and audio. Then organize your story the way you want.

Invite Contributors

Effortlessly invite anyone to contribute and share memories to your story with a link or QR code. Perfect for placing on the table at weddings.

Get Help from Experts

Get help writing, curating, or converting old media to digital to honor and preserve your memory.

Why memoryKPR?

Ready to create your first story?

What Our Customers Are Saying

When my dad passed away, memoryKPR provided a place for family, friends, and even strangers to share beautiful stories with us. It warmed my heart to see everyone’s memories of him.

Haley B.

When my boss retired, I wanted to show him how much of an impact he had on our company. The employees’ submissions made him feel very valuable. It was the perfect gift.

Nathan W.

Be the Author of

Your Story

Cherish memories together your way; You control the story, who co-authors, who contributes (from one person to a large group), how they contribute (online or in-person QR) and who sees it.
Try out Bowser's story