wedding shadow box

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cailin alainn Posts: 17
Looking for an irish/english company that produces wedding shadow boxes to display invites,button holes, ribbons etc. Have this website www.artandframingservices.com but its a bit pricey. I know I could tackle it myself but would prefer a professional company. Any ideas/experiences? thanks
mkb Posts: 1744
do you mean someone to dry out button holes and your bouquet. a woman up the road from me does this and mount syour flowers in a display frame for €150. It takes couple of months but it turns out fantastic. I love mine. i can send you a pic of mine and her number if want.
coco11 Posts: 309
Pardon my ignorance but what is a shadow box??? :duh:
leyenda Posts: 9
This is the best I've come up with so far, still searching though http://cgi.ebay.ie/12-x-12-INCH-NATURAL ... 3caf1b0c58
leyenda Posts: 9
Actually, just did a search for '3d box frames' and got these http://www.decoupage-frames.co.uk/store ... =BoxFrames http://www.borrowedmoments.co.uk/html/frames.html
Cotswolds Posts: 152
Hi, This is a beautiful version £55, but worth it I think as you will have it forever! http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/roseg ... splay_case
reetz Posts: 99
[quote="MKB":3pie8p05]do you mean someone to dry out button holes and your bouquet. a woman up the road from me does this and mount syour flowers in a display frame for €150. It takes couple of months but it turns out fantastic. I love mine. i can send you a pic of mine and her number if want.[/quote:3pie8p05] Can you send me a pic of yours and where is the lady based? Cheers.
mkb Posts: 1744
girls I actually just found her on WOL. [url:6bv2ms8g]http://www.weddingsonline.ie/supplier-directory/item/6581/anne-donohue-bouquet-preservation-preserved-bouquets/9/[/url:6bv2ms8g] I can still send you a pic she did of mine if want. My flowers were purple and they came out amazing. the colour will fade eventually but it is a lovley keep sake and it looks great hanging in my hall if I do say so myself. :)
Sprocket Posts: 1671
[quote="flowerbomb11":20452v00]Pardon my ignorance but what is a shadow box??? :duh:[/quote:20452v00] A shadow box is a deep frame so that you can frame 3D things, like your bouquet after it's been dried, as opposed to a photo frame which could only frame 2D items, photos/paper etc.
cailin alainn Posts: 17
Thanks everybody. Was going to collect a few items (invite,booklet,menu,ribbons,picture etc) and get them put together with material to for a shadow box/3d box display. If I can't get some professional to do so I'll give it a go myself... :)