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These "paper lace" flags look festive as centerpieces or can be used in floral arrangements.

In fact, when banderitas and flowers are used together in centerpieces, less expensive floral arrangements can be used.

When your mother-in-law freaks out, just remind her, “til death do us part! Banners are 6" high x 9" wide and are mounted on an 18" long dowel.

Banderitas make unique & inexpensive favors for parties or weddings.

Hang them at the ceremony location, bride's home, reception or bridal shower.

"In-stock" papel picado banners are white, finely detailed lacy tissue paper, ready for shipment. 20 feet and each panel measures 13" x 18" and have two each of 5 different designs.

- or be silhouetted by a midnight full moon while sharing a way too expensive bottle of red wine on a balcony with a serenade playing below....

Images include birds, fruit, flowers, hearts & the sun. Use for birthdays, anniversaries, BBQs, fiestas, etc. Our artist adds special little details as he sees fit for each bride. Our artist lives in a very tiny village in Mexico but is internationally recognized as a master paper cut artist.

The minimum order for custom papel picado banners is: 18 banner string units (consisting of 10 14"x19 panels") @ .00 per string = 4.00 Each banner string stretches to about 20 feet. Most colors are available in Mexico, however, the colors may be approximations of what you view on your computer screen at home.

They are also available in opaque plastic - not as pretty as tissue, but practical for outdoor weddings in humid or unpredictable climates. You may choose to have your custom panel with your names and the date of the wedding interspersed with one or two panels from either our traditional banner or wedding banner selection such as birds with flowers, hearts and birds or a wedding cake, etc., (or from the Day of the Dead themed banners) The lead time is 8 to 12 weeks.

To get started right away, please email us the following information: Adrianne and Ryan's Wedding, November 1, 2015 Wedding Wire Check out their Día de los Muertos Rehearsal and Welcome Dinner Vintage Mexican Wedding Ideas Southern California Bride, January 20, 2015 Features Mexican Sugar custom papel picado banners Dina & Brett: Villa del Sol Wedding Burtie & Bloom Fine Art Photography, April 20, 2014 Features Mexican Sugar custom papel picado paper banners and banderitas Nuptial | Phil Jen | Nevada City Wedding Photographer Anna Christine Photography, September 12, 2014 Features Mexican Sugar custom papel picado banners Lucha Libre Wedding | Los Angeles Polka Photos, July 23, 2014 Features Mexican Sugar wedding party favors Cape Cod Real Wedding | Laura & James (June 15, 2013) Well Wed - Cape Cod Real Weddings, January 16, 2014 Features Mexican Sugar custom papel picado paper banners and banderitas Retro Day of the Dead Wedding at Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, , November 1, 2013 Features Mexican Sugar Cake topper Meaux and Jason's Día de los Tiki Muertos Wedding, October 5, 2013 Design Inspiration: Feminine Fiesta, Exquisite Weddings & The Bridal Suite by San Diego Magazine, May 16, 2013 Features Mexican Sugar Papel Picado Romantic Latin inspired wedding inspiration, 100 Layer Cake, April 3, 2013 Chris & Raquel’s Southwest Elegance Wedding, New Mexico Wedding Magazine, February 27, 2013 Features Mexican Sugar Papel Picado (banners) Day of the Dead Wedding, Bridesmaid.com, December 20, 2012 Darcy & Charles' stripey vegan fancypunk wedding, Offbeat Bride, August 15, 2012 features Mexican Sugar Día De Los Muertos Papel Picado (banners) Caitlyn John: Arkansas Wedding, Daniel Kim Fine Art Wedding Photography, July 19, 2012 Features Mexican Sugar lace banners MKJH Riviera Maya | Fiesta in the Palapa, : Bridal tips & tales from D.

We're so confident you'll love our stationery that we offer free samples.

B1076 /10 piece assortment paper in bright assorted colors B1076-100 0/100 pieces B1076-200 0/200 pieces means Congratulations! Note here, the little mini hearts used in the date instead of dots! He is the keeper of a dying tradition and is the best of the best!

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