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Photo Credit: InstyleWeddings.com via designer Michelle Rago Pin It
Although centerpieces can be floral, the designs that I find most interesting feature non-traditional materials. Landscape centerpieces, a trend for 2010, typically showcase natural elements such as moss, mushrooms, tree bark, fruit or even vegetables and are oftentimes story-like and multi-layered.Consid... read more
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Looking for a unique centerpiece idea? How about adding some healthy edibles into your wedding decor! Rather than going with a traditional flower or candle centerpiece, surprise your guests by using fruits or vegetables to tie in with your wedding colors.Most fruit is brightly colored and festive. Perf... read more
Wedding Mason Jars
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DIY Bride- Ideas to Create a Rustic Wedding Using Mason Jars When I saw these numbered mason jars on Pottery Barn’s website, I was instantly inspired to dedicate this post to the beautiful, reusable mason jar – a must for any DIY bride or anyone who wants to add a rustic or whimsical feel to their weddin... read more