We can show you how to use rhymes for roasts, toasts and tributes to celebrate any personal, family or business event. Our website tells how we do it: www.rhymeshop.com
25 years as songwriter/lyricist (ASCAP member) and provider of tributes-in-verse, toasts and roasts for private clients and business organizations all across the United States.
Parties of all types are fun events!
The varied assignments give me expanding insight into the personalities of both clients and the subjects I write about.
Lyricists often are the most creative poetry writers because their words are meant to be read aloud.
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I can help with an invitation. Just go to my website: www.rhymeshop.com -- Felicia
Depending on the guests, you might put more emphasis on the birthday but still acknowledge the baptism. I think I might be able to help via my website (www.rhymeshop.com if you provide enough information
Sounds like fun, Becky. I can create what you want thru my website, www.rhymeshop.com. Enter the information you've written and decide how many stanzas you want to order. I'll take it from there and
29 is a sort of in-between age or stage in life. Perhaps a theme might be (depending on his life situation, job, careers, etc) a theme might be -- "on your way" full steam ahead, something that suggests