The Washington Post has been in publication since 1877 and is one of the most respected new outlets in the world. To honor or commemorate a specific date from the last 140 years, how about a beautifully bound brown leather or green leatherette complete copy of the day’s newspaper along with other major headlines from the year? This fascinating reading material is part time capsule, part collector’s item and is destined to be a gift that doesn’t get forgotten.
To honor a major anniversary or birthday, or for a class reunion or any other special date; this custom gift colors in the world views that go beyond their special moment. They might be surprised about what they missed! They might get a laugh about some of the things that seemed to matter back then. They will definitely love flipping through the pages and being brought back to that powerful moment in their life through the world’s biggest stories.
The traditional Leather Anniversary is the 3rd year of marriage; so this gift is a natural fit for that. It can be for their actual wedding date, or for the day that they met, or the day he proposed....whichever date you think will make them swell up with that love and adoration that brought them together in the first place. Embossing on the cover is gold so this makes a fabulous 50th golden anniversary gift, too.
Customize the cover with custom embossing of up to 25 characters. You can put their names, the date, another note that is perfectly unique to that day and your relationship. Some people put a line of poetry or a quote. The choice is yours.
And if you need more room to wax poetic, there’s a spot on the title page where you can add 6 lines of text at 30 characters each.Just be sure to double, triple and quadruple check the spelling, details and capitalization so that it is just the way you’d like it.
- Book measures 12 inches by 15 inches
- Book weighs 51 ounces
- 25 character cover embossing
- Choose from green leatherette or brown leather
- 5 lines of text (30 characters each) plus 1 line for a label on the title page