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Love Letter Ceremony Box Set
The 14 1/8 inch wide by 11 inch long by 4 inch high walnut veneer wood lock box is decorated with an ornate gold inlayed scroll design around the border of the lid. The silver key with purple lance opens the lock box to reveal two glass wine glasses and a bottle of the bride and groom's favorite bottle of wine or sparkling grape juice (wine not included). The two glasses bear etched inscriptions that read 'I Do' and 'I Do Too', respectively. Tucked in the velvet-lined inside of the box top are the sealed letters; one from the bride, to her groom and one from the groom to his bride. The outside of the box lid is personalized with the bride and groom's names and wedding date.
Note: Includes Walnut Veneer Wine Box with Lock, 1 Pair Wine Goblets, Exclusive Stationery for Bride and Groom, Example Ceremony Wording and Instructions. Feather quill charm different than photographed.
*Wine Not Included
Box Measures 14 1/8" x 11" x 4" H
The Wine goblets are engraved with "I do" and "I do too"
This set may be personalized with couples Names and Wedding Date for an additional $5.00
Add a third line for $4.00 more
Before the Wedding:
The bride and groom use the included love letter stationery to write each other a love letter, telling them how much they love the other person, what they love and why they want to spend the rest of their lives with this person. The letters are then sealed in individual envelopes and place in the lock box letter sleeve.
After the Wedding Vows:
The officiate will give a short presentation on the meaning and use of the love letter box. Then the bride will hand her letter to the groom and the groom will hand his letter his bride. The couple will then place their letters in the box, close the lid and together, turn the key to lock the box for safe-keeping.
After the Wedding:
The love letter box is only to be opened for one of two reasons. First, if ever the husband and wife are facing difficult times and questioning their marriage, they are to open the box, have a glass of wine or other beverage they chose to insert, and then read the letter written for them in privacy to reflect on the reasons they married many years ago.
The second reason to open the lock box is for an anniversary date the bride and groom may choose to reflect on the beginning of their marriage and life together.
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