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Unity Sand Ceremony Shadow Box Set


Unity Sand Ceremony Shadow Box Set



We are so excited ... one of our MOST POPULAR products is back in stock!

This beautiful alternative to the traditional unity candle, our Unity Sand Ceremony Shadow Box Set creates a sentimentally chic way to display your love. Perfect for outdoor ceremonies or destination weddings, this keepsake kit includes everything you'll need to create a memorable unity ceremony, as well as provide your home with a unique piece of decorative home decor after!

Unity Sand Ceremony Set






Simply display your finished sand artwork and use your pouring vases for candles, flowers, or whatever else you see fit, and you'll see just how amazing a symbolic centerpiece can be! Available in Black  and White. Sand not included.
This unity sand ceremony kit includes:
  • Large, black shadow box
  • Personalized glass insert
  • Two pouring vases
Details
Size: Shadow box measures 8 inches high by 6 inches wide by 3 inches deep. Holds up to 80 ounces. Two pouring vases measures 7 inches tall by 2.1875 inches in diameter. Holds up to 5.6 ounces.
Materials: Glass and wood.
Engraving Options:
The Sand Ceremony Shadow Box may be engraved with a single script initial, two first names (max of 12 characters per name) and numeric date at No Additional Cost.

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