White Ostrich Feathers
White Ostrich Feathers
These are of great quality, I would recommend this to everybody. I will be purchasing more.
March 17, 2012
The pictures & description do not meet real product quality
I had purchased this product for my wedding & I needed more, when
I had received this item from oriental trading it was completely wrong & didn't match what I needed, my wedding was upsetting & it felt unfinished
September 8, 2014
Very expensive for small feathers
I was disappointed at how much these ostrich feathers were for the size and quantity I got. Was not able to use them for the event the way I wanted because they were so small.
April 24, 2014
These were much smaller than expected and not good quality! Not much better than buying a package of craft feathers! That's about how big they were.
Do not buy these feathers if you are looking for quality, large ostrich plumes! They are tiny! Tiny! Half the size of my hand!
I bought them to make tea hats and had to return them.
I do not recommend them!
February 27, 2014
I bought these feathers to make plume pens with for my bridesmaid boxes. I needed WHITE feathers, which was what I selected when I ordered. When I went through the package of feathers, a lot of them were discolored and had tinges of yellow in them. I wanted to use the rest of them for my wedding center peices, but I don't think I will be able to use some of them because of the discoloring in them.
On a good note, they do give you a lot of feathers and they were easy to work with.
February 12, 2014
yellowed, ripped, flat, different sizes
October 18, 2013
Very good value for the price!
I bought these to use in the centerpieces at my wedding. These are NOT the large plume feathers like you see online, but they are still very pretty feathers that can be used to make "mini plumes". The regular plumes cost 3-5 dollars per feather... these are about .65 cents. We are also planning on using them in the bouquets as well. Very pretty for the price!
Tip: the only problem I have with these feathers is that they don't droop like you would expect. A very easy way to fix that to simply run a scissor edge along the "seam" of the feather, just like you would curl a ribbon. Don't press too hard, just enough that it gives it some curl. Voila!
November 9, 2012
Good accent piece
I used this to lay on the table around on the candy buffet. It accented the tables that had tall vases and feathers. They were not big enough to use in a vase which I thought they would be.
March 11, 2012
Ok for price
i bought with the idea of using them for centerpieces. When I saw the price i was blown away but once i received them i realized why they were prices so low. While not nearly long enough to using in vases, I have found alternative centerpiece ideas that I can use them in. They aren't as white as i thought they'd be but work well enough with what I'm doing. If you're someone who is creative get these, if you were planning on doing the tall vases with feathers, these are not the ones for you.
February 28, 2012
I wanted to use the ostrich feathers to decorate for a wedding, but the feathers were too short for the vases.
January 6, 2012