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This is the ideal way for a married couple to look back on their first year of marriage through the lens of the press.
- Personalize with the couple’s names, date of marriage and personal presentation message
- Includes a full newspaper from a date of your choice
- Contains 24 pages to record memories of their first year together
- Cream silver fleck finish with foil embossing
- A4 size and comes with option of luxury gift box
The first year of marriage is a very special time. Help a newlywed couple celebrate their first anniversary with this truly thoughtful and personalized first anniversary book. Not only does the book include a full LA Times or Washington Post newspaper from the day of the couple’s wedding, but they can also use it to collate all their fondest memories from that year. Presented in an elegant cream cover, with a pair of silver rings embossed on the front, the book’s cover is also embossed with the couple’s names and date of their big day.
This wonderful gift can be personalized with the couple’s names, along with the date of their wedding day. For an added personal touch, you can also include a personal presentation message in the book’s opening page. Why not complete this gift with a luxury gift box? The recipients of this book will be touched by your thoughtful idea, as this newspaper anniversary book comprises an unforgettable keepsake that they will treasure for years to come.
How to Personalize Your Anniversary Record Book
Personalize this delightful dedication gift with the couple’s names, up to 22 characters, which will be printed on the title page and embossed on the cover, along with the date of their wedding day. For an added personal touch, you can also include a personal presentation message, over five lines of 30 characters, in the book’s opening page.
A4 in size, this beautiful book features a pearlescent cream cover, reminiscent of a stunning wedding dress, and silver embossing. 18 blank pages are also included at the beginning of the book for the couple to collate their own special memories.