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Love ever endures

    “I sculpted this piece using my parents as models. When I asked them to sit down and get comfortable, they just seemed to fit together so perfectly. It was such a self-directed pose, as though they’ve been doing it for years — and they have! They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 2011. The carving on the back is a little added discovery …. ‘I love thee’. I like the sound of the word ‘thee’. It feels poetic and intimate to me."

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    Submitted by Gerrie in England, August 2017

    John and I were school sweethearts from age 15 - 17 years old. We were inseparable and we don't know how we managed to break up, misunderstandings we think. I was heartbroken and so was he, each thinking that the other had stopped loving them which wasn't true. We both moved on with our Ives in different cities and then 47 years later we met again on the Friends Reunited Website. I responded to his post on there 14 years after he had placed it there and he answered it and explained how he had carried me in his heart/mind all that time and still loved me. We emailed for 6 months without speaking on the telephone, making our plans for the future, not knowing what the other now looked like but that didn't matter as we were deeply in love as we had been as kids. After 6 months the great day came and was very emotional and wonderful... we saw each other and hugged for the first time since 1968! He came loaded with roses, chocolate, a silver ring was bought and worn like the one he had saved for and bought me as a boy, and a Willow tree ornament .. Anniversary. We are very much in love and look forward to the rest of our lives together. Friends Reunited closed the site a month after we found each other again. We think someone was watching over us.

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    Submitted by Mayis in India, March 2017

    My story seems very much differrent from all I read here. I know this gift is most suited for a couple who had lived for a couple of years. But I need this to be gifted my wife on the occassion of our first remembrance of our wedding anniversary. I need to share my life for all the forthcoming years, moments of togetherness. And gifting this I would mark it as as a beginning of how we gonna end....

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    Submitted by Jeff Jones in Montana, December 2016

    I met Susan 4yrs ago on phone dating app. After she got done with school semester we met.On first meeting we instantly fell in love !!

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    Submitted by Dinky Nugent in Motueka, October 2016

    Yesterday we celebrated our 60th wedding anniversary and one of our sons gave us this beautiful statue. We love it and it is the best present of all the ones we got. You are one talented lady. Thank you so much for helping to make our day. Dinky and Bill.

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    Submitted by Jennifer Wheeler Ellingwood in Crawfordsville, Indiana, October 2016

    On April 7, 2016 my mom received news she may have cancer. That evening, shaken by the news, she asked my father to sit down with her to pray. Together on the couch, my dad's arm around my mom, he prayed over her for health and peace for whatever may come. A couple minutes later, he stood up and went into the kitchen to clean up after supper. As he was cleaning, my mom heard him drop pans; he had a massive heart attack and passed away. Soon after, my brother gave my mom the anniversary Willow Tree figurine (love ever endures) of the couple together, since it looked like my parents looked just before my dad died. While it is not my personal figurine, it is my favorite, because it is the lasting image I have of my parent's last moments together, praying. My mom did find out a few weeks later that she has stage 4 ovarian cancer. I don't need to win a figurine for myself, but I would love to win one for my mother. Today is the 6 month anniversary of that fateful day, and mom has had it so rough the past few months. In any case, the one she has has brought her joy during this dark chapter in her life and she lights up when she shows it to people and tells the story of how it shows the last moments she had with dad together.

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    Submitted by Margie Ford in Cape Town, South Africa, October 2016

    "Anniversary" is my favorite piece as my husband bought it for our 5 th wedding anniversary. The sitting couple holding hands with his arm around his wife depicts our story. We both have been previously married, both for 25 years. There was much heartache and therefore much healing to take place. We are so blessed to have found one another and to be part of that healing in one another. There is understanding in shared grief. Thank you for my many pieces which mean so much but this, my special piece, reminds me everyday of just how wonderful life can be, that after every storm there is hope, comfort and peace.

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    Submitted by Gunnel Alsterbrink in Sweden, October 2016

    My daughter and I were looking at different pieces together over the net and when we got to Anniversary I said "There we are - Rune and me". Soon after that my husband got ill and after some weeks in hospital he came home to die. When out girls came home to be with us the last days they had bought Anniversary as a gift. At the funeral Anniversary was placed on the coffin. To me it is a reminder of the closeness we had - Rune and me - and it is placed together with his photo in front of me where I sit to eat, read or do most of my daily things.

