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3/4 cup almond milk, about 15 ice cubes, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1-2 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder, 1/3 of a banana. Tastes like a Wendy's frosty!

beautiful, simple, glass & florals

Hot air balloon centerpiece | via bridalguide | photo by Logan Cole

"Instead of table numbers, name each table after famous literary couples. I love the idea of a "love story" themed wedding!!" Yea, how about not naming it after couples who don't live to see the end of the book?

Table numbers for wedding? More simple, you could add a tag with number on a bow, and keep the original bottles wih labels in tact.

"Nautical Numbers" frame numbers made with rope to number your nautical theme wedding reception tables - a black background would look good too :)

use garden stake lights or a small battery operated camping lantern under tablecloths for a bright outside party!

ice bucket--what is cheaper than water, a few whole cranberries and some greenery? This dresses up a wine or champagne bottle incredibly and adds elegance. Put one on each table as a unique centerpiece.

wine bottles sprayed with chalk board paint for table numbers or center pieces...cute idea!

Bride or Groom Place Card Holders

wedding table nautical centerpieces - add rope to several different height containers for a longer table setting

A narrow garden path cuts across the table, sprouting an airy array of brightly hued spring blooms—purple anemones, yellow poppies and ranunculus, white narcissus and hellebores, and blue hyacinths. Use whatever is in season and "plant" with a light hand so conversations spark across the garden. Florist’s flats of wheatgrass were cut to cover the length of the table, then planted with flowers, each in a water tube.

  • Aunt Mar

    Smaller clumps of wheatgrass in cellophane tied with raffia and a bright yellow name tag act as both place cards and favors. "Garden" centerpiece by Magnolia, sheer organdy tablecloth, Gracious Style, layered over a white cotton hotel cloth. "Tent"

Votives that celebrate "Tying the Knot" - Nautical Wedding

There has always been rope on boats..., referred to as lines by boating experts. It's another way of creating nautical ambiance