Our Wedding Chronicles: Signature Frame

Our Wedding Chronicles: Signature Frame

Category: Our Wedding Chronicles


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NOTE: I’m making a series of blogs narrating the events last year that led to our wedding on December 22, 2007. I’m making this to share to others and for me and my wife to always remember how we became hitched to each other. This is the eleventh blog in the series.

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At the entrance to the reception, we put a signature frame for guests to sign on and leave us their message. It was made of tarpaulin and was made-to-order by some of our office mates for us as a gift.

Aside from having framed in a box the items we used during the wedding ceremony and at the reception, we also have the signature frame enclosed in glass.

signature frame 1 signature frame 2

signature frame 3 signature frame 4

The signature frame is life-sized, 3 feet x 5 feet. We also have it framed at Pyl Green Frames of Davao City, the same one who made our box frame. We paid P1,900 to get the job done.

signature frame

Coming next: The Wedding Album.

Please also read my related posts at my old site:

Our Wedding Chronicles: Pamanhikan
Our Wedding Chronicles: Engagement Ring
Our Wedding Chronicles: Invitation
Our Wedding Chronicles: Pre-Wedding Preparations
Our Wedding Chronicles: The Wedding

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9 Responses to “Our Wedding Chronicles: Signature Frame”

  1. Jared - Love and Business Says:

    that’s really an interesting way of letting your friends voice out their joy by writing on a tarpaulin with the pictures of you two. I remember doing this in debuts and graduations but I didn’t think this could also work in weddings. Your remind me of a blogger who made a post somewhere about video presentations.

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    ark Reply:

    Of course it works. Our wedding is proof of that. It’s a good souvenir to remind you of the friends who made it to your special day.

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  2. Suburban Survivalist Says:

    What a wonderful keepsake! That could be used in a picture frame by itself or even as a background in a shadow box! How much did it cost to have made?

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    ark Reply:

    We paid P1,900 for it. That’s around $40 at the current exchange rate. :-)

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  3. analyn Says:

    ganda naman,xcited na ko makita ung album nio…….

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    ark Reply:

    Abangan mo na lang. Visit ka lang lagi dito.

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  4. Meet Her Here Says:

    This is an excellent idea for a wedding. However, what I want to focus on is the joy that I felt when I read this. Typically, at least in the United States, the woman is always the one who talks a lot about her wedding. Men care about the wedding, but they don’t gush about it like women do. It was nice to see you express your feelings about the wedding and very refreshing to read. Congratulations! I wish you many years of success in life with your wife and your wonderful marriage! Marriage is an excellent thing, so good for you!

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    ark Reply:

    That might be true but it doesn’t mean that us guys can’t write about things like this. I’m doing this to let the world know how much our wedding day means so much to me and how I really love my wife. Thanks for the warm wishes. :-)

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  5. W Garden Says:

    Hi Long time reader first time poster.
    Great post it helped me alot.

    Thanx

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