Gold Lights of Paris
The beauty can be yours with our Gold Lights of Paris!
This fabulous Gold Lights of Paris Kit gives you the famous City of Love and Lights instantly. Each Gold Lights of Paris theme kit includes:
- 1 - 12 Feet High Gold Eiffel Tower
- 1 - 6 1/2 Feet High Gold Eiffel Tower
- 1 - Lights Arc de Triomphe Prop
- 2 - Black Modern Luminescent Columns
Use this lighted Arc de Triomphe decoration to illuminate your venue in style. Each cardboard Lights Arc de Triomphe decoration is accented with string lights and stands 9 feet high x 9 feet wide. Assembly required.Large Metallic Lights Eiffel Tower
Add this 12 feet high cardboard Metallic Lights Eiffel Tower that features string lights to your party background. The Metallic Lights Eiffel Tower stands 12 feet high x 5 feet wide. Assembly required.Modern Luminescent Column
This Modern Luminescent Column is lightweight measuring 8 feet high x 2 feet in diameter. Slip the black stretch fabric over the top of the aluminum framed column. Assembly required.Small Metallic Eiffel Tower
A cardboard Metallic Eiffel Tower measuring 6 1/2 feet high x 3 feet 7 inches wide is also included in your kit. Assembly required.
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Q:would you consider shipping to Canada?Asked on 3/3/2013 by pop
A:I apologize, but this ships within the contiguous 48 states only.Answered on 3/4/2013 by csr
Q:So we could get everything here in this "kit" for $149.99? Or do we have to pay for everything individually?Asked on 2/5/2012 by Anonymous from Bellflower, CA
A:All items have to be purchased individually.Answered on 2/6/2012 by CSR
Q:What was used for the background with the moon in it? I looked at the murals, but the moon was on the opposite side than what is picturedAsked on 12/5/2011 by Anonymous
A:The background is the Moonlit Horizon Background that was used. There may have been a change in the moon placement from the kit when it was first set up which is why the moon is shown on the opposite side.Answered on 12/6/2011 by csr