Sunday, 7 August 2011

Personalised bridesmaid gifts – Wedding keepsakes

I had an order for my name on rice jewellery before I went away on holiday and I thought I would show it off. The original request was for several of my name on rice pendants for the lady’s bridesmaids. The wedding is due to take place this month, and the pendants are to be given to the bridesmaids during the wedding as personalised keepsake gifts for the special occasion.

As time went by the order grew to also provide personalised gifts for other wedding guests including the Mothers, friends and their daughter (who will be the flower girl) for the couple. I was asked to make each pendant personal to each person by including other objects such as flowers, pearls and glitter. Each pendant contains two grains of rice; the first grain of rice has the recipients’ name and the second grain was double sided incorporating the married couples initials with a heart, and on the reverse side the date of the wedding.

Personalised Bridesmaid Gifts

And here the wedding keepsakes are displayed in their presentation boxes and I also included little card inlays repeating the wedding details and the recipients’ name.

Wedding Keepsakes

It is a lovely feeling to know that my handmade gifts will be given out on such an important occasion. It is also good to know that these wedding keepsakes will be kept for years to come and will be used to bring back the happy memories of such a special time.

If you would like to read more about my personalised bridesmaid gifts please visit my unique bridesmaid gifts website page.

Mick

4 comments:

  1. A great idea for wedding gifts and beautifully packaged. I am sure they will be a talking point when people look back at the wedding in years to come.

    Ali x

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  2. Many thanks Ali and yes they are a lovely keepsake for a very special day.

    Mick

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  3. These are great - have you seen that Uri Geller's daughter is kind of doing mantelpiece time capsules? I love that that these can be worn, though, very original!

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  4. Thanks for the information and no I didn't realise that Natalie Geller was creating mantelpiece time capsules. Just had a look at them (Atropos.com if anyone is interested) and they do look fascinating!

    Mick

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