Monday, December 3, 2007

Get Them Before They're Gone!

Since winter has made its appearance on the West Coast, it's definitely time to clean out our summer inventory and make room for 2008 products.
We have some exciting things lined up to debut in February, but until then, take advantage of our sale items before they're gone! When an item is sold out, that's it. We will not be restocking anything that you see on the sale page in 2008.

Here are a few of our favorites!

Made from delicate, handblown bubble glass, these bud vases are such a beautiful addtion to any wedding tabletop. Inspired by light summery hues, we picture these clustered together on crisp white linens at an outdoor wedding or party.
IDEA: If you are decorating long rectangular tables, try grouping these by color down the centre of the table. Add a few tealights in between to add depth and cast a soft glow around the room.

We loved these taper holders with crystals when we first laid eyes on them. And judging by the numbers that we have in stock - so did you! Nickel-plated with dangling crystals, they hold a standard taper and add an elegant touch to any wedding.
IDEA: Since they look so pretty in photographs, consider adding a couple in different sizes to your signing table at the ceremony, or to your guest book table.

These votives may seem subdued in the photos, but they are really anything but! We originally thought they would be perfect for a Moroccan or other ethnic-inspired wedding theme, but since Christmas is right around the corner, they are also the perfect decorative accent for this season!
IDEA: Cluster in groups of different sizes on fireplace mantles, dining room and coffee tables. Really any surface where they will bring cozy light and a touch of festive color to the room is perfect.
Check out our sale page to see what other great steals we have. Think about mixing and matching certain items to create the look that you want. And remember, don't wait too long - these items are all clearance to make room for our exciting 2008 stock!

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