AMAZING DEAL ON OUR MOST POPULAR FLOWER BOUQUET!A few years ago, we sold several dozen bouquets to a theatre company for their production of PIPPIN.The cast used the bouquets in a number of performances before the show closed and the props were packed in storage.The company just sold the bouquets back to us- and we are offering them to you at a FRACTION of what a new bouquet sells for!The bouquets are in very good, very usable condition.There is some minor fading of the feathers on the stems.The feathers also shed!Then again, ALL bouquets made with real feathers will shed.But the cloth flowers are still vibrant, and the bouquets look terrific from stage (which is probably where you will be using them!).Best of all- they are inexpensive, so you don't have to stress about your actors ruining expensive props.
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Easier than you can imagine, you can instantly pull a bouquet of flowers from your sleeve! Or produce the bouquet from inside a rolled up newspaper, from inside an "empty" box (like a Square Circle), from underneath a cloth- you decide!
The working couldn't be easier! The bouquet is specially made to compress into a narrow area, so it can easily be hidden in a tightly rolled newspaper, inside a closed umbrella, or even up your sleeve. Once released, the bouquet instantly spreads out into an impressive size. The effect is quite magical- where did such a large bunch of flowers come from??
The bouquet is made of heavy duty cloth flowers, with hand dyed green feathers for the leaves. With a convenient pull ring built into the flower stem, this sleeve production bouquet is designed for years of trouble free use!
SORRY- DUE TO VERY LIMITED QUANTITY, WE CAN'T GUARANTEE THE COLOR CHOICE AVAILABLE WHEN YOU ORDER. You may request the color you prefer when ordering (put your request in the Comments Box on the Checkout Page).However, we may be already sold out of that color. We will do our best to ship the color you prefer.
And that's all you need!You supply your own trick or routine.
Please note: these are stage-used props.They show signs of wear, and they DO shed!However, they look fine from a distance!
For a dance recital, you could pack a number of these bouquets into a vase or container made to look like a vase. Pack them compressed, with just the stems sticking up. As each dancer passes the vase, s/he only has to pull a stem by the ring and POP! A flower bouquet appears. One by one, the dancers easily produce their bouquets, until all of them are holding a bunch of flowers. Very colorful! The stem and ring makes the bouquet easy to hold while dancing.Doing a production of Mary Poppins?Charles Ford of the Merely Players Theatre in Durango, CO used one of these bouquets to construct a trick for the scene where Bert magically presents flowers to Mary. See his instructions, including photos, here.Wonderful way to add color to your show- and make it look bigger! Produce the bouquet at the start of your show, and leave it out on a side table throughout the show. Looks great!Propose with style! Attach the engagement ring to the center of the bouquet. Produce the bouquet- and there is the ring!For a dance recital, you could pack a number of these bouquets into a vase or container made to look like a vase. Pack them compressed, with just the stems sticking up. As each dancer passes the vase, s/he only has to pull a stem by the ring and POP! A flower bouquet appears. One by one, the dancers easily produce their bouquets, until all of them are holding a bunch of flowers. Very colorful! The stem and ring makes the bouquet easy to hold while dancing.