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Candles in lavender filled mason jars--for centerpiece. Part of centerpiece with mason jars. Middle-size will have lavender seeds and candles. Largest will have fresh lavender in water. Smallest will just have a candle.

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The Mason Jar Trend

Simple Outdoor Mood Lighting ~ Fill mason jars to full of rice, sand, coarse salt (reflects the light a bit) or beans. Pop your candles in & light! Grouping creates a more dramatic impact!

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Pure Champagne Flute, Set of 6 on Zola: Made using Schott's patented Tritan Titanium technology, this elegantly-shaped glass is break and chip-resistant. Discover a better way to register with Zola.

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Beach Wedding Dresses Don't Have to Be Plain Or Boring. Many couples are considering alternatives to the usual church wedding and for some, this means marrying on a beach. Beach weddings are intimate and highly

One my grand daughters FAVORITE activities is picking a flower or two on walks in the neighborhood!  :)  Today we created their first table 'center piece' with the plucked blooms, along with floating candles all atop a little pool of water displayed in Grandma's crystal bowl!

Honor favorite grandma's here and gone with a piece of their favorite crystal, flowers and candles by a photo.

dark grey suit.  And the leaf boutonniere

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A great use for any unbloomed Peonies or Garden Rose buds--boutonniere featuring Lamb's Ear and Dusty Miller greens.

oh my gosh, on my last wedding we did this! Small pinecones holding a candle in its place...love it!

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oh my gosh, on my last wedding we did this! Small pinecones holding a candle in its place.