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Pintastic!

I really want mason jars with flowers for easy transport from aisle to reception tables. I like antique labels, false mercury silver look, and the ribbon. Maybe a mix?

A fast and low cost centerpiece- take dollar store vases, trim with lace and ribbon, then add flowers. #lovelyinlace

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Do It Yourself Babys Breath Arrangement

Use colored card stock to make the cone then glue on lace paper doilies. Lovely idea!

silverware in lace-wrapped masons. perfect with blue sheer ribbon instead of lace - work into centerpieces for each table?

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Easy and Inexpensive Idea Instead of Wedding Pew Bows

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Pearl Beads on Wire Garland

Pearl Beads on Wire Garland for DIY Rustic or Beach Wedding & Home Decor. So easy to do!!

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This Southern Wedding Is A Foodie Lover’s Dream

hydrangea and babys breath

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Mason Jars with babies breath

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Simple Centerpieces

Baby's breath and roses in a mason jar—a simple, affordable wedding centerpiece {Photo by J. Masciana Photography via Project Wedding}

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Mason jars with baby's breath - country wedding centerpiece (This would be a much less inexpensive version of what we had thought of.)

DIY babysbreath & recycled wine bottle centerpiece by Wedding Dish How can something so beautiful be so inexpensive? Just paint recycled wine bottles white…..I would fill the bottles with some white paint, swish around, and dry upside down so that the paint covers the whole inside. That way you get a nice glossy finish from the outside. Then fill those bottles with inexpensive, but breathtaking, baby’s breath.