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Post Wedding Sales / Give aways

It was over before we actually have the chance to sink into reality that it's our Wedding day!
But we must say we had a great deal of fun and had a fantastic wedding all thanks to our group of fantastic friends and helpers!
Gosh we were absolutely blessed with the people around us.

Anyway, to put that aside, (will follow up with a post of our AD events and our cinematic wedding night).

We have the following items to let go. All are hardly used - used probably for display in the day and kept in plastic the very next.

 a pair of cushions, didn't get to take the exact measurements but it's the size of those standard cushions. Let me know if you need exact measurements.
Going for $20 a pair. Used only for display purpose on AD & kept the next day.
Free pair of Ostrich feather pens below.

SOLD Pair of Ostrich Feather pens - Blk ball point pen.
Not for the fussy as it's a little yellowish when i got it. - FREE with pair of cushion purchase

                            GAVE AWAY 80X plain Wedding cards with silver string - FREE, to be self collected 

Pair of "Xi" wedding lamps $12. Used on AD of wedding only

SOLD Red umbrella @ $8 - used once on AD.

SOLD this pop corn box was used as our ang pow box for our cinematic wedding. Adds as a decor to the reception table as well. As it's DIY & handmade, it can be a little fragile.

SOLD Ring pillow: used once during solemnization: $8

SOLD Movie clap board @ $20

SOLDVintage red mailbox - 
Used to slot in guest wishes card in replacement of guestbook.
Mode of collection: Preferably at Toa Payoh Central.
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