The Heritage Box by Manifesto

Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.
— Soren Kierkegaard

When I first laid eyes on this exquisite box, I knew I had to find a way to offer it to you.  I contacted the designer right away!  This box does not disappoint.  Each one is hand made in Essex County and the leather satchels are individually hand stitched ensuring quality and painstaking perfection.

Starting in 2017, I am thrilled to announce that I have teamed up with Joshua of Manifesto Photography to be able to provide "The Heritage Box" exclusively to my clients.

Since this is Joshua's brainchild, he has managed to describe his vision around the creation and design of this box so perfectly.  I don't want to begin to steal his words, so I will allow his video and his words to do the talking.  While you're there, please feel free to show him some love!  Leave him a note and let him know what you think of his incredible product!

Sincerely, thank you Joshua, for allowing me to offer this to my clients.  I don't know how to thank you enough!

"The Heritage Box has been a year in the making, but is finally here! Designed around a 12x12 sixty page wedding album, the box is locally handcrafted from walnut, and is beautifully dove tailed. The lid is laser engraved with the couples name and wedding date, and you have the option of either vows or a wedding song to be burned on the inside. Aside from the album which is housed in a bespoke leather satchel, there are 6 cork stopped glass vials for preserving perfume samples, flowers, and any many other precious memories. Below the walnut divider there is a second leather satchel to hold up to 150 - 4x6 and 5x7 photos taken from friends and family. There is also additional storage to protect invites, menus, and any other wedding stationary that needs to be preserved. Finally, the USB drives holding the wedding and engagement photos are held secure in their own linen lined compartment. The Heritage box is meant to encapsulate all your wedding memories, and to be handed down for generations to come."    ~ Joshua Klassen