Personalised Wedding Tray using an invitation
- A classic wedding invitation dining room tray by Lady Clare.
- Remember your special day every time your use it.
- A beautiful wedding gift.
Despatch of this item is approximately 8 to 10 weeks from the date of ordering
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Personalised Wedding Invitation Tray
Immortalise your wedding invitation within this stunning tray by Lady Clare, so you can remember your special day every time you use it! One of your own wedding invitations can be mounted in either Oxford navy blue (illustrated), bottle green, regal burgundy red or black, with a gilded surround - please select your choice of colour from the dropdown list above.
The wedding invitation can be any shape as the mount is cut specially to fit, and the whole base of the interior of the tray is covered in strong glass. The tray has a felt backing so it won't scratch surfaces. It makes a wonderful gift, either as a wedding present for the happy couple, as a wedding anniversary present for a married couple or even for your spouse!
Overall Tray Size: 55cm (22') x 39cm (15')
Maximum size of invitation: 40cm (16') x 30cm (12')
Of course it doesn't have to be an invitation. It could be a painting or photograph (of your house, children or your pet) for example. Please note that any ribbons around the invitation will be removed so that the glass can lie flat.
How to send us your Invitation
Once you have completed your order, please send us two copies of your wedding invitation or artwork, quoting your Present Finder order number and contact telephone number to:
Personalised Wedding Tray Order
The Present Finder C/O Lady Clare Ltd
Old Ends Lane Ind. Est.
Gloucestershire, GL10 3RQ
The product ordered, a personalised wedding invitation tray, was exactly as I anticipated; an excellent wedding present. Time was short, and the makers went to great lengths to ensure a prompt delivery. They were efficient, quick and thoroughly professional - and produced a first class product. Recommended and commended
Sir Richard Swinburn