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    Create gift bags from old book pages. (Great Thank You's or Favor Idea)

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    A different type of Fiddlehead Fern but still as cool

    A flower guide

    Personalized Wine Box / Unity box. Add love letters and wine to open on 1st anniversary.

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    Make your own Fire Bowls

    Recipe for Elvish Lembas Bread. Aw HELL yes.

    Orchid Cascade - Blomst of Hansen

    Dragon Cake Topper

    world wedding traditions - Rosemary represents love and faithfulness. Many cultures have used this herb as an aphrodisiac and to keep love strong. In days of yore, women carried Rosemary for their bridal bouquet in lieu of flowers!

    Modernize It! Instead of mixing colored sands in a jar, this couple mixed paint on a canvas during their ceremony. This is how you change a tradition and make it your own! I love this! But maybe add a monogram in tape, and tear the tape off after the paint dries???

    Cascading bouquetroses, limonium, and orchids. Possibly my favorite bouquet I've seen yet

    50 Fab Favours for your Wedding Day!

    Sweet Vintage Farmhouse Wedding In California | Bridal Musings | A Chic and Unique Wedding Blog. Such a fun party atmosphere.

    Dutch custom of having a tree...real or manufactured...on which wedding guests write out wishes, prayers, blessing, etc. and the couple can keep in their home as a reminder of those who support