A honeymoon in hawaii? The perfect map for your wedding gift! Or how about a set - one for the bride's home state, one for the groom's, and one for where they will set up their own home... the perfect wedding gift to affirm their new life together while honoring their previous lives apart...
A sweet, somewhat modified (all rights reserved) reproduction of a fun and funky little vintage map with smooth aqua and cream from a 1930s schoolbook. Definitely frameworthy. Beautifully reproduced on thick, luxurious ivory paper.
About 8" X 10"
♥ Arrives in a crystal clear resealable cellophane envelope with a matte board.
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(¸.•´ (¸.•´♥ Here is just some of the lovely feedback from our map customers:
“Such a cute map...great going away gift. Seller professional and efficient - thank you so much for your promptness in getting the item to me!”
"Super fast shipping and print was even more vibrant, beautiful, and high quality in person. Definitely looking to purchase something for myself now since the last order was a wedding gift.”
“Adorable map to add to my collection--one of many happy purchases I've made from this seller…”
“Love the artwork and detail and colors on this map. What a cool way to appreciate and remember a state that means a lot to you. Good price & delivered quickly. Thank you!”
“Thank you so much! These are wonderful and fun! We are a Navy family so we move often! I've been looking for a long time for a fun creative way to show all the states we've lived in! Thanks again! Hope I can find you again in another 3 years when we move again to a new location!”
(¸.·´ (¸.·´♥ ♥ Thank you to R for the following story:
"The last three mornings she had taken her dawn walk, dolphins danced near the shoreline, seeming to slow down and play to keep pace with her walking, arcing up (she couldn't help but think) to acknowledge her. She imagined it was the same school; that they knew each other, that they recognized her from earlier mornings, that they had imagined a name for her in their language. How relieving it would be to believe that other beings were more advanced than us, even more to hope that they were watching us, that someone was watching, noticing. Thinking that we matter. Waking earlier to see us. Maybe that was why she still scanned the horizon for some sign of him, though he was never there, never would be there. But as long as she looked for him, it meant that he really existed. That was the quality of her loving, like a sentinel; like a lighthouse. She remembered her grandmother telling stories about how the island used to be. There were no streetlights, so when granddad drove down from the city she would have to stand at the end of the street with a lantern so he would know where to turn in the fog and the dark. But that was all history. These days, she had noticed herself begin to walk home along the streets instead of the beach. She told herself it was because the sand was tough on her knees but if she was honest with herself she knew it was to see Mo, who sold homemade kites outside the ice cream shop. Today she vowed to ask him to meet her early tomorrow for a walk and a kite fly, so that even if the dolphins didn't show, she would have someone to greet. "I'll tell him to be there ten minutes early," she told herself, "so that he's there waiting for me."
(¸.·´ (¸.·´♥ Thanks to N for her holiday memories story:
"My first holiday memories? I was about six and my little brother about four. Earlier in the year I had received a yellow and white plastic Fisher Price record player and as an early Christmas present, my mother had given us an album of Snoopy and Red Baron Christmas tunes. My brother and I spent the entire afternoon helping my father assemble our artificial tree and then helping my mom decorate it. We waited until the sun set, cranked up Snoopy on the record player, turned the Christmas tree lights on and danced around the tree together until we tuckered ourselves out and had to be carried to bed. Too. Cute. P.S. I'm getting this map for my fiance because we got engaged in Hawaii in October. :)"
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