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Smurfysmiles

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Anyone know where to get some cute "Our first Christmas" ornaments or have suggestions? I''m on the lookout!
 

lucyandroger

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I got my brother and his wife a personalized ornament from here: Link They have some gorgeous designs!
 

Smurfysmiles

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oh thank you lucyandroger! I
those :)
 

sunnyd

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Google is always a good place to start.


Macy''s had a few.
 

jcrow

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i bought a waterford one from crystal classics. have you looked at their selection?
 

Smurfysmiles

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Date: 12/1/2009 2:05:16 PM
Author: jcrow
i bought a waterford one from crystal classics. have you looked at their selection?
I haven''t, that sounds pretty expensive

I''m trying to keep it between 20-30 dollars :)
 

lilyfoot

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Things Remembered has really nice ones that you can have personalized (engraved).

thingsremembered.com
 

kama_s

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We got a beautiful one from Waterford.
 

Keepingthefaith21

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Ditto on the Things Remembered suggestion - we got one that was engraved from my MIL.

Hallmark Stores, Target, Wal-Mart usually have at least one or two "First" ornaments. I have seen them in a lot of Pharmacies - like Rite-Aid, Walgreens and CVS - especially near the card aisle.

I also love the Lenox ornaments avalible - if you keep your eyes open you can find good deals on them.
 

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I made my own, using a regular ornament, silver ribbon (from our wedding) and silver permanent marker bought from the arts and craft store. Total cost, like 1$. lol.
 

noelwr

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Christmas tree balls with the year 2009 and you''ll always remember that it was your year?
 

lucyandroger

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Date: 12/1/2009 12:58:12 PM
Author: Smurfyimproved
oh thank you lucyandroger! I
those :)
You''re welcome! I can attest that they are beautiful in person as well. Here''s the one I got my brother and SIL:

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tlh

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Some highschoolsand churches have craft fairs around this time of year... and they can make custom ornaments. I''ve seen craft tables like that before and their stuff wasn''t too pricey and ADORABLE!

Also, if you like custom stuff- sometimes you can create your own w/ your favorite wedding photo - like a zazzle or walmart... to give some examples of inexpensive but cute ornaments...

Have fun w/ this!!
 

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I usually find them at Hallmark stores, on Ebay, or in specialized Christmas shops in town.
 

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I have the Lenox bride and groom - we already had 1st xmas ornaments from the first xmas we were together, so I wanted one that was very clearly wedding-y and more keepsake looking. Frankly, it's not that exciting in the box (looks kinda cheap) but it looks very pretty on the tree. I really wanted a waterford - I can't remember if I wasn't a fan of the wedding one that year, or if it just said "Our first.." or if it was just more than I wanted to spend. Anyway, I think for the first married xmas, it's worth getting one that is a keepsake rather than the typical plastic hallmark, if that helps you narrow it down or justify a purchase :)
 
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