- Product Description
Celebrate a new arrival with this Personalised Deluxe Photo Album - On Your Christening. Not only will it offer new parents a keepsake, but it will store those precious early memories in elegance.
The photo album boasts a high-quality construction, manufactured using hardy materials. It boasts a hard, satin cover that provides an ideal blank canvas for your own dedicated personalisation.
A cross and the words, 'ON YOUR CHRISTENING' have been expertly printed by our team of professionals. It is below this that you can add a name, a date and the name of the church or venue.
This super thoughtful gift boasts a classic design that would appeal to traditional couples. Inside, choose from a regular size of 31 interleaved white pages or a larger size with 51 pages.
Each page is interleaved with traditional tissue, providing a safe place for all those adorable pictures. This album, when filled, is sure to become a family keepsake.
- Personalised photo album
- Taditional tissue interleaved
- Hard satin cover
- Expertly printed
- Available in 2 sizes
- Regular size: 31 interleaved white sheets (62 pages)
- Regular size: Each pages measure approx. H:24cm W:24cm
- Regular size: Measures approx. H:25cm W:25cm
- Large size: 51 interleaved white sheets (102 pages)
- Large size: Each pages measure approx. H:32cm W:28cm
- Large size: Measures approx. H:33cm W:31cm
- Delivery & Returns
Sent via 2nd Class Mail for only £3.99.
Sent via 1st Class Mail for only £4.99.
*NEXT WORKING DAY (when available)
Orders received by 3:00 pm Monday to Friday, sent via courier tracked service for only £7.99. Delivery for Mon to Fri only.
The cost for delivery to European countries is calculated based on the destination. Please allow approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch, however, this is not guaranteed.
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Sunday, 1 November 2015 (by Sandi)