Anniversary, Engagement, Wedding Christmas Ornaments
Commemorate that big day or the big day to come with an ethnic anniversary, engagement or wedding ornament that is perfect for any happy couple. Personalize one of these unique ethnic ornaments with the special date that should be remembered for years to come.
- Three Tier Wedding Cake Price: $15.99 Discounted 60%: $6.40
- Two Doves Holding Intertwined Wedding Rings Price: $25.95
- Wedding Church Price: $14.95
- Wedding Collection Price: $70.99
- Wedding Frame Ornament Price: $13.95
- Wedding Heart Price: $10.99
- Wedding Rings Price: $25.95
- White Wedding Cake with Gold Ribbon Price: $20.99
Read what our customers say about our Personalized Christmas Ornaments and their shopping experience!Hover over testimonials to stop scrolling
9/1/2015 - "I loved both the ornaments. I always order personalized ornaments from you and I have never been disappointed. I appreciate how you take the time to make them look perfect. Sandy D"
6/23/2015 - "I have ordered several ornaments from OrnamentShop.com and have been VERY satisfied with ALL of them. Connie D."
11/13/2015 - "Grandkids look forward to ornaments every year. Marilyn P."
12/29/2015 - "I LOVE the Ornament Shop's variety, pricing and personalization! The handwriting on the personalizations is always very nice. This is my go-to place every Christmas for the keepsake ornaments I get for my grandkids & great-grandkids each year.Gale J."
11/25/2015 - "The Ornament Shop had a great variety at reasonable prices. All the ornaments were what I expected and filled my needs. Catherine D."
11/17/2015 - "Love the selection! Barbara R."
12/2/2015 - "I buy ornaments every Christmas for grandchildren who are still in school. Use the Ornament Shop. Carol P."
12/21/2015 - "Reasonable service and product,timely shipping.Christine N."
12/10/2015 - "Was very happy to find these items as ornaments. Nancy J."
8/11/2015 - "I appreciate the vast variety of ornaments for personalization. I can always find one that is special for each grandchild. This has been a custom since at least 2009. What I miss is the opportunity to add, "Merry Christmas, Grandpa and Grandma G." I remember doing that in the beginning years. Joan G."