Testimonials

“My family and I have commissioned rhymingtributes.com for several important occasions. One notable best man’s toast at a wedding of 300 drew laughter and applause from a distinguished audience of luminaries from the world of academia, business and the arts. Another smashing success was a toast for a Stanford Business School classmate at an elegant international wedding in Amsterdam. We have found their work to be clever, imaginative, humorous, and always perfectly tailored to the event.”

— J. Carlson
Mill Valley, CA

“Our band was asked to play at a fund-raiser for the Northampton Education Foundation. Our repertoire consists mainly of folk/rock songs from the ’60s and ’70s, but we needed something special for the occasion. We gave rhymingtributes.com details of the various charitable groups that were working to support the public schools and they put together a witty, clever and memorable song, performed to the tune of Nat King Cole’s L-O-V-E (Ours was N-E-F), and even managed to work in a lyric that included the name of the PTO chair, Ellen Nigrosh! It brought the house down. We’ll be back!”

— P. Bigwood (of The Dadz)
Northampton, MA

“We have used rhymingtributes.com for my wife’s 40th birthday, my mother-in-law’s 70th, and now my mother’s 70th. My experience is that rhymingtributes.com makes a major family occasion exceptional.”

— T. Logan
Palo Alto, CA

“We wanted a unique gift of memory and sentiment. The music and text were easy to learn and everyone in the family played a part. The section of the video where we sang your tribute is the part that everyone says best captures the event. It was perfect.”

— E. Lindeman
Coronado, CA

“Giving my wife a presentation-quality, personalized love poem was a cinch. I provided rhymingtributes.com with the facts, they did all the work, and I got all the glory…and that’s not all I got.”

— H. Ford,
NYC

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. J. Grandbois  |  December 26, 2008 at 12:34 pm

    I really like the samples on your website. Especially the one about Paul Simon getting hysterical and the one about the mother on fire.

    Reply

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