Style iFC00 - Our most popular sunglasses. Highest quality plastic frames, high gloss finish. Full color sunglasses, includes transparent plastics. Choose any from this group, minimum per color is 24 pair. Full UV. Use our art for free or submit your own.
Price Chart • iFC00
Minimum: 100 pair. Price is for the finished product with a one-side imprint. Prices are on a sliding scale discount.
One of the yellow colors in this group of imprint sunglasses is more of a goldenrod color. It is not a lemon yellow. The goldenrod yellow has a bit more brown in it than lemon yellow. We make this distinction because we don't want any of our customers to be disappointed when the package of personalized sunglasses arrive at your door. Flux Architect font used, brown ink.
Custom Sunglasses: How hard could it be?
Couples who are engaged have so many decisions to make when preparing for their wedding. First choice: big or small wedding? Then: religious or civil? Inside or outside? Any person who has had the experience of a wedding understands the relentles lineup of decsions detailed in planning a wedding. Inasmuch as our company was one of he fist internet merchants selling sunglasses online, we know very well that a couple's decision to use custom sunglasses at their rehearsal dinner or wedding is very often a last minute decision.
How to mix fonts and art
The imprintable area on the side arms of the sunglasses is limited. This is one of the most misunderstood procedures of ordering custom sunglasses for a wedding. Although the general imprint area size is 2" long, it is actually quite small. Many engaged couples design their logo with too much information. An overcrowded logo requires using fonts that are too small and reducing the size of the graphics so the effect is minimized. Our Art Department can provide suggestions when we spot this situation.
Imprint area on the arm explained
The best design for the side of sunglasses is the simple one. We always like using the classic heart shape for weddings. Many couples request the date of the wedding stacked below the first names of couple. Although we never criticize, we feel this waste what precious space that is available. When extraneous information is included as part of the imprint, the size of the surrounding items has to become smaller. Including a wedding date we feel is a attached to the tradition of including the wedding date on napkins and centerpieces, etc. Our opinion is the tradition is passé.