made in britain
can be personalised
A beautiful paper anniversary gift or personalised wedding gift. Framed book page art with a name and date personalisation.
The names of the lucky pair and the date of their happy day are printed onto an original vintage book page and framed in an eco-friendly frame that is handmade in the UK.
The perfect Valentine's Day gift, engagement, wedding anniversary or wedding gift for booklovers. Don't forget the traditional paper anniversary is one year!
The text is printed using Bookishly’s exclusive hand drawn font. An original book page is used each time, making each piece even more unique to you. The frames are made using ethically sourced wood and are gift wrapped using a beautiful old road atlas.
You can choose to have the names and/or date of the couple printed on the page, with or without the little red heart in the corner. You might like to only have the date - a subtle reminder on a beautiful old piece of paper. I'll choose the number of lines in total depending on how long the names and dates are, and how wide the book page is.
Whilst I'm afraid I can't select a particular page from the book from you, I can offer a range of books in my library for this product. They vary in size and age, so some pages are more yellowed than others.
French/English Dictionary (14x20cm)
Alice in Wonderland (12x18cm)
Jane Eyre (12x18cm)
Pride and Prejudice (12x18cm)
Wuthering Heights (14x20cm)
Vintage maths textbook (12x18cm)
The chunky black block frames are handmade in Northamptonshire by a local family business. There is no glass in these lightweight frames, so you can feel the lovely old page. I search old book shops and charity shops for pre-loved books to use in my art. The frames look great on bookshelves as they stand on their own, or can be hung flush to the wall.
The page size varies depending on the book you choose - please check the list above!
There is approx 0.3cm of black frame showing around the page, and the frame is 3cm deep. The dimensions of this design can vary very slightly depending on the dictionary I am using at the time.