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    Wedding Drinks: Cloth and ribbon were used to make labels for these jars of flavored water that are part of a self-serve bar. Have other jars hold iced tea, lemonade, and sangria.

  • Emily Krecke

    Martha Stewart Weddings - White Drink Labels Cloth and ribbon are used to make a label for a jar of flavored water in a self-serve bar with Molly and David's favorite drinks; other jars hold iced tea, lemonade, and sangria. Read more at Real Weddings by Color -- Martha Stewart Weddings

  • Marissa Patton

    Wonder if MC would allow us to do an infused water bar outside of the chapel? If we end up needing people to wait for shuttles, could be a good idea :)

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