I’m always looking for meaningful anniversary gift ideas and I think framing a special moment in time is the perfect one!
I’m always looking for meaningful anniversary gift ideas and I think framing a special moment in time is the perfect one! I’m so happy with how this shadowbox of these concert tickets turned out from Framebridge.
One of the best parts about Framebridge is that they have designers that can help you frame your project based on your design style. I knew I wanted to “float mount” these tickets to give a shadowbox effect. After letting them know that and my style, they helped me through the process and kept me involved the entire time. It truly couldn’t be easier!
Trey and I met at a concert. One of his bands was playing, and I was a concert “goer”. We truly have been inseparable since. I went to that concert with my best friend, and on my bachelorette party she gave me the tickets from that night. It was amazing that she still had them, and I treasure them so much. This was the perfect way to save that moment in time that has become one of my all time favorite nights. It has been one of my best anniversary gift ideas to date!
Since I have become a wife and mom I’ve become more sentimental. I love the idea of capturing a picture of a special place, tickets from an important event, invites, etc. Be sure to use promo “beauarrow15” and receive 15% off your first order!!!
It’s hard to believe it’s already been two years since we tied the knot. We (almost) have two babies in that time and every day I am thankful for our marriage. Nothing is more important to me. Trey is easy to love and life is just fun with him. I remember thinking on our wedding day that I couldn’t love anyone more, but somehow watching him with Georgie, I absolutely do! He has embraced being a husband and father whole heartedly and we sure love him something fierce.
Ok, enough sappy stuff, I’m off to our anniversary dinner! Hope everyone has a great week, make sure to let the ones you love know how much they mean to you, and not just on the “important days.”