Year Two: China

This giveaway is closed.  See who won here

Today is the second anniversary giveaway (enter yesterday’s paper giveaway here).  Traditional gifts are cotton, but the modern alternative is china.  And I’ve drooled over nearly everything in the Terttulla shop.

Adorable hand thrown ceramics in happy colors.  Need I say more?  Up for grabs today is this set of salt and pepper pods with bamboo spoons.

The Goods: A set of cute salt and pepper pods from Tertulla.

To Enter:  Leave a comment, which can (but doesn’t have to) include our Just for Fun question.

Just for Fun:  Where did you get married?  Your home town?  A vacation destination?  Las Vegas?

Contest Closes: Sunday, June 17th at 11:59 pm, central time.

Number of Winners: One!

Ships: Anywhere in the US.

Other Info: We will select the winner using and announce on Monday, June 18th.  Good luck!!


102 thoughts on “Year Two: China

  1. we got married down the street, in our home town. Loved it! it was so simple, and we will also be celebrating 6 years of marriage in November. It’s been great!
    Congratulations to you!
    love the ceramic set!

  2. I got married in our town, on the same day and at the same time the gay rodeo was going on right next door. The reception was a blast! 😉

  3. These salt and pepper pots are so cute-perfect for our kitchen! My boo and I aren’t married yet but maybe someday and then we’re shooting for a secret city hall ceremony, which I think is the most romantic thing ever.

  4. We got married exactly 1 year ago today (June 11) in Wilmette, Illinois, at the Baha’i House of Worship – the only one on the North American continent! 🙂 It wasn’t a requirement, but as we had family coming from all over the world, we felt it was a great destination instead of somewhere in Northwest Ohio.

  5. We recently celebrated our 1 year! We were married in one of those all inclusive types, wedding factory venues. Unfortunately, outdoor weddings are impossible in Texas summers.

  6. We got married in my hometown church about 1/2 mile away from my parents’ house. 🙂 And moved halfway around the world 2 weeks later…

  7. Another very cool giveaway. Thank you.

    We eloped to Vegas! My family is huge and my husband’s is just his parents and his brother. We decided to not pay for a big old family reunion for my family and make it cheap and simple and just for us. It was perfect.

  8. We got married at the college where we met in Grand Rapids, MI. My dear hubby proposed to me in the Chapel there, and less than a year later, we said our vows on the same Chapel stairs. Perfect.

  9. I was married on March 9, 2012… 12 is our #…. 3/9/12…3+9=12… Corny but I love it :). We married in Brooklyn, NY in the chambers of the judge I work for… We are both from Williamburg Brooklyn. We haven’t honeymooned yet.. Our trip will be a gift from my parents.. We aren’t sure where yet, either Dominican Republic or Hawaii 🙂

  10. We were married at our home church in Nampa, Idaho. Almost 22 years with the most amazing husband! Great giveaway!!

  11. We got married out in the sticks at a yacht club and thought no one would attend because it was so far from, well, everything. But, 9/11 happened 4 days before our wedding and we had a ton of people who showed up (many who rsvp-ed no) to do something fun and happy while our nation was in turmoil.

  12. I got married at my home church which was out of state for me, but I knew there was nowhere else I wanted to be married since my parents were married there too.

  13. Not married yet, but I would love to get married in Destin, Fl. My boyfriend and I have a epic trip to D.C. planned for next month! Can’t wait!!!

  14. Well, because of family disagreements, Carlos and I got married upon me visiting him to meet his family, at a judge’s house in Delaware, right across the border of PA, with his sister and his best friend as our witnesses. We celebrated at Cinnabon = )

    I must say, even though I wanted a wedding (simple and with no more than 40 people), it was a good decision, and I would do it again

    ~ L..

  15. We got married in Door County, Wisconsin. A lovely harbor town with yummy cherries. Only it was the middle of winter. 🙂 Still beautiful, though.

  16. We got married in our hometown at the house that I grew up in and my father built! We just celebrated our 6 years back in March as well.

  17. So cute!!! We got married in our hometown in Kentucky in the church that I grew up in. We now lives 2 states away but I love that little white church. Heading to the Gulf Coast for vacation later this summer!!!

  18. We got married twice! Once in his hometown (the civil wedding), and once in my hometown (religious wedding). We did it that way because I’m from another country and we wanted to celebrate with both our families (:

  19. I am not married but I would love to have those salt and pepper pods! I do however have a wonderful 7 year old son and sweet 3 year old cairn terrier who fill me with such joy that my life is complete!

  20. We got married in Winnetka, IL, just outside of Chicago. We actually got married in the same place my husband had attended “cornflake camp” as a little kid!

  21. We had a weddingmoon! We took 60 people with us and got married on the beach in Negril, Jamaica. Then we sent them all home stayed for another week. We got married in January to really enjoy the nice hot weather in the middle of a cold Wisconsin winter too. It’s been 6 year now and we need to go back soon!

  22. I’ve been looking for some cute salt and pepper pods, with spoons!

    My husband and I got married in the church he grew up in his hometown, but had the reception 20 minutes away in my hometown.

  23. My husband and I got married in the mountains near his childhood home. It was a lovely old family farm with a beautiful view of the Smoky Mountains.

  24. We got married on the beach, which at the time, was where we living. My husband was stationed in Beaufort, SC as Drill Instructor in the Marine Corps. We had lived together for about a year and right before he left on an 8 month govt vacay, we got married on Hunting Island Beach with a few group of friends in attendance. The chaplain who married is a friend of ours and I was actually their oldest sons t-ball coach. His wife took our pictures and my friends were actually the ones that planned everything. It was perfect

  25. These are so cute! Just checked out her shop. Sad she’s closing up shop but awesome she’s moving to Sweden =) I got married in my hubby’s home town =)

  26. We were married (20 years ago this September!) in our hometown – it was before the big “destination” wedding trend hit, but it was just the way I wanted it – with all the people we love around us.

  27. I love this cermaic set – I’ve been wanting something like this. My husband and I got married in a castle in Sleepy Hollow, NY!

  28. We got married in the town we were living in at the time ( my husband’s military, so we don’t have a “home town” to speak of). It was semi-destination, since all our friends & family had to travel to us. Made it easier for planning, though, since everything was local for me 🙂

  29. We got married in the area where my parents were living at that time. It was conveniently in the middle for each of our families so it worked out really well.

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