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Wedding Budget Tip #16: Choose in season flowers | The Budget Savvy Bride

Wedding Budget Tip #16: Choose in-season flowers

I guess September or October because I love magnolias, roses, orchids, dahlias, and peonies

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DIY Fall Corn Husk Wreath

How to make your own rustic corn husk wreath using corn shocks from the farm market, a simple wire wreath frame, and a paddle of wire.

Fall Centerpieces with Candy Corn: I think that paper towel tube is brilliant!

Fall Centerpieces with Candy Corn {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids}

Fall Centerpiece

DIY Autumn decor for fall/Thanksgiving: Indian Corn Vase (wrapping a can with rubber bands, adding corn, twine). More detailed info here.

Natural Fall Wreaths Made with Pumpkins, Corn Husks, Apples, and More from Better Homes and Gardens

Gorgeous Fall Wreaths Featuring Natural Elements

rake with fall decorations DIY idea - in place of door wreath or in others areas of the home. I'll have to remember to keep my rake next time the handle breaks! Autumn and Thanksgiving holiday floral craft home decor craft project idea.

Love this idea - it can be done for every holiday - hearts, candy canes, candy corn - SO easy and SO cute

Fresh flowers in candy cane arrangement in clear glass trifle server. The trifle dish with the candy canes are perfect for a holiday floral arrangement.

Magnificent combination of color and lines. | 31 Stunning Floral Tattoos To Get You Ready For Spring

Magnificent combination of color and lines.

Frühling unter der Haut: Die schönsten Blumentattoos - News - VIVA

Show off your gardening prowess with a tin basin overflowing with fall finds. Set next to your door, it invites color and conversation. To make, place pots of croton shrubs in the center of the basin. Surround the front with droopy dried wheat, and fill the back with tall grasses. Lay dried Indian corn beside the display./

Decorate Your Prettiest Fall Front Door Ever

Utilize a metal tub as a fall planter for in-season plants. This arrangement comprises fountaingrass, Miscanthus sinensis 'Autumn Light', Cyclamen spp.), and wheat stalks.