(Closed) Unity in Glass

posted 5 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
1283 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2017 - Baton Rouge, LA

@Soon2BeMrsS:  i have seen this on pinterest!! Very original. My Future Father-In-Law is a glassblower, so I would like to do this & have him blow us something. Fiance didn’t seem too into it when i told him about it- but i might have mentioned it before we were actually engaged, in which is wasnt very receptive to anything hah! I wanna follow this to see if anyone had good experiences & has anything super cool and unique from doing it!

Post # 5
205 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@Soon2BeMrsS:  Thanks so much for this! After I read your post I actually went and made an order with them! My fiancee and I were going to do a sand ceremony, but we fell in love with this idea instead! The glass maker has already been in touch with me, and my glass crystals are shipping tomorrow!

Post # 8
147 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

I just read about this somewhere and it looks so interesting! I like this better than the sand because of how the two different glass colors are permanently fused together. (Plus they can even incorporate actual sand which is great since we’ee getting married on the beach!) I’ve never really thought about doing a unity ceremony but I just like the idea of this one. Please post how your glass pieces turn out after your guys’ weddings!!

Post # 9
205 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Soon2BeMrsS:  Actually, we already got it back! Everyone loved our sand ceremony and thought it was so unique (which surprised me because I thought sand ceremonies were pretty common). We mailed the glass crystals out a few days after the wedding. I’d say we got the final products about 2 weeks after we shipped the crystals. We bought the unity sculpture as well as two hearts for our parents, and everything was just beautiful. The colors were great (though the teal was a little more green than I thought it would be) and the sculpture is gorgeous – and heavy!! I love having it as a reminder of our ceremony. He also sent along a little glass pendant for a necklace or something that was made out of the same crystals. 

Lee was nothing but nice, helpful, and responsive throughout the whole process. We collaborated on which colors to use and how much, and I wouldn’t have changed anything after seeing the final product. He even keeps some crystals archived in his studio in case the sculpture breaks so he can make a new one from the same original crystals, which I love.

So go ahead and place your order with confidence!

Post # 11
2 posts
  • Wedding: August 2014

leahthehun:  So glad to hear you had such a great experience and that you love how your sculpture turned out! I just ordered the crystals for our sculpture a couple days ago, and I’m so excited about incorporating it into our ceremony. Obviously the best part is that we’ll have a beautiful sculpture to display in our home for years to come! Lee has been so great to work with so far, so that’s also a huge plus!

I originally heard about Unity in Glass when I was browsing pinterest for wedding ideas. I ended up writing a blog about the company because I thought it was so unique! I know I’m not supposed to “self-promote” on the boards, but if you google the topic, you’ll probably find my blog. My wedding is in August, so I’ll let you know how my final sculpture turns out! 

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