201 North Maple Avenue, Unit E | Purcellville, VA 20132 | 540-751-2163

The Perfect Symbol Of Love

Love is in the air and all across the DC Metro area, couples are finalizing seating charts, and tasting cake and altering their wedding apparel for the final time. Wedding season is upon us and over the next few months you may be attending the nuptials of friends and family.  Besides the first go to question of what to wear, you should start thinking about your gift to the newlyweds.

Wedding gifts used to be something that would stand the test of time and show strength just as the union of two people. However, we have gotten away from the “forever” gift and are focusing on immediate needs. The gift registry is filled with everyday items for merging two lives and although the couple has hand selected everything on that list, giving a gift that has meaning, longevity and soul can become the heart of their new home.

A custom, hand-crafted farmhouse table can be the heirloom gift that starts the couple’s new journey together. These tables are designed specifically for each client, signed by the craftsmen and are created to hold life’s memories. The local, reclaimed wood demonstrates evolution and change just as the lives of the newlyweds are evolving and changing. The farmhouse table will be where they share their first meal at home as a forever couple, where they celebrate holidays with family and make remembrances with friends over a bottle of Loudoun County wine.

The gift of a custom farmhouse table will be with them from move to move, as time passes and will be part of their love, joy, sadness and happiness. Start their new journey with the gift that holds the memories of life’s moments; from the first dinner together to passing it down to the next generation.

Come and meet the craftsmen at Shenandoah Furniture Gallery to design your forever gift to the loved ones in your life. Nestled in downtown Purcellville, experience the warm hospitality that Loudoun County offers.

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