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    Submitted by Kristal Goodrich in Sulphur, LA, October 2016

    My favorite piece is Anniversary. We have been married for 28 years and the Lord has brought us through some hard times and He created some very beautiful times for us. I have always wanted to collect Willow tree and when the day came that the Lord blessed us to be able to do so, Anniversary was one of the first pieces that my husband gave me. My themes are couples and families, with the angels surrounding them and when I look at these beautiful sculptures, I am reminded in this day of divorce that you can overcome anything with the help of the Lord and His angels. The anniversary is a trophy to show look where the Lord has brought us!! Keep faith and believe He CAN do ALL things but we have to be willing vessels for him to work with, just as Ms Susan doesn't always finish her beautiful sculptures on her first try!! Persevere.......

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    Submitted by M. Susan in Wisconsin, July 2016

    My husband and I just celebrated our 40th Wedding Anniversary! Since my husband has 3 types of cancer and I had a serious life threatening illness a year ago, we decided to renew our wedding vows. We initially thought we would renew our vows on our 50th wedding anniversary, but we decided that we are never promised tomorrow and that we should do it now!We renewed our wedding vows at our church with our minister, family and close friends in attendance! After the ceremony, we had a celebration at our home. I ordered the Anniversary Cake Topper and used it for the top of our cake! Since we are proud grandparents of seven grandchildren, we also had our Grandmother and Grandfather Willow Tree statues next to our cake. For the church ceremony, I carried a bouquet of yellow roses, daisies and babies breath...just like my original bouquet. My husband had a matching boutonniere. At our original wedding ceremony our pastor forgot to have the soloist sing our wedding song...The Twelfth of Never by Johnny Mathis. One of our sons got the song and played it on the sound system at church for our vow renewal. We had such a wonderful day! It was very memorable and so special and Willow Tree was part of it!!

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    Submitted by Sherry Crabtree in Porterville, CA, April 2016

    My husband and I recently celebrated our 48th anniversary while on a camping trip with my best friend, her husband, and great grandson. She has been my best friend for more than 56 years. She surprised us with a gift, which was the anniversary figurine. We love it! She said we're an inspiration because of the many years we've been happily married. This figurine beautifully portrays devotion, closeness, caring, and the love in a committed relationship. I will always think of our anniversary, and remember our friends, and this special trip we shared, when I look at the figurine. It's very special to us..

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    Submitted by Virginia A Sweder in Massachusetts, April 2016

    I bought this piece for my 92 year old parents . It is to represent the love and care that my Dad has given to my Mom as she suffers with the beginning stages of dementia.

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    Submitted by Christy Dilley in Everett, Washington, December 2015

    This was a wonderful gift from my brother-in-law and sister-in-law. My husband and I found each other late in life. We had only been together a couple years before getting married. A couple months after we got married, his health issues started and before we knew it we were staring down the diagnosis of ALS. My husband and I shared everything; our lives, hopes, dreams, memories, love, and now our worst fears. We always sat and held hands in the car, on the couch, or even on the porch. This piece reminds me of all the talks, tears, and just pure love that didn't always require spoken words.

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    Submitted by teresa mcguire in van wert ohii, October 2015

    i bought this piece to symbolize their love to one another, for a dear young neighbor and friend with four young children, who just lost her fiance (33years old, electrocuted at his factory). She loved her figurine.

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    Submitted by Debbie fernandes in Bethlehem,pa., August 2015

    I bought Anniversary for my parents' 60th anniversary in 2013. Dad was suffering with cancer but he hung on because he wanted to live to celebrate. Even though he wasn't well at the time, my brother and sister and I had a mass said in their honor, we took them out to dinner,and we had gifts and a small wedding cake waiting at my house. It was a special a day. That was Sept. 5th. Dad passed July 5th. I'm so glad we had that special day to be together and celebrate their life together. Thank you.

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    Submitted by Ingrid Martin in London, UK, July 2015

    I have just lost my mother & am feeling very angry & lost now, as my dear dear dad passed in 1999. I am one of 6 siblings who are all feeling something similar to me but all of us are very independent strong opinionated people. I love my brother & sisters but I have a lot of old issues/baggage that I thought I was over until now. My greatest comfort is in the thoughts of my dear mum & dad being back together at long last, as they loved each other dearly. A very dear life long friend of mine Susan, has sent me a text telling me of a special memory she has of mum & dad sharing a very tender look/ gaze in which the love they had for each other suddenly lit the the room, radiating out. Susan then said something was going to arrive to me the next day, a gift so she could share that particular memory with me. My Anniversary figure then came. I love it, I love Susan & I love my mum & dad. A special gift & thought from a very special friend. It will go on its own shelf with a picture of mum & dad on their wedding day & a pic of me & tony on our soon to come wedding day. Xx

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    Submitted by mariantonietta in italy, June 2015

    I saw the Willow Tree statues in Iceland for the first time and I fell in love with them immediately. I have three of them and fo my birthday I bought Anniversary. I am a widow but this figure reminds me my husband and the way he used to put his arm around my shoulders and our hands. It is wonderful. Thanks.

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    Submitted by Debra in McKinney, TX, December 2014

    For many years I have collected Willow Tree figures for our family---figures that reminded me of me and my boys, the boys and their dad, me and my dad, my mom and my dad and their grandsons. So, this past spring, when I wandered, in a daze, into a hospital gift shop, shortly after receiving the unexpected and heartbreaking news that we would be taking Dad home into hospice care--and spotted the Willow Tree figure, "Anniversary--Love ever endures", I knew immediately that this would become my last gift to Mom and Dad, together. Dad died less than a week later. They had been married almost 57 years---childhood sweethearts who knew each other for over 60 years. Thank you, Susan. Your artwork has brought simple beauty into our home---each piece, a reminder of the precious bonds of family. Your lovely piece, Anniversary, was a specially timed gift of comfort and peace from the Lord---and you.

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    Submitted by Gaye in Muskoka Ontario, October 2014

    I have a debilitating illness that came to a head a couple of years ago. I lost my job, or any hope of working again. Finances had left us struggling, leaving the burden to my husband to carry. He has been my sole caregiver as well as having to work plus continue with the housework, etc. I have "released" him several times from his responsibility as my husband and the burden of caring for me. Daily he reminds me of our love, his promise "for better or worse" and that he is not going anywhere. We recently celebrated our 27th wedding anniversary, and so had a much needed vacation. I found your "Anniversary" piece of the couple sitting and holding each other. As I am a visual person this will be a constant reminder that "love ever endures". Thank you, Susan, for sharing your inspiration and talent with us.

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    Submitted by Llalla Shahar in Randolph, VT, April 2014

    George and I met when I was 15. I had a huge crush on him. However, he was much older than me and I knew my parents would never give us permission to date. Over the years I carried a small torch for him. He always had a ready smile and an engaging personality. Twenty five years later we finally were at places in our lives where we could offer ourselves to each other. George purchased this for me for our first anniversary of dating. It fit because he already has salt and pepper hair and mine is still blonde. We saw ourselves in this piece because we have endured so much in our first year. We saw my son go into the service, survived a four day robbery of my home and new grandchildren born to his children. We know that as long as our love endures we will have many more anniversaries, but this one will always be special to me and I will be reminded every time I look at this figure on our bedroom bookshelf. May you be blessed and prosper in your life, and thank you for allowing us to be part of your customer family. I also look forward to more figures to purchase our children and grandchildren over the years to come.

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    Submitted by Kathy Boyd in Punta Gorda , Fl, January 2014

    I recieved the anniversary figurine for my birthday from my daughter. I lost my mother last year in May, and I am still trying to cope with her loss. I lost my father over twenty years ago and my mother never remarried. We discovered while looking for pictures for the funeral that my Mom was being buried on her wedding anniversary. We took such comfort in the fact that my Mom and Dad were reunited on their Wedding Anniversary. I miss them both so. My beautiful daughter bought me the figuerine for my birthday and wrote on the bottom of it, "Daughter we are together again forever, we look down on you every day from Heaven and are so proud of you! Happy Birthday Love, Mom and Dad" Of course I burst into tears, I was so touched by the beauty of the figuerine and my daughter's thoughtfulness. I needed so to hear those words and I truly believe that my mom whispered them into my daughter's ears. I will never get a more perfect birthday gift.

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    Submitted by Jack Roe in Virginia Beach, VA, September 2013

    This is the first piece that we have; we received it from friends at our church on our 50th anniversary. When we opened this package, it brought tears to our eyes. Even though the figures are faceless, the feelings shown by them brought back so many memories of our past experiences just by a touch of a hand, a simple longing look, and simple shape was astounding. It brings us back to the simple things that mean so much in life. It will remind us of the friends we have, experiences of life, and the blessings we have received. Thanks again for such an emotional ride. Jack and Linda Roe ps Thank you Susan Lordi for your delicut touch with wood in the creation of the original peices. jmr

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    Submitted by Julia in Texas, August 2013

    My husband and I have only been married for a little over a year, but we look forward to the rest of our lives together. He is 19 years older than I, so the "graying hair" for him suits how we might look together. Even though we only have celebrated one wonderful year together so far, I love having this piece in our home! Thank you for making such heartfelt pieces for us to enjoy. I have many of them, and smile at each one.

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    Submitted by Morris and Norma Ward in Sunshine Coast Qld Australia, August 2013

    Today 8th August 2013 we are celebrating our 60th Wedding Anniversary with a luncheon with our family and close friends, We were thrilled to receive from a long time friend in the U.K. a Willow Tree Anniversary sculpture. It really is a beautiful piece and something we will long treasure as our diamond anniversary really is a special event in our lives. I feel this will set me on the road to collecting other pieces to go with the Angel I have as well. Kind regards, Morris and Norma

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    Submitted by LIz in MD, August 2012

    I bought the following pieces: Anniversary, Brother and Sister, Heart of Gold, Je t'aime, and Together this year for Christmas for my family. I did not do it to celebrate a significant event of any sort. I was in the Hallmark store and loved the brown tone of the figures -my mother is Dutch - blond hair and blue eyes, my father is African-American and Native American, and my biological sister and I are mixed. We have adopted two other kids who have become our family, and my biological sister now has a child. These pieces showed our family, various ages and colors, even ethnicities, and those pieces captured us where we are now. Who knows if my sister will have more kids or I'll have a family of my own, but these figures capture us where we are now and hold us in this moment in time, celebrating our growth thus far and looking forward to the future growth and love to be brought into our lives. Thank you for brown tones and various figures to choose from that reflect our lives.

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    Submitted by Brenda in Victoria, Australia, August 2012

    I saw the figures one day and purchased three; "Anniversary" representing my husband and myself, "Grandmother" representing myself and my granddaughter and "Grandfather" representing my husband and my grandson. I was minding my grandchildren one day and Liam (5) was standing at the figurines, pointing at and naming them. "Anniversary" he decided was Grandma and Pa, "Grandmother" was Mummy and Madison(3), "Grandfather" was he and Daddy. He then turned to me and said "Where is Uncle Dan?" I spent months searching for a figurine of a single male and couldn't find one. Tonight though, there he was; "Quest," which is a young man sitting on books, with a book in his hand and a book at his feet. How appropriate; my son is studying for a degree, so I laughed at the irony and bought it. "Uncle Dan" is now sitting with the rest of the TEAM. Liam will be pleased.

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    Submitted by Lisa in Ontario, Canada, August 2012

    My husband and I are professional woodworkers and have been together for 20 years now. I got my first piece "Together" on my wedding day, which also happened to be our 13 year anniversary at that time. I thought the description of the piece was beautiful. Then one year later my father-in-law bought us "Anniversary". Since then we search every store that sells Willow Tree for your husband and wife pieces. We have all four pieces and look forward to more to come. They hold a special place in our hearts.

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    Submitted by Mrs Lorna in england united kingdom, August 2012

    I have been collecting the Willow Tree figurines and memory boxes. I now have Anniversy, Together, Father and Daughter, Father and Son, Sister and Brother, and Brother and Sister. I have been collecting them since I lost my husband very suddenly last year. It is a way to keep him in my thoughts. My daughter has Father and Daughter also. She says it reminds her of her father.

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    Submitted by Mona-Lisa in Sweden, August 2012

    Some years ago my husband and I were on holiday. I saw the figurine with two people and I bought it for our wedding day. After a while I found a store in my own town which have these nice things, and I bought myself the Angel of Freedom. Perhaps a year later I was visiting my half sister, who I met when we both had grown up. I got a present from her. The present was the Angel of Love. We had not met for several years, and the gift filled my heart. Later I bought a present for a friend who had a baby. I had to buy two babies in one box, and I only gave one baby to my friend and keep the other for myself. My husband and I have been married for a long time and I wish us to be old together, so I bought the old man and wife. Today I got a gift from my daughter, a birthday present, the Angel of Caring. She said that I should read the text in the paper because that was me. I was so happy. Then she asked if she could ask me a question about the baby piece, and I said of course. Is the baby my little sister who was dead when she was born, she asked. I had never thought in this way, but it got me to thinking. When I look at all my pieces I feel very calm, and they give me so much good energy. With love Mona-Lisa

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    Submitted by Alta in CA, August 2012

    In July 2010, Jeffrey and I were married. We were 61 years old. We had met in March 2009 after each being single for 20 years. Friends and family had been praying for each of us to meet the person God had meant for each other. We knew this was the marriage that would last forever. It was, and is, our "Promise" to each other, our true commitment to the love we share. We chose this lovely piece (the larger one) as the top of our wedding cake which shimmered like sparkling sand and had real sea shells. It was as if we were dancing on the beach alone. We're about to celebrate our 1st anniversary, and I'm surprising him with the "Anniversary" piece to add to our collection we've come to treasure. I've been the blessed recipient of many pieces from friends, and have given them to friends and family. What a lovely collection and legacy you've given us. Thank you!

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    Submitted by Sue in Queensland, August 2012

    I have two pieces from Willow Tree and both are from daughters-in-law. This by itself is a wonderful feeling, since they are given with love. The latest, With my Grandmother, was for my recent birthday. I would like to share the letter that came with it. Dear Sue The moment you told me you liked the Willow Tree, I knew what I was getting you for your birthday. But the reasons were more to do with me than you. Let me explain. The reasons I loved Willow Tree were not for the pieces themselves but for the memories they inspire. I was given my first Willow Tree piece by Mark--the couple on a Wedding Anniversary--and I loved it, it reminded me of the safety I feel when I’m enveloped in his arms. The girl and the dad I loved when I saw it and I asked Mark for it one birthday because it symbolized for me the relationship I always wanted with my father but never had, but had watched Rebecca have with Mark. Even now whenever I see it I am flooded with many memories of the special relationship they both share. She will always be to an extent Daddy’s Girl. The Angel dancing with the little girl, I loved and purchased myself, because often whist making tea I will have the radio on and Rebecca will come down and we will twirl around the family room, which is one of my favorite memories of both of us. The boy reading on the Angels lap just reminded me of Lucas and our shared love of Literature, and I remember how even when he was little and I read to him I could see that he too was taken away too for a night and a day to where the Wild Things are. So the reason I love Willow Tree is because some of the pieces capture for me the moments of pure happiness in my life, so when you said you liked them I wanted to get a piece that resembled the relationship between you and the children. Both Lucas and Rebecca adore you and Tony, and so I hope the piece for you will trigger many treasured moments of where the children spent time with you. For I do know that they absolutely treasure those times just as much, as do we. Happy Birthday beautiful person, I hope you know always you are treasured and adored. Love Joy

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    Submitted by Kathleen in FL, April 2012

    My husband of 22 years has always been the rock in our family, raising three boys who adore him, and now helping our oldest son with our three granddaughters who think their K-pa hung the moon. My husband was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 bladder cancer that has already metastasized to the lung and brain. His biggest concern is that he will die one day when he is all alone. This figure reminds me of the many recent times he has had to sit down to catch his breath, or just to conserve his energy. I put my arms around him, touching and holding him, making sure that he knows that I am always right there with him, keeping him safe. I want him to know the vows I took when we got married were never taken lightly, and I will be there with him in sickness and health, until death steals him from our lives. I feel that this figure will remind him of my promise to be with him every step of his final journey, never letting him forget how much I love hime, and how grateful I am to still have him, no matter what time we have left. "You and me" will go into the display case, right next to the Anniversary, Grandmother, Grandfather, Mother and Son, Father and Son, and my favorite, the one he gave me for an earlier anniversary, Together. This is only a small list of the many Willow Tree figures I have arranged in my display case. Each of the Willow Tree figures is extremely special to me. After my husband's death, which is inevitable at this time, I will be able to feel his presence every time I look at our lives told through our Willow Tree figures. So I have now started giving them to my children and grandchildren for special occasions, so they may look upon their figures and remember the part of their life that it represents, hopefully with the pride and awe I feel every time I look at mine.

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    Submitted by Jill in North Somerset. England, March 2012

    Today my husband John and I bought Anniversary treating ourselves for our 46th anniversary on 12th January. This is such a lovely piece for us and so apt. It feels that we must have been in your mind when you created it, You see our surname is Bird and the engraving on the back depicts two birds, not only is that our name but also all those years ago instead of a bride & groom on the top of our wedding cake we had two birds exactly like the engraving , and to add to that my husband has a tattoo on his arm exactly the same again. As you can tell we will treasure this for a long time, so thank you. Also in our collection we have grandmother and the baby looks just as our grandson did at that sort of age down to the ginger hair, we also have brother and sister, which to us represents our two grandchildren.

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    Submitted by Deborah in Nevada, November 2011

    I have been receiving "Willow Tree" sculptures for many years now. Every time I receive one I get so excited because I know whoever is giving it to me knows what they mean to me and because I know it has been given with love. The sculpture I received yesterday, "Anniversary," was from my husband on our anniversary of one year. He knows I treasure these sculptures and he couldn't have gotten a more meaningful gift for me. I was so glad you had made one for an anniversary. I also was so happy to know that we, as consumers, could share our stories of our gifts of treasure, that you have made possible by your creativity and talent. Until this gift, I did not know we could share our stories. I have so many, each with a story of it's own and I will start my Collection bank and share what each of them have meant to me and by whom. Thank you for giving us not only the sculptures but a way to give back with our stories that might enlighten or signify a story of our own for someone. Keep sculpting and know we appreciate you so much.

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    Submitted by Andrea in WA, September 2011

    My husband and I came together under very unique circumstances, and got married two years ago today. I first saw your figurines in a local pharmacy, and I loved them. My husband snuck me away for our anniversary this year and surprised me with a secluded cabin in the woods, dinner for two at a locally owned restaurant and this figure with the sweetest card. The figure was perfect! I will always remember our getaway when I look at it. I hope to add to my collection over the years!

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    Submitted by Jayne in England, August 2011

    This is the second piece of Willow Tree that I have brought for a very special friend who has always been there for me and and my family, in good and bad times. Ann and her husband Allen are celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary and this piece says it all. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY ANN AND ALLEN. Jayne

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    Submitted by Rachel in Durham, July 2011

    This piece started my willow tree collection, it was given to me by my husband. He gave it to me as a wedding anniversary gift on our sixth anniversary. This piece was especially precious as until my sixth year of marriage we had never celebrated an anniversary or bought each other gifts. My husband didn't believe in it, he said that it was only the big milestones that counted. So this piece has changed how my husband sees celebrating marriage. I own several pieces now, most of which my husband has bought for me over the years. It's my ninth anniversary this year and my husband has very fittingly chosen the anniversary figure as my gift as nine years of marriage is our Willow Tree anniversary.

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    Submitted by Amanda in North Carolina, May 2011

    It was my husband and my 10 year anniversary. I was at work when I saw the Anniversary Willow Tree and said to a co-worker, "I wish my husband would buy this for me." He had come into the store when I wasn't working, and my co-worker told him I wanted this for our anniversary. He bought it for me. This is my first Willow Tee but I do want to start a collection after falling in love with this one.

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    Submitted by Tonica in missouri, April 2011

    My husband suffered a stroke and was unable to walk; we were not sure he would live. I noticed this Willow Tree in the gift shop at the hospital. I gave it to him to let him know I would always be there for him. This symbolized I would always be by his side. Two years later this past February he passed away at 38 years old. I have that Willow Tree on my shelf in my living room reminding me I will be with him in Heaven, and we will sit together again.

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    Submitted by Ronald in United Kingdom, January 2011

    I was sent the figure (Anniversary) by my grandson and my darling wife to celebrate our 60th wedding Anniverary here in England, and we just love it . Ron

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    Submitted by donna in ca, November 2010

    I was looking for anniversary gift ideas for my parents, who will be celebrating their 54th anniversary this December. When I found this sculpture, I knew it was perfect. Seeing it reminds me so much of my parents and their continued devotion to each other. It is a very touching figurine and brought tears to my eyes when I saw it!

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    Submitted by stephanie in england, November 2010

    My mother-in-law bought this piece for my husband and me for our 1st wedding anniversary. We were together for seven years when we conceived our daughter. We married when I was 30 weeks pregnant. This is the perfect gift for our 1st anniversary, as we are now a very very happy little family. I had never seen Willow Tree products before, but I love this piece and am sure now tht I have been introduced I will be starting a collection.

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    Submitted by Sandra in TN, November 2010

    I bought this figure on what would have been my 36th wedding anniversary. I saw it online on that day and it touched my heart. My husband passed away suddenly in May 2010; on that day we had been married for 35 years 6 months and 22 days. Thank you Susan for this beautiful sculpture. I will treasure it as I treasure his memory, every moment of every day!

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    Submitted by Sharon in Kansas, July 2010

    This figurine reminds me so much of my husband and I. My husband died July of '09, at the age of 59 from lung cancer and I am going to purchase this as a reminder of our 32 years together. Your figurines are so lovely and inspiring and comforting.

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    • Name: Anniversary
    • Materials: resin
    • Measurements: 6"h
    • Sentiment: Love ever endures
      "Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents.",