We’re back with a brand spankin new giveaway contest!! This week we’ve teamed up with Benjamin from the Etsy shop Hammer on Steel who is offering a groomsmen gifts giveaway prize to a lucky WedLoft reader!
Benjamin creates handmade, one of a kind pieces from steel. His popular wedding items, and this week’s giveaway prize, are his custom made bottle openers! These rugged, hand forged and personalized bottle openers are an ideal gift for your groomsmen! A super cool gift for your guys that will certainly hold up to the wear and tear of frequent use :)
Giveaway Details: One winner will receive $100 towards an order of customized bottle openers for your wedding party. Hand-forged by artist blacksmith Benjamin Westbrook in the wilds of Easthampton, MA, they are sure to delight your discerning beer-drinking pals. Each bottle opener is individually hand-forged and stamped with the initials, names, or totally obscure nicknames of your groomsmen, family, friends, frat brothers, etc. This prize can be applied towards an order of four or more bottle openers customized in whatever way you choose.
Value: $100 (plus free shipping) Production Time: Prize can be provided as quick as a two week turnaround from the time the details of your order have been provided. Not getting married right away? No worries, the prize is good for a whole year! Contest open to US residents.
To enter for a chance to win, simply comment on this post! You may comment as frequently as once per day through Tuesday, December 11 by 11:59 pm EST. You can ALSO do any of the following to increase your chances of winning:
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