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Tiny Photo Frames For Wedding Bouquets – Personalise Your Bouquet

This week our wedding decorations of the week are our tiny photo frames for wedding bouquets. Once you have chosen the flowers you would like to include in your bouquet it's time to think of other ways to make your bouquet special or meaningful. This could be choosing a ribbon that matches your bridesmaids dresses, or wrapping the stem of your bouquet in a vintage fabric that has been in your family for many years. Some brides choose to attach a family brooch to their bouquet. These tiny photo frames for bouquets allow you to attach a small photo to your bouquet. This could be a photo of a loved one who has passed away or someone you want close to you as you walk down the aisle. Or you could print the initials of your bridesmaids onto a piece of paper and place it inside a frame to persoanlise their bouquets.

Tiny Photo Frames For Wedding Bouquets

Tiny photo frames for wedding bouquets available from @theweddingomd View our tiny photo frames for bouquets for sale in our shop

Product Details

  • The tiny photo frame is made from glass with a brass frame, it opens on hinges and a photo or piece of paper can be inserted.
  • Two sizes available:
  • Small: outer frame size 3cm x 3cm
  • Large: outer frame size 5cm x 5cm
  • The frame has a ring, we suggest your add your own ribbon or twine to fasten to the bouquet.
  •  Other uses: escort cards or to press flowers after your wedding day
  • View in shop
  • Price - small £3.50 / large £4.50
Other Uses include:

Pressed Flowers

tiny frames for weddings pressed flower heads

Escort Cards

tiny frames for wedding escort cards

Unique button holes

feather buttonholes tiny photo frames Photo credit: Natalie J Weddings
Gemma
~ Creative Director at The Wedding of my Dreams. Gemma brings you inspiration for your big day through her blog posts as well as sourcing new wedding decorations & details available to buy online at www.theweddingofmydreams.co.uk.

2 Comments

  1. Hi, i have the dried button holes of my son and his Father in law, id like to get them somehow framed like you have done in the first picture, can you tell me if this is possible and how much it would cost please.

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