Why have your wedding guests sign a guest book, only to put it on a shelf? Thumbprint trees make a nice alternative and look great framed!
The Savannah Live Oak Tree measures 16x20 inches. It's printed with the finest archival inks and will not fade with age. This tree accommodates 70-100 thumbprints (give or take a few). It comes mounted on sturdy 1/4 inch thick black foam core, so you won't have to worry about it wrinkling prior to, or on your Big Day. It will stand up nicely on an easel for display too!
Want a little pop of color? Add a few love birds to your tree:
Need a larger tree? See this listing:
Let me know your names, date and location of your wedding, and font choice in the "message to seller" section at checkout. You are not limited to this wording, you can customize with a quote about love, Bible verse, etc.
*I will email/convo you with a proof of your tree for your approval prior to sending it to print. This is your opportunity to make absolutely certain there are no typos! Unless otherwise specified, your proof will have the font from the first photo in the listing. Proofs left unapproved after 30 days will be deemed fit to print and the order will be processed and shipped.
A 5x7 instruction card that you can display next to your tree on your wedding day is also included.
(Frame not included)
Thumbprint trees are also great for Family Reunions and Baby Showers too!
As each tree is made to order, it can take up to 2 weeks for your tree to leave my studio. (though most ship within 1 week of proof approval) If you need a rush order, contact me and I'll do everything I can get it to you in time! You provide your own ink for thumbprints, but I'll include a sample of the paper used on your tree with your order, so that you can test your favorite ink on it.
Not in the US? Convo me for a shipping quote to your country!
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
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Last two photos are © Diana Daley Photography