Chinese lanterns are believed to grant wishes, but they also serve practical purposes, including helping you see just how many snakes are on your plane. Shed a little light with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of Chinese lanterns
- $39 for $100 worth of Chinese lanterns
Light up your next outdoor event with sky lanterns ($49.99 for 10) or hanging lanterns ($29.95 for 10). If you have a pool or pond, you can set a few water lanterns ($34.95 for 10) afloat to watch the light shimmer on the water’s surface.
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Chinese Sky Lanterns
In ancient China, sky lanterns were used as a method of communication on the battlefield. Nowadays, at the lantern festivals celebrated in many countries, the floating objects are regarded as symbolic of letting go of your past self so that a new, better self can emerge in the New Year. Naturally, these beautiful ornamental lights have found their way into many celebrations with their thought-provoking beauty, including wedding ceremonies, gallery openings, and masquerade parties.
Chinese Sky Lanterns offers an expansive collection of handmade, biodegradable, and eco-friendly sky, water, and hanging lanterns. The lanterns don't require any assembly, and are made from flame-retardant papers in a host of vibrant and muted colours to match the look and feel of any celebration.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“we had so much fun .they were easy to set up and they were beautiful. so glad we got them we became pros real fast and I'm a grandmother not bad”
“Great product , great price , timely delivery ”
“These were great and so beautiful. I shared some of them with neighbor children and they loved them Their mom gave me a good tip that they would make great...”
“These were great and so beautiful. I shared some of them with neighbor children and they loved them Their mom gave me a good tip that they would make great birthday gifts, since kids get so many toys, that Chinese lanterns would be different.”