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Cheap Wedding Guest Favors


cheap wedding guest favors
    wedding guest
  • The Wedding Guest is a 1916 drama film featuring Harry Carey.
  • a guest at a wedding
    favors
  • An attitude of approval or liking
  • Overgenerous preferential treatment
  • (favor) an act of gracious kindness
  • Support or advancement given as a sign of approval
  • (favor) prefer: promote over another; "he favors his second daughter"
  • (favor) an advantage to the benefit of someone or something; "the outcome was in his favor"
    cheap
  • (of an item for sale) Low in price; worth more than its cost
  • Charging low prices
  • (of prices or other charges) Low
  • brassy: tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"
  • bum: of very poor quality; flimsy
  • relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family restaurants"
cheap wedding guest favors - Fairy Tale
Fairy Tale Wedding Accessory Pen Set: Coach Design, 1
Fairy Tale Wedding Accessory Pen Set: Coach Design, 1
Finishing Touches Collection - Fairy Tale Coach Design Wedding Pen SetMeasures 10" Tall in Total6 .25" White Pen with Metal Tip2 .5" by 1 .5" Base in Ornate Carriage DesignPresented in White and Slate Gray Damask Design Box You have found your Prince Charming and can celebrate with a fantastic wedding celebration enhanced with the fairy tale coach design wedding pen set. The set measures 10" tall and includes a 2 .5" by 1 .5" base and 6 .25" white pen with metal tip. The base is ornately carved of white poly resin to resemble a magical fairy tale carriage. Intricate details include blooming roses, clear shimmering rhinestones and a royal crown at the top. Within the crown is a metal hinge and white pen holder. Part of the Finishing Touches Collection, the unique pen and holder set design is enhanced by presentation in a gray and white damask designed box with clear acrylic display top. A wonderful way for your invitees to sign your guest book, the fairy tale coach design wedding pen set will become a treasured keepsake of this special day.

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Trapped Memories
Trapped Memories
The disposable or single-use camera is a simple box camera sold with a roll of film installed, meant to be used once. Most use focus free lenses. Some are equipped with an integrated flash unit, and there are even waterproof versions for underwater photography. Internally, the cameras use a 135 film or an APS cartridge. While some disposables contain an actual cartridge as used for loading normal, reusable cameras,[1] others just have the film wound internally on an open spool. The whole camera is handed in for processing. Some of the cameras are recycled, i.e. refilled with film and resold. "Disposable" digital cameras are a recent innovation. These types of cameras forego film and use digital technology to take pictures. The cameras are returned for "processing" in the same fashion as film cameras. In general the one-time-use camera represents a return to the business model pioneered by Kodak for their KODAK camera, predecessor to the Brownie camera; they are particularly popular in situations where a reusable camera would be easily stolen or damaged, when one's regular camera is forgotten, or if one cannot afford a regular camera. he disposable camera was first developed by Fujifilm in 1986. Their Utsurun-Desu ("It takes pictures"[2]) or QuickSnap line used 35 mm film, while Eastman Kodak's 1987 Fling was based on 110 film[3]. Kodak released a 35 mm version in 1988[4], and in 1989 renamed the 35 mm version the FunSaver and discontinued the 110 mm Fling[5]. In Japan, the Utsurun was released in 1986 for 1380 yen and became widely accepted. Traditionally, cameras had been quite expensive in Japan and were only used during special occasions, and typically only by the male of the household. As a result of the introduction of cheap, lightweight disposable cameras in Japan a cultural shift began, where parents, and children were able to take photos, creating the "snap happy" stereotype that still persists today. Because of the immediate appeal, companies like Konica, Canon and Nikon soon produced their own models. To stay competitive, Fuji introduced advanced features to its original model such as panoramic photography, waterproofing and the inclusion of a flash. Some cameras even have a manual zoom feature which works by shifting two lenses in front of the shutter. By 2005 disposable cameras were a staple of the consumer film camera market and flash-equipped disposables were the norm. Disposable cameras are popular with tourists and are also a common solution for underwater photography by those who don't own a dedicated underwater camera or waterproof housing. Since the late 1990's, disposable cameras have become increasingly popular as wedding favours. Usually they are placed on tables at wedding receptions to be used by guests to capture their unique perspective of the event. More commonly they are available in colors to match the wedding theme such as ivory, blue, white, gold, etc.[6] So-called "accident camera kits" containing film-based disposable cameras[7][8] are increasingly being carried in vehicles[9]to take images as evidence after an accident. Digital photography is not generally acceptable as a form of evidence because it can be easily edited.
Wedding Guest Book Keepsake contents
Wedding Guest Book Keepsake contents
Complete kit. Everything included to make an original wedding guest book keepsake. Archival albums makes a family heirloom.

cheap wedding guest favors
cheap wedding guest favors
(Set of 100) White Paper Fans Wedding Favors
This listing is for a set of 100 fans. Looking for the perfect wedding favors for an outdoor reception, sassy summertime shindig, or just a simple way to keep your guests cool at the hottest affair of the season? The answer might just be blowing in the wind! These simple, elegant Asian white paper fans are a breezy breath of fresh air. Not only can a paper folding fan be used to keep guests comfy in sweltering sun, they can also be used as an artsy way to convey a message to friends and family! Consider adding a thoughtful note using a stamp or calligraphy, or try weaving a bit of colored paper through the spokes of each paper fan to create a clever place card holder and wedding favor all in one! Size: 10" in length If you need a different quanity, I can set up a special auction for you. LauraRLake@gmail.com Thanks!

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