Personalized Purple Frame Sunglasses Favors
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Purple frame sunglasses personalized with custom printed clear stickers
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Purple frame sunglasses personalized with custom printed clear stickers Font options for personalized stickers on sunglass favors Imprint color options for custom print on sunglasses favor stickers  
Let the fun begin at your bridal shower, bachelorette party, birthday party, graduation party or any outdoor celebration with fun purple frame 400UV rated sunglasses favors with personalized clear stickers custom printed with 2 lines of custom print in your choice of font style and imprint color. 

Each pair of purple plastic wide frame sunglasses measures 5 1/2 inches wide by 1 3/4 inch tall and features dark, 400UV protection lenses. The personalized clear plastic waterproof labels (one label per pair) are included on easy-peel 8 1/2 inch by 11 inch sheets to affix to each pair of sunglasses prior to your wedding day. Each label measures 2 5/8 inches long by 1/4 inch wide and is custom printed in your choice of 10 imprinted colors including orange, green, blue, pink, turquoise, navy, purple, brown, black or gray.

Assembly Required: Personalized labels will arrive separately and will need to be affixed onto each pair of sunglasses.
Personalized Purple Frame Sunglasses Favors
Item#: MWR1467  
In Stock:  Yes
Your Price:  
Quantity 96 - 191 192+
 Price $1.49
Assembly Required:
Personalized labels arrive separately
to be affixed to each pair of sunglasses.
1 Sticker per sunglasses set
Please make your selections for the personalization options.
Enter Line 1 Print (Ex. Marg & Paul): 
Enter Line 2 Print (Ex. 4.12.15): 
Font Style 
Imprint Color 
 Average Rating:  4 Star Rating
 based on 3 Customer Reviews  
   Awesome!, July 18, 2016  By Michele (Victor, NY)
This is just what I was looking forward to having at my reception.
   Awesome, July 11, 2016  By Michele (Victor, NY)
Just what I was looking for!
   Sunglasses, May 18, 2016  By Megan (Painesville, OH)
Very nice. Wish labels were better