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Dec 30 2016
Family Reunion Wristbands
Make Family Reunions Memorable with Custom Wristbands
A family reunion is a special event when members of an extended family get together as part of a large event. Family reunions are a time for families to reminisce, celebrate, and re-connect. Custom bracelets can be a great keepsake from a family reunion that will help people remember the bonds they have with family. Build your own personalized bracelets using the online builder at www.AmazingWristbands.com.
Messages for Family Reunion Wristbands
Promote pride in family. Use a message that will remind people about the importance of family long after the reunion has ended. For example, on one side of the wristband have something straightforward such as “Jackson Family Reunion 2015.” Then on the other side, print a message such as “Proud to be a Jackson” or “Jacksons Never Quit.”
Explain the family tree. Use different colored bracelets to indicate different branches of the family tree. If your reunion encompasses several generation that started with a marriage in the early 1900s, have every branch of your family tree start with each of the offspring from that marriage. Each of those families will have the same colored wristband that indicates their relationship, such as "Great Granddaughter of Mabel."
Remember the location. If your family reunion is taking place in a popular place, put that on your wristband, such as “Gomez Family Reunion 2015 – Lake Tahoe.”
Customize Your Family Reunion Wristbands
The more unique you make your family reunion bands, the more popular they will be. Here are some creative ways to customize:
At AmazingWristbands.com, free shipping, free artwork, free design, and free color matching. All our silicone products are made of 100% latex-free so they are non-allergenic and comfortable. Many of our styles have no minimums and can be delivered within a few days. Use our online builder to create your safe family reunion bands.
Last modified on: December 30th, 2016
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