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Vintage Winter Wedding Inspiration by The Studio B Photography

We hope you all had a fabulous New Year! We know that 2012 is just going to be amazing especially since we’re kicking it off with this gorgeous winter wedding inspiration by The Studio B Photography. Taking a cue from the classic, romantic look of the 1940s, Jamie Elliott McPherson mixed high style ...
  • Choma Luevano

    Christmas Party "Ice Bucket" Great idea for festive holiday parties! #wine #champagne #cocktails #LuekensLiquors

  • R Peyton

    Winter wedding idea - cranberry and herb ice buckets. Oh hells yeah.

  • Michelle F.

    Beautiful idea to create ice "bucket" with cranberries & tree trimmings for champagne at holiday parties

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...This is almost a freebie gift or decorating idea here. You can use real berries and cedar or just grab some silk plants from the dollar store. You wouldn't have to use this for wine either. You could put in a votive candle or make a winter or holiday arrangement out of it. Just make sure it's below freezing if you use it outside.