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We've Had a Makeover!

We've changed our name and our site.  123wrapper.com is now Jubilee Favors.  We've updated our products in hopes of providing you with better service.  From our new site at www.jubileefavors.com you can order samples, read other customer's reviews, get an estimate of when your order will arrive and extended hours from our customer service department.

Our site still features unique wedding favors and supplies and many items you won't find in your ordinary party supply store.  Check us out and shop with us 24/7 from the comfort of your home with 20% off.  Use coupon code:  LOVE20 at checkout to take advantage of this offer.  You can still shop from our old site at www.123wrapper.com but it will only be around for a limited time.

Questions?  Email us.  Happy Partying!

Your Party Girl,

Janice xoxo

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