Wedding Boxes - Women in Love Wedding Boxes

Store the most valued and cherished memories from your wedding in these gorgeous and unique boxes ... A place for your wedding vows, guest lists, photos, bouquet or boutineer, program and cake topper - and a stunning item of decorative art furniture for life.

Our distinctive Wedding Boxes feature fully upholstered oak boxes with hardwood legs and lids lined with a beautiful veneer. Each box has a semi-precious stone or cameo set in a sterling silver bezel in the inside lid, thoughtfully chosen for the meaning and power of that stone.

Our fabrics are all natural cottons, linens or linen/ cotton blends ... Handmade, individual and a true "One of a Kind" gift for your loved one, or yourself.


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Fantasy

Women in love shown here in the deep colors characteristic of the Pre-Raphaelites and reflective of Quattrocento art. Purples, roses and greens with a lining in deep and shimmering gold set off with a fancy rosewood lid and dark polished legs

The stone is Carnelian, known as "The Stabilizer of Energy" and the "Stone of Confidence." It helps one to impart acceptance of life's cycle and restore vitality and creativity. It encourages steadfastness, personal trust in decision-making. It invites harmony and calm in the home.


Golfing Companions

Two young women walk the links together surrounded by soft natural fabric tones of soft green rough taffeta and lined in a fresh spring green linen. A poem of timeless devotion is framed within and the interior veneer and legs are rosewood.

The stone is African Jade, the "Stone of Luck and Self Sufficiency," increasing love, nurturing and harmony. It encourages recognition of oneself as we really are as a spiritual being in our human journey. Physically, it balances the energies within the body and assists in fertility and childbirth.


In the Garden

The brilliant palette of Renoir is in full bloom here in his painting of two young women picking flowers in a meadow of brilliant greens and golds. With contrasting fabrics in deep peachy-pink and pink, blue, green and gold stripes, this is the most joyous and celebratory of boxes. The lid is fancy rosewood with dark polished legs.

The stone is Carnelian, known as "The Stabilizer of Energy" and the "Stone of Confidence." It helps one to impart acceptance of life's cycle and restore vitality and creativity. It encourages steadfastness, personal trust in decision-making. It invites harmony and calm in the home.


Rossetti's Bride

The subject of Rossetti's painting, the power of a woman's beauty, is inspired by the biblical Song of Solomon. The bride pulls back her veil to reveal her beauty and engages the viewer with her blue eyes and full red lips. The rich colors and exotic fabrics in which she is clothed heighten her sensuality: her intricate leather headdress is Peruvian, while her dress is made from Japanese kimono fabric. A rich brocaded lid and deep purple interior complete the lushness. Lid and legs are dark mahogany.

The stone is an Eagle Eye Agate, the "Stone of Truthfulness" with love and courage as its source. Agate facilitates power with force. Its Ying-Yang effect helps to ease speaking one's truth, and enhances self-awareness, spiritual growth and intellectual balance.


Lost in the Flowers With My Love

Two Edwardian Ladies in white talk quietly in the garden. White lace with tiny pink roses gently whispers over the top of the lid complementing their soft dresses and the flowers that surround them. Delicate cream and pink lace surround the edges and the inside bottom is a soft shell pink taffeta. A rich medium mahogany veneer on the inside of the lid repeats in the legs.

The stone is Howlite, known as "The Stone of Peace and Insight," and can be used to relieve stress of all kinds, including insomnia caused by an overactive mind. Wearing howlite helps to overcome critical or selfish behavior, and to dispel anger - whether your own, or someone else's.


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