With This Quilt, I Thee Wed

Something old, something new, something borrowed and something… quilted? While it’s not the traditional good fortune blessing, custom quilts can add a warmly unique touch to a bride and groom’s wedding day – and to their happily ever after.

A custom quilted ‘chuppa’, the traditional canopy used in Jewish weddings, is a wonderful way to personalize your ceremony. Or, consider this different take on the guest book – have each wedding guest sign a fabric square (special permanent markers are made just for this purpose); these autographed squares can then be sewn together to make a treasured heirloom quilt. But what if you are always a bridesmaid, never a bride? Whimzie Quiltz can stitch the fabrics from your many bridesmaid dresses into a quilt – you’ll free up space in your closet and preserve your memories at the same time.

More Inspiration…

To thank your Maid of Honor and Best Man for their caring support during your big day, have matching Whimzie quilts – in your wedding colors, of course! – created for each of them.

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    WQ and You Charity Giving
    Because of caring Whimzie Quiltz customers like you, we are already $450 towards our goal of donating $500 to charity:water, a non-profit funding freshwater projects in developing nations, in 2009.

    Remember, my husband and I are contributing $20 for every free quilt design requested and $20 for every custom quilt ordered, as long as the design or the quilt includes BLUE fabrics. It costs you nothing, but each $20 donation based on your request will provide one person clean, safe drinking water for 20 years.

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