Ring Pillow

Ring Pillow


Rimobul Wedding Ring Pillow 7.9 x 7.9 - Ivory


Rimobul Wedding Ring Pillow 7.9 x 7.9 – Ivory


Simple Ivory pillow of satin fabric, with a beautiful lace in front. Place beautiful florals and bows or decorative pins on the ribbon. Personalize however you wish to match your wedding colors and style….


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Tinksky Wedding Ring Box , Wedding Ring Bearer , Rustic Ring Box ,Wooden Printed We Do


Tinksky Wedding Ring Box , Wedding Ring Bearer , Rustic Ring Box ,Wooden Printed We Do


DescriptionThe rustic wedding ring box is exquisite and creative with /We Do/ printed on the cover. Its vintage shabby chic design is ideal for rustic wedding ceremony which can attract your customers interest and make them fun. Features- Color: Natural wooden.- Material: Wood.- Diameter: approx. 6.5cm/2.56 inch.- Height: approx. 6cm/2.36 inch.- This ring pillow engraved with /We Do/ words.- Round…


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Personalized Ring Bearer Box, Custom Rustic Wedding Ring Box , Wooden Ring Bearer Box, Wooden Square Box


Personalized Ring Bearer Box, Custom Rustic Wedding Ring Box , Wooden Ring Bearer Box, Wooden Square Box


Box size is 9.5cm*9.5cm*6cm. This ring box is a beautiful way to display your wedding.The Jute cloth pillows inserted will keep the ring on its place. After used as ring bearer, the pillows can easily be removed so that you can have a mini keepsake box to store your little things….


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DIY Wedding Preparation : How to Make a Wedding Pillow

Ring Pillow

Any ideas for an infant ring bearer?

My son is 11 months old and can walk holding someones hand perfectly!! So, he’s going to be our ring bearer at our wedding, but of course he can’t hold the ring pillow. Any ideas?

Children can bring an added amount of cute and spunk to a wedding. As a mother of three, I find few things more awesome than watching my children grow into independent people. Please understand Iā€™m not anti-kid.
While your 11 month old son may be great at walking holding your finger or even taking a few steps on his own ā€“ is he going to do so in front of a crowd of people? I highly recommend against asking young children (5 and under) to perform in weddings. Often they are too nervous with large crowds to have any fun or enjoy being a part of the wedding.

…For what it’s worth – there is NO way any of my 3 children would have sat still in a wagon on the trip down the aisle – let alone during the entire ceremony.