Ice Cube Ideas  These would be so great for decoration

10 more simple craft ideas for a DIY wedding

For the tea punch How pretty!! Freeze edible flowers and herbs in ice cubes. Boiling the water first helps to create a clear ice cube. Violas, lavender and organically grown roses are all good choices... as well as borage flowers and sage blossoms

Strawberry Ice Cubes ~     Do it the night before... .just wash the strawberries, cut them in small pieces, place them in your ice cube tray (if you want to go extra fancy use a heart ice tray or any fun shape)...pour some water (I use bottle water....just in case I don't want to ruin any wine with funny tasting water)...and voila....you have fabulous looking ice cubes!!!

Fruity Ice Cubes

Strawberry Ice Cubes ~ Do it the night before... .just wash the strawberries, cut them in small pieces, place them in your ice cube tray (if you want to go extra fancy use a heart ice tray or any fun shape)...pour some water (I use bottle water....just in case I don't want to ruin any wine with funny tasting water)...and voila....you have fabulous looking ice cubes!!!

FRUITY ICE CUBES. Party punch calls for festive ice: giant frozen cubes capturing bright slices of fresh citrus. To make the ice, thinly slice lemons, limes, and oranges, and layer the slices in muffin cups. Fill each cup halfway with water or nonalcoholic punch, and freeze.

Fruity Ice Cubes

FRUITY ICE CUBES. Party punch calls for festive ice: giant frozen cubes capturing bright slices of fresh citrus. To make the ice, thinly slice lemons, limes, and oranges, and layer the slices in muffin cups. Fill each cup halfway with water or nonalcoholic punch, and freeze.

A yummy and particular San Pellegrino Blood Orange Mojitos made with rum and San Pellegrino Limonata

San Pellegrino Blood Orange Mojitos

A yummy and particular San Pellegrino Blood Orange Mojitos made with rum and San Pellegrino Limonata

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