All Newspaper Book orders are now delivering within 5 working days as opposed to 3 working days.
A complete edition of the newspaper from the happiest day in their lives and personalised with the recipient’s names embossed in gold on the cover. The Newspaper Book Anniversary Edition is hand-bound in a beautifully presented leatherette cover, the book also includes major news events from the decade they were married.
Why not rekindle those magic moments and feelings that they had on such a special and meaningful day in their lives as well as a look back at some of the major events that may have shaped the world during those first wonderful years of marriage.
The Irish Times as Ireland’s paper of record is the perfect choice for this gift with its thorough journalistic content and broad coverage across a wide range of topics including current affairs, politics, entertainment and sport.
The Irish Times also provided an exceptional array of photos and advertisement that may not have been so widely available across many newspaper titles from 50 or 60 years ago. These pictures and advertisements offer unique insights in Irish society at the time and are sure to drum old memories of great past times and events.
Finally also available is the option to include the front page of the newspaper from the dates that both partners were born to personalise the perfect gift even further!
- Free Personalised Embossing on Cover
- Include a Greeting on the Inside Cover Page
- Complete Paper from the Wedding Day
- Option to Include Front Page from each partners Date Date of Birth
- Major News & Sport Events from That Decade
Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery.
Please note on some occasions such as bank holidays or festivals like Christmas Day there may have been no edition published on your specific date. In this case we will use the edition from the following date which will still cover the previous days news. Additionally we will still emboss the requested date on the cover of the Newspaper Book. Where the date falls on a Sunday we will reproduce the Monday edition which covers Sunday’s news.