Are you looking for a great gift for a wedding, anniversary, birthday, new baby, bar mitzvah or graduation? You have got to check out The Daily Portrait by Milson Road. The Daily Portrait is a great product, like a time capsule, to mark that special day.
I was married about 3 years ago. We had some photos done, but really did not have anything special to commemorate the day. I decided to have our wedding date done as The Daily Portrait. I LOVE IT!
Ordering The Daily Portrait is so simple. They have several types to choose from. You simply choose which occassion you want to commemorate and then go through the selection of frame, mat, wording, and photo you would like included. After your selections have been made you can ask for a digital proof to make sure everything looks good. After your approval Milson Road then adds the rest of the details from your special date, like "this day in history".
I loved seeing our wedding photo, and event printed like it was in the newspaper! It is so interesting reading that days headlines and daily facts. I can really see this drawing others interests through the years. One of my favorite things that I did not know would be on The Daily Portrait was the quote by Shakespear at the bottom that they added to commemorate our special day. It was a beautiful touch. The Daily Portrait really is a one of a kind gift!
For more information on The Daily Portrait go to http://www.milsonroad.com/
Thanks to Milson Road one lucky reader is going to win their own Daily Portrait ($165 value)!
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This giveaway is open to continental US only. Please leave a seperate comment for each entry. This giveaway will end on August 8 and the winner will be chosen by random.org.
Disclosure: I received a free Daily Portrait for review from Milson Road.