When Kevin and I have our HUGE 20th Anniv. Blow-out!
Garland made with Christmas lights and tulle ....
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Great advice on an Open Bar or a Cash Bar. I usually advise a Cash Bar; it's much easier on your budget, and… unlike what this site says (the only thing I disagree with)... a Cash Bar does offer free soda and water and Kiddie Cocktails (non-alcoholic, and delicious!). Guests still get free beverages, and if they choose to have an adult drink it won't break your bank. :-)
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Kevin and I had this on our wedding invitations almost 16 years ago
Inspired by the colors and aromas of nature, cut fruit makes a very appealing centerpiece when it's done right. Just be sure to use a variety of fruits that will stay firm for the duration -- melon, pineapple, peaches, apricots and grapes would all be good choices. You'll also need wooden skewers of varying lengths and a stable base. If the idea of cut fruit displayed on skewers is too casual for you, try slicing lemons, limes or oranges into ice water and adding the mixture to a crystal vase...
Kevin and I etched our initials into a tree (actually a power line pole) out at white river . We need to get out there and see if its still there. Doubt we would remember where it is!! But what a cute Idea for a cake
Citrus Bliss Centerpiece Use our faux lemons and apples to create a bold base for this willowy arrangement