For brides and grooms looking for nice cheap black and white sunglasses for their wedding, this is a great style for the white. Pair it with it's match in black here: black party sunglasses.
These white sunglasses have a nice shine on the frame. The silver metal charm embellishments on either side of the front dress these fine sunglasses up with a sophisticated piece of extra styling. This style is designed to be worn for a party, wedding or special event. As such, they do not have UV protection -- that helps keep the price down for you.
Professional wedding photographers often purchase a case at a time for their clients. Our sunglasses are offered at their lowest price when 25+ dozen are purchased. Photographers or wedding event planners purchase the white sunglasses in bulk quantity, then offer them back to their clients, the brides and grooms, at a discounted price.
To keep the price down, the lenses in the 2200 style do not contain UV protection. While this has no impact on the effect desired for a party or wedding, it is important that your guests do not use them as protection from the sun beyond the party event.
There are so many ways to get married today. Couples are no longer limited to religious buildings like churches, temples or mosques. Weddings can take place anywhere from a municipal building to a canoe, a barn, the beach or the top of a mountain. While we certainly love our white sunglasses, today we also offer the classic black party sunglasses, colorful sunglasses and even rainbow sunglasses. The rainbow sunglasses are wonderful for many reasons. One of the great times to use the rainbow sunglasses is for gay weddings or any LGBTQ event of promotion. The rainbow sunglasses do feature a minimum purchase of 100 pair, so keep that in mind for yor party planning.
Wedding Story from the Archives - Jill Abrams and Tom Parker met in high school. They lived in the same large town district in Texas, in opposite neighborhoods geographically in the town school district lines. So they did not know each other from elementary school, church or anything local while growing up. They did meet in high school where they dated. They went on to separate colleges where they dated more people, but remained with great affection for each other. Both returned to that big school district in Texas and re-kindled their close relationship. Ten years out of college, Tom bought a huge engagement diamond engagement ring and planned a weekend for the two of them in Guadalupe State Park in Culberson County. On Saturday night, they hiked up El Capitan, where at their highest hike point on the mountain, Tom pulled that giant diamond ring from his backpack, got down on one knee, asked Jill to become his bride.