Rose Sucker Bouquet
Very cute! Although they came in a dozen, I seperated them. I gave to my son's teachers and to my co-workers(only the girls) at work. Everybody loved them.
February 18, 2012
Would not recommend
I could NOT give these suckers as a gift, because they were like melted into the plastic sucker cover and did not even look like a rose! When you would try and pull off the plastic, the head of the sucker would come OFF the Stick! Don't waste your money on this item!
February 14, 2012
Never a rose so sweet
A dozen roses were never more affordable than this!
April 17, 2011
These did not look anything like roses, just wrapped up little red blobs. It appears mine melted and adhered to the package. Also, I did not like that every lollipop wrapper has black writing on it. It ruins any kind of display you are trying to make with them.
November 27, 2010
These were very nice roses to represent "Beauty and the Beast"! And they taste pretty good, too, considering what a good deal they are.
November 21, 2010
Great for a wedding candy bar centerpiece! Instead of real roses or flowers as a centerpiece these rose sucker bouquets are the perfect centerpiece not only for a wedding but for any occasion.
September 29, 2010
These rose sucker bouquet were so cute and quite a steal at $1.99 a dozen. I used them for candy centerpieces for my sister's bridal shower and placed them in glass vases filled with M&Ms. They are rather long but you can fix that by just clipping the ends.
August 11, 2010
bridal party favor
These are being used as bridal party gift bag stuffers. They work for that extra something in the bag.
July 13, 2010
These rose suckers are very pretty and all arrived safely. I plan to break up the bouquet and use as individual favors for my children's teachers, and as a "gift with purchase" on my kids' clothing sales.
April 30, 2010