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    • Erin Cocks

      I just like the idea.... "$272 (Do-It-Yourself) -in 2013, the average total cost of DIY wedding centerpieces is between $245 - $320." Interesting! What did you spend?

    • Morgan Deming

      Love the idea of candelabra center pieces

    • K O

      wedding table decorations. Good medium height. Gold instead of black candelabras white flowers

    • L M

      Candelabra Centerpieces. i like how the candles are taller than the flowers. adds depth

    • Kelly Goetsch

      Ding ding ding!!! Wrought iron candelabras w/ white flowers

    • Scarlette Uttam

      "$272 (Do-It-Yourself) -in 2013, the average total cost of DIY wedding centerpieces is between $245 - $320." Interesting! What did you spend? Candelabras & candle lighting

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