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  • melissa webb

    Use whole lemons as place cards, by just writing guests names on them. They're subtle but they smell great, and it's a little hint towards the lemon pie coming for dessert. Plus, you can run them through the garbage disposal afterward during clean-up. #saveur #dinnerparty

  • Tamara High

    lemons (the happy fruit) in an upcycled painted tin can. thumbs up for the simplicity and use of recycling.

  • eatwithaspoon .

    These are painted food tins.. can be fun and easy to make for rustic holders for fruit and flowers

  • Anne Smith

    A simple centerpiece. #ThePerfectPalette lemon yellow and gray

  • Indie Jones

    Hmmmm.... if yellow is one of the wedding colors, using real lemons in decorations could be nice!

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