Rolled towels formed into a cupcake
We found towel cupcakes which are nice giveaways for baptismal and children’s parties. The towels are available in several colors that are almost all in pastel shades. Each piece costs PhP60. Also on display are mini teddy bears with notes inked with: “Welcome to the Christian World, Baby ____!” Bears are priced at PhP60 per piece.
Handcrafted wire souvenir items for weddings, anniversaries, and debut parties
Wire desk knick knacks displayed at Helen and Jerry Souvenir Shop range from PhP35 to PhP90, depending on the size and design. These types of souvenirs are ideal giveaways for baptismal, wedding, birthday, debut, and corporate parties. Some items can be decorated with the celebrant’s image or company logo based on the clients’ preference.
Most of the designs and motifs displayed in other stalls are conventional or too common for someone’s taste but will definitely save the customers from overspending. If you would like to create your own design, try to ask the supplier if they can customize based on a layout you will provide. Make sure you discuss terms and pricing before you close the deal.
Having already visited three stalls around the area and realizing that they all offer typical souvenirs, we decided to call it a day. But then before we bid adieu to 168 Shopping Mall, a store that exhibits wedding invitations and souvenirs for every event caught our attention. The store was filled with customers while the sales attendants seemed too busy entertaining customers so just we just opted to look around a bit and then asked for their business card so we can make inquiries online.
The store is Josie and Antong’s shop and they have a Facebook account where pictures of the items available in their physical store are posted. Interested customers can message them online or contact them on their mobile for directions at +639287704611 if they want to visit the shop.
Here are some of the items they offer:
Cartoon character picture frames where you can insert party details
Event souvenirs made from glass (Photos from Josie Bell Facebook account)