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AHR Branch Centerpieces - NJ/NY/PA Pick Up

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Hello :) I have 8 centerpieces like the pictures below ready to sell if anyone is interested. I created 20 of them for our AHR reception a few weeks ago but some table left them behind, so I ended up with 8 left over. It'd be perfect for anyone who is having a small party with a few tables. If they don't sell all arranged together, I'd be willing to sell the parts separately. My husband wired all the hanging candles ( I have about 50 of those) if anyone is having a manzanita/branch like arrangement. I used basic votive candles that come in packs of 12. I would also sell the votive candle holders (only the glass). The green hydrangeas are silk and could easily be changed to a different color to match any decor. The table numbers were held up by a ceramic bird (have those also!). Basically anything you see in the centerpiece or around the table is for sale. Email me at rochas521@yahoo.com. I would prefer to sell them to someone in the NJ/NY/PA area where they'd be picked up or we could meet half way. I live in Jackson, NJ. Thanks ladies!

 

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How much are you selling them for? Also, could you tell me the height from the bottom to the tallest branch? I am in Central Jersey too, easy to pick up! wink.gif

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How much are you selling them for? Also, could you tell me the height from the bottom to the tallest branch? I am in Central Jersey too, easy to pick up! wink.gif

I will sell them completely arranged with 5 hanging votives on each one for $40 each one (that's $320 for all cool.gif. I spent about $70 to make each one, along with my time of course. The branches have ivory silk cherry blossom flowers. From bottle of vase to top of branch is 4 feet (yes, they are tall!).

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I will sell them completely arranged with 5 hanging votives on each one for $40 each one (that's $320 for all cool.gif. I spent about $70 to make each one, along with my time of course. The branches have ivory silk cherry blossom flowers. From bottle of vase to top of branch is 4 feet (yes, they are tall!).
Thanks for your response! I am going to have to pass, I was hoping that they weren't that tall...I wanted to transport to Mexico LOL...They are beautiful, I am sure that you will see them quickly! Good Luck!
PS. Your pics are AMAZING, you look beautiful!!
~Tanya

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