Post # 1
I am looking for someone who makes personalised charms or even jewellery who would be willing to make a bouquet charm.
I am getting married in 5 weeks, and my son tragically died a few months ago so i would like a piece of him with me when I walk downthe aisle. My son loved the childrens program ‘In the night garden’ so i would like the character ‘Iggle Piggle’ to be my something blue.
Any ideas of where i could get this would be a great help.
Post # 4
I could help you out–I made mine for my bouquet!
Post # 5
I am so sorry to hear the sad news. I second checking out etsy.com, there are a lot of sellers that make charms, and will personalize them.
Post # 6
That is so sad to hear. Sorry for your loss! I used a photo charm in my bouquet. I recommend PhotoCharmShop on Etsy.com. The shop owner was very easy to work with and very nice. I emailed her a pic of my mother who passed away. It was a pic from when she was a bride. This is what it ended up looking like:
Post # 7
Have you considered making one??? If you can diy and can cut a small photo of the character out you can modge podge it on to a blank charm. Look at the scrabble piece diy in the diy section – saw it the other day and it turned out great. Or you could get a large locket and put a photo of the character and your son inside. that way you could keep the locket after the wedding.
Post # 8
Thanks for all your comments! I have had a look on etsy and spoken to a few sellers, will let you know how I get on, am thinking about doing a photo charm and a charm of my sons favourite cartoon character made in a tiny scale, will hopefully upload photos soon:)
Post # 9
please check out this website it may be just what you are looking for. there are three characters perhaps the other two could be made into cuflinks for your fiance
Post # 10
Etsy.com is amazing but can be a pain from the UK so I thought i’d add my 2 cents!!, wedding ideas magazine http://www.weddingideasmag.com/ has little photo frames for 99p that are designed to attach to your bouquet, or a friend of mine had a poem she wrote about her son (it was read out at his funeral) printed onto ribbon and was then used to bined her bouquest together, very sweet. x