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Photobooth Props - Wedding Signs with different TEXT
**** IN STOCK - READY TO SHIP ****

♥ Would you like to make your wedding photobooth special ?!?
Just try on this super stylish photobooth props ! :) This set of black signs with white text is awesome for bride and groom photobooth, weddings group photo shoots or just as decor in a vase with flowers !


This set includes :
- 7 SMALL different Black signs with written TEXT by acrylic paint:

*I CAME FOR THE CAKE*
*i CAME FOR THE BEER*
*I'M HER*
*I'M HIS*
*I'M SEXY AND I KNOW IT*
*LOL*
*CENSORED*


Each sign is cut and written by hands. The signs are cut from very LIGHT but strong black FOAMBOARD , the bamboo sticks are attached using a hot non-toxic glue.

The size of each sings is different - from 7.4 x 5.5 inch (190 x 140 mm) to 4.5 x 5.5 inch (120 x 140 mm) , each stick is 5.6 in (150 mm)


♥Custom text in the signs are available, please message me if interested in to change smth.



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Photobooth Props - Wedding Signs with TEXT - Mix of small signs on sticks - Set of 7 photobooth signs- BEST PRICE

$24.50

Only 1 available

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Occasion: Wedding
  • Materials: acryl paint, bamboo stick, foamboard, foam board, paper, paint
  • Ships worldwide from Ukraine
  • Feedback: 967 reviews
  • Favorited by: 335 people