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wedding reception tables with pretty milk glass flower centerpieces 6/2011

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Vintage Milk Glass Elegant Table Lamps One Pair-Beautiful Shabby Chic Lighting

Vintage Milk Glass Elegant Table Lamps One by ClassicCabin on Etsy

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Milk Glass Vintage Vases-Set of Four-For Wedding Reception, Bridal or Baby Shower, Special Celebrations

Milk Glass Vintage Vases-Set of Four - For Wedding Reception centerpiece, Bridal or Baby Shower, Special Celebrations by ClassicCabin on etsy

Milk Glass wedding Vintage Fruit Compote Bowl - For Weddings flower centerpiece, Bridal or Baby Shower, Special Celebrations by ClassicCabin on etsy

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Vintage Milk Glass Wedding Vases -Lot of Nine- by Carr- Lowrey Glass Company-For Weddings, Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Vintage Home Decor

Vintage Milk Glass Wedding Vases -Lot of Nine - by Carr-Lowrey Glass Company - For Weddings, Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Vintage Home Decor by ClassicCabin on etsy

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Vintage Milk Glass Wedding Vases -Lot of Nine- by Carr- Lowrey Glass Company-For Weddings, Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Vintage Home Decor

Vintage Milk Glass Wedding Vases -Lot of Nine - by Carr-Lowrey Glass Company - For Wedding centerpiece, Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Vintage Home Decor by ClassicCabin on etsy

Not sure if you have an idea for centerpieces yet - but i saw you posted seed packets for favors and thought, hey! What about watering can centerpieces with flowers in them? You could do different watering cans for each table - attach a table number to it, and done. Fun and cute, yeah?

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Mens Neckties, Orange Neckties, Neckties, Necktie, Cotton Neckties, Custom Neckties, Wedding Neckties, Pink Neckties

Great ties from etsy seller "tuxandtulle" --she makes the BEST ties!

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DIY Kit Wedding Favors, Bridal Shower Favors, Customized Kit of 100 Favors

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The Ultimate Wedding Cost Checklist Infographic Infographic

Pretty Pouches for Wedding Favors - "It's sew simple: Cut a rectangular strip of fabric to the desired width (allow for a 1/2-inch seam on both sides) and twice the preferred height. Fold the fabric in half with the right sides facing, stitch up the sides, and turn the whole thing inside out. Use pinking shears to finish the top edge, and fill with treats. Fashion ties out of fabric that's been torn on the grain."