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Two Shall Become One Christmas Ornament
Personalized Christmas Ornament
Dimensions: 3 1/4" diameter
Material: Glass Ball
This female angel and male angel are tying the knot, lighting their unity candle together as they take their wedding vows to walk hand in hand 'til death do them part. This personalized wedding ornament is handpainted in the USA and makes a wonderful wedding gift or perfect bridal shower gift for the happy couple celebrating their nuptials.
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11/21/2015 - "I have ordered many times! I love everything about the company and product! Anonymous Respondent"
12/9/2015 - "Very speedy delivery. Judy S."
1/17/2016 - "On time for Christmas!!!!!!!! and called me to make sure spelling was correct I'm very happpyyyyy with service! Crisanta R."
9/26/2016 - "Repeat customer....love the web site and love the products. Anonymous Respondent"
12/9/2015 - "I called because I couldn't find an ornament with 2 cats! The girl added what I needed and helped me select the perfect ornament. Love your company! Colleen W."
7/25/2016 - "Every single year I buy an ornament for our family and as gifts. I've never considered buying one elsewhere. Great assortment. Jennifer Q."
12/2/2015 - "Loved my ornaments. I have already ordered more and I have recommended ornament shop to several friends! Brian D."
6/11/2016 - "I give my children, who are all grown, ornaments every Christmas and I always get them here. Donna R."
10/2/2016 - "I have ordered from OrnamentShop on several occasions. I am always happy with your products, your personalization and the quality of the ornaments. I have recommended you many times over the last several years. Thanks. Marcia H."
10/9/2016 - "I have been ordering from you for over 14 years. The highlight of Thanksgiving for my grand kids are opening their Christmas ornaments for the year. I always pick ornaments to reflect something new they have done that year. Then when they travel home after Thanksgiving they have their new ornaments for their tree. Joyce S."