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Unity Sand Frame
If ordered today, we estimate your order will be printed, packed and ready for shipment on Thursday, September 29.

Unity Sand Frame

Item Number: DWLIL105


Description and Details

Create a lasting keepsake by incorporating this unity sand frame into your wedding ceremony. The glass frame is designed to be filled with two colors of sand, which surround your photo with color and meaning. The brown resin frame has a sliding lid for adding sand and keeping it secure after the ceremony. The design features romantic verses and flourish design, perfect for any newlywed couple. Frame holds one 4" x 6" photo. Sand sold separately.

  • Size: 11" wide, 9" tall, 1 5/8" deep


Review Summary
(Based on 2 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 2.5 / 5.0


It's Cute!
Steph from MI wrote on August 07, 2012:

I will be using this for my September wedding and so far it looks like it will be a nice product. It's very pretty and easy to use. The only thing I did not care for is that you have to "tape" a picture to the front glass, I would have preferred a slot or something to slide the picture into, but it's not a deal-breaker.

Very disappointed
Taylor from MT wrote on June 21, 2012:

I would not recommend this product to anyone. I was so excited about using a frame for unity sand at my wedding, it was something unique that I have never seen before. When I received it, the corner of the frame was broken and the inner glass pane (the one that keeps the sand in) was not glued in. The outer glass should be the only thing that can be removed so that a photo can be inserted, but instead they both came out which obviously would not work. I called the company and they promptly sent me a new one without charging me shipping (my wedding was in one week). Unfortunately, when I received the new frame, the inner glass pane was still not glued in. I know it was supposed to be glued because that is what the directions implied and there were glue marks around the edges. If I wasn't planning on eventually putting a photo from my wedding in the frame, it would have been alright, but that isn't the purpose of the frame, otherwise I wouldn't have purchased it. So in the end, I purchased a vase from a local florist to do the unity sand ceremony with. If you do decide to purchase this product, I hope you have better luck than I did.