- Product Description
If you're looking for the perfect gift for your little wedding helpers, you've found it in this Personalised Wedding Photo Frame - Page Boy & Flower Girl. It's a keepsake gift that will be treasured for a lifetime.
Choose from a portrait or landscape styling, before opting for either a 4x6 or a 7x5 size. This flexibility allows you to have more creative control over your gift and ensure the frame perfectly suits your photograph.
Once you've added your photograph to this frame, it becomes a priceless gift that loved ones can hold on to. Your flower girl may be only young now, but one day she will display it in her own home as a memory of such a special day.
Simply add the wedding title of your choice to be expertly engraved at the top of the frame. This could be, 'FLOWER GIRL', or, 'PAGE BOY', or any other wedding role of your choice.
There's even room below this for you to add the unique details of your big day. With its solid wood design and classic oak styling, it will add warmth and light to any home.
- Engraved wooden picture frame
- Classic oak finish style
- Available in portrait or landscape
- Available for 6x4 and 7x5 photos
- Expertly engraved
- 7x5 frame measures approx. H:24.5cm W: 19.5cm D:1.5cm
- 6x4 frame measures approx. H:22cm W: 17cm D:1.5cm
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- 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 2:00 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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Thursday, 10 September 2015 (by Lauren Davies)Good afternoon,
I am wondering is the picture frame for Portrait only? or do you offer it Landscape?
Tuesday, 17 November 2015 (by chris)There are 4 possible lines to enter a personalised message. Do lines one and two refer to the top and bottom respectively of the frame?
Sunday, 28 July 2019 (by Anna)
Friday, 27 November 2015 (by Gregg)