Custom Gift Ideas For Special Occasions
Add to the excitement of your next special event with personalized t-shirts or custom hoodies from CustomInk! Check out these fun photos submitted by our customers for some great bachelorette party t-shirt ideas, birthday party t-shirt ideas, family reunion t-shirts, and more.
Notorious 11s 20th anniversary by Notorious_11_reunion - about 5 years ago
Last night out!! by KirstenLee - about 5 years ago
Totally Ballin' by Cherise - about 5 years ago
"We just had our family reunion and made t-shirts to celebrate the event. Custom Ink was able to provide the shirts for us with a tight deadline. We were also pleased that they were able to provide the same custom shirt for us ranging from the smallest (XS child) to the largest (4X) without any problems. Excellent customer service!"
Fraternity Camp out by Rutski - about 5 years ago
The Mazza Family Reunion by Mazzas - about 5 years ago
Bachelorette Party by Bride - about 5 years ago
Amanda's last weekend single! by Mingle - about 5 years ago
"Us 6 ladies went on a 4 day backcountry mule packtrip to celebrate our best friend Amanda's last weekend single. Since most of us have done multiple trips into the backcountry I wanted to host a unique bacherlorette like one on has ever attended. it was a totally surprise to all the girls, I gave them their shirts when we got into camp and we wore them out on our ride back to the trailhead!!!It was great fun, amazing weather, but pretty unforgiving mosquitos...we all are planning another trip next year so more t-shirts will be in the works!!! Custom Ink was great, I received my t-shirts right on time, and it was so much fun putting the idea for the shirts together,"
Vegas Shit Show! by Coop - about 5 years ago
July 4 Post Wedding Pub Crawl by PubCrawl - about 5 years ago
"A July 3 Indian-Jamaican wedding in Pittsburgh followed by a July 4 post-wedding pub crawl through downtown. We ordered 100 shirts and they were all distributed to our friends who stuck around for the crawl, wore the shirts all day, to the point where strangers were stopping us to ask us who we were and what our shirts were all about."