Carlie Pronger reviewed Everlasting Unity Art — 5 star
August 23, 2015 ·
Donna is an amazing lady. I cannot stop looking at the beautiful art piece she has created for us from our wedding day.
This will truly take pride of place in our home. Was really pleased she could add two little paw prints into the art work to represent our fur babies. She also created a new colour for us to match our wedding colours.
So fortunate to have found her, this is truly a unique idea for representing two lives becoming one. Will definitely be back in the future. Money definitely well spent.
Sonya Burgoyne reviewed Everlasting Unity Art — 5 star
October 18, 2015 ·
I am sooo in love with the art piece I received as is my mother and mother in law.
The bead ceremony is definately something I will be recommending to anyone who wants something different and everlasting.
I am so so happy that I attended the wedding expo and saw you there.
It is a piece of our day that is just my husband and I...everytime I look at my plate, it takes me back to that day.
So so in love thank you sooooooo much xx
Jen Clements reviewed Everlasting Unity Art — 5 star
December 9, 2015 ·
Donna, we can not thank you enough for helping to make our wedding day extra special xxx
The glass bead ceremony was a perfect way of joining our two families and the art piece you created is absolutely STUNNING!
You are amazing at what you do and for the love you bring to the people you share it with.
Thank you again.
Mr & Mrs Clements
"My mother in law is not one to celebrate her birthday normally and when she said she would agree to celebrate her 65th we were delighted. When I saw your clear organic bowl with the coloured glass beads I knew she would love it! Her favourite colour is red and she uses it a lot through her home.
We chose the red to represent her and the black, grey and white to represent my husband and his two siblings and our respective families.
When I saw it completed I was thrilled with the quality of the finished art piece and how well the colours worked.
She has a red rug in the room I think it will go in and black cushions so I think it will be amazing. A meaningful but also for her a very practical piece of art.
Thank you so much. Corinne xx "
Megan Nicholson reviewed Everlasting Unity Art — 5 star
December 5, 2014 ·
Thank you very very much Donna for our gorgeous wedding pieces!
Our guests loved our unique ceremony ritual idea! We loved the special touch of adding a paw print for our puppy Sakè. Our platter is a gorgeous centrepiece for everyone to see and our parents absolutely loved their gorgeous hearts they were a wonderful gift idea!!
You were an absolute pleasure to deal with and we can't wait to have some of our left over beads created into something special when we have children.
Thanks so much again! Josh, Megan & Sakè
"I just wanted to thank you so much for Janette's Tree of Life 50th masterpiece, she absolutely loves it!
You have created a divine piece, exactly what I dreamt of.
Everlasting Unity Art added 2 new photos to their facebook timeline
June 11, 2015 ·
I recently sent off a bead ceremony and then made an art piece for a gorgeous little one year old Gabrielle for her naming day. The bead ceremonies are just as special for this as they are for a memorable wedding day. The coloured beads represented her mum and dad, herself, two siblings, her grandmother and greatgrandmother. (she was named after both grandmothers). Family and friends were told which colour represented each person and tribute was made to those who were no longer with them. What made the day even more special for Gabrielle
is that her celebrant mother Fiona McIntyre conducted the ceremony herself, along with some expected tears and I thought I'd share the words she spoke during the ceremony as an idea for other parents wanting to celebrate such a special day in a unique way.
"We would like to create something for Gabrielle that encapsulates all of these special people and is something she can carry wherever she goes.
We have 7 different colours of glass beads which we will pour into a vase. They will then be melted to form a heart which will be placed in a framed box that she can stand up or put on the wall. It will be something to look at when she needs reassurance, guidance, strength and love. It will symbolise that she is part of a family that loves her and she is always surrounded by that love."
As someone who had three children marrying a man with two I think similar wording would would have been a great way of bringing together our new family in a lasting and artistic way.
So from this....the ceremony, to this....the finished art work.
The heart is hung on her wall now and the hanging heart is a gift for her grandmother xx