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Would you buy these for a wedding?

Re: Would you buy these for a wedding?

  • I'm honestly not a huge fan of those. I'm assuming you're looking at them for centerpieces, right? What about something a little more subtle, like a mason jar with a tealight inside? If you're having a winter wedding, you can cover them with ribbon/lace/burlap depending on your colors. 

    As for lights, these things last forever and look like real candles without getting hot/making a mess: 
  • Yesterday when I tried to type in the text box the program would not allow me to do so. 

    I actually did make these for my wedding and used them as the table centerpieces. If was many years ago.

    I was told that I might be able to sell them on the side (I'm a SAHM). So I was just wanting others' advice on whether this would be marketable. I was considering winter themes (snowflakes, holly etc.) and wedding things like wedding rings or double hearts. 

    Thank you for your opinion. 

  • I definitely think you'd be able to market them! They're cute and well-done, just not my style. 
  • Awesome. 

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