Catch up on the anniversary fun in part one, two and three. As well as our shirt design here.
You might have noticed from some of my previous pictures from the big anniversary weekend that at one point we all had our matching charcoal gray shirts on. (Let me remind you that all those people are immediate family – Steve’s parents, siblings and siblings children) We thought it would be fun to have a shirt to commemorate our celebration (similar to the shirts I designed for the last big family reunion.)
I went with something simple yet meaningful to the family. Of course the 50 is there for 50 years of marriage. The orange symbolizes Arizona and their upbringing (Steve’s parents LOVE oranges and have many trees in their yard) and there are 9 slices in the orange, one for each kid.
The shirt is amazingly soft and might be my kids new favorite…until they grow out of it!
where did you order the t-shirts from? thanks!
[I enjoy your blog often!]
The shirts are from next level apparel – its a tri-blend crew in vintage black (which is really a heathered charcoal. I'm assuming most any t-shirt printer would be able to get these shirts. Good luck!
Save it for a t-shirt quilt for later!!
That's a great idea!
Great design. Would you share where you ordered the tshirts? Thank you.
The shirts are from next level apparel – its a tri-blend crew in vintage black (which is really a heathered charcoal). I'm assuming most any t-shirt printer would be able to get these shirts, you can probably search online and find them as well. Good luck!
Thanks so much. They will be perfect for our upcoming Baldapalooza Music Festival in Eagle, Idaho. I enjoy reading your posts…reminds me of when we lived in Mesa. My boys were younger and they lived in the pool!