Say What’s in your Heart with a Music Box from Things Remembered

Choosing the perfect gift for the people closest to you can be a real challenge. You want something personal and special.
That’s no small order!
Things Remembered takes personalization to a new level with their frosted elegance music box. Not only can the keepsake be engraved, but you can also record any song to play when the box is opened.
Download a song that reminds you of good times, special places and important people. We like using a song from your first concert together, your first high school dance, or that embarrassing song your parents used to sing in the car. You can also record your own message (a perfect gift for mom!).
  • Give your Maid of Honor a box that plays a song you both loved in high school. We chose Kelly Clarkson’s “Breakaway” and engraved “Yesterday and today, you have always been there for me.” 
  • It’s also the perfect gift for the Mother of the Bride! We engraved “You’ll always be a hero in my eyes.” The gift was absolutely perfect when we loaded “In My Daughter’s Eyes” by Martina McBride into the recordable box!
  •  Grooms! If you’re looking for a way to make your bride’s wedding day even more special, you can engrave: “Every dance with you feels like our first.” She will never forget the moment she sees your engraved message or when she opens the box and hears your special song!
When you have those special words in your heart, but don’t know how to say them, the frosted elegance music box will help you turn a heartfelt message into an unforgettable memory.

Our friends at Things Remembered have a special gift for you!
 Sign up for Things Remembered’s newsletter here and then visit any Things Remembered store to receive your complimentary keepsake heart, custom engraved just for you!

But, that’s not all… Things Remembered is running an awesome giveaway where you can enter to win a Freshwater Pearl Drop Necklace & Earring Set Plus a personalized Frosted Elegance Music Box. See details below

 This post has been sponsored by Things Remebered, but concerns our own opinion.