Post # 1
I have always loved fireflies and dreamed of somehow creating the look of fireflies at my wedding. Today I stumbled upon these:
and here is a video of what they do:
So my question is: has anyone ever used these/seen these before? I wonder how they look in person and if they are too large to place around and give the effect of fireflies.
Post # 3
I have heard of them… but kind of in the same boat as you. I have never seen them in person. I am considering them but it’d like to see them in the dark in person as well! I’ll def. post if I decide to order some though!
Post # 4
My mom and I found these on save-on-crafts.com. We fell in love and really want to place them around the garden I am having my reception to look like fireflies. They are pretty expensive though, for as few as you get! But I am just like all of you, I have never seen them in real life, but that is a risk I am willing to take, they seem awesome.
Post # 5
Couldn’t you just use Christmas lights?
Post # 6
@woodwindwaker: what I like about these is that they ebb and flow in brightness to stimulate fireflies and you can scatter them around a lot moer than christmas tree lights would be able to!
Post # 7
Yes, lets. 🙂 And they are wayyy more flexible than Christmas lights. I love the idea of scattering little orbs everywhere instead of being limited to plugging into an outlet. (there aren’t many in my reception place)
Post # 8
I am using these in my centerpieces (though never seen them in person yet). If anyone is re-selling theres, please message me 🙂
Post # 9
They are cool! Not sure about the price of them elsewhere but they are on sale on Think Geek’s website right now:
Post # 10
I’ve been wondering about these too. Our reception is around a pool and I’ve been thinking of lights for it ( but I bet the filter would make them all cluster together!)
I like the idea of putting them in the hedges too, but who gets to pick them all up later? 🙂
Post # 11
Do you have to collec them later? IF not, do they biodegrade or something? Otherwise I feel like it’s just like littering..
Post # 12
If anyone has these for sale. Please let me know! I want them for my rustic outdoor reception, but they are so expensive to buy.
Post # 13
Is anyone still looking for fairy berries? I’m using them for my wedding but I didn’t want to pay the outrageous price for them so I ordered them directly from a manufacturer. They are only .90 cents a piece instead of $1.80 per unit.
Post # 14
hmm i kinda sorta love these
Post # 15
I really like these!
I’d probably just use fairy lights as they’re cheaper and easier to put out/clean up, but the fact these imitate really fireflies is awesome, they’re beautiful.