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Emily Klocko
Emily Klocko • 2 years ago

The Bride & Groom Requested That Their Guests Respond to the Invitations with a Piece of Fabric (Any Fabric Square). Then They Were Incorporated Into a Quilt for the Newlyweds to Have For the Rest of Their Lives. Love this!! Cutecutecute

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