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How to Make Wedding Centerpieces With Submerged Flowers

by Amy Hannaford
Looking for a romantic centerpiece for your wedding? Candles and fresh flowers are always a winning combination for adding a beautiful flair to the reception tables. Instead of the ordinary flowers in a vase, try submerging the flowers below a floating candle. This is very simple to put together and...

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