Loved + Blessed Subscription Box Review – March 2016
Loved + Blessed is a faith-based, monthly subscription box. Each month, you will receive little gifts that help remind you to walk in faith throughout your day.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes)
The Subscription Box: Loved + Blessed
The Cost: $10/month + $3 shipping
COUPON: Get your first month’s shipping for free with code LOVEMSA!
The Products: items curated to provide faith-based encouragement, including mini posters, stickers, scripture cards, and a special gift.
Ships to: US
On the inside of the box’s lid, Loved + Blessed includes an encouraging paragraph, expressing their vision for that month. This month, the theme is “brokenness.”
Every box also comes with an informational card detailing the items featured that month.
This is the mini poster, reminder sticker, and scripture cards this month. Every month’s box includes these items, but the content/designs vary according to the theme.
Loved + Blessed Pen
A sewing kit is a thoughtful representation for the “brokenness” theme. Also, it’s very practical! I actually didn’t have one before this.
There was also this fill-in-the-blank card included in my box – I think it’d make a good reminder. Write something you need help being encouraged about/remembering and stick it somewhere!
Verdict: I think Loved + Blessed box is a great box! I always find their messages to be impactful and their gift items to be thoughtfully chosen. I think this box fills a specific niche in the subscription box market – there are definitely few faith-based subscription boxes that I’ve seen, and I know there’s a market for them. I think Loved + Blessed has good concepts and interesting ideas. I don’t do a specific, value-based evaluation of this box due to its nature, but I know many of our readers have expressed that the monthly encouragement and message are well worth the $10 cost. Also, I have to point out that this isn’t a box that has the purpose or goal of providing a “good deal” or focuses on monetary value or material worth, anyway.
If you are the target demographic or have been searching for a Christian Encouragement/Faith-based/Scripture subscription, I think this is a consistently well-executed and thoughtful option!
What do you think about Loved + Blessed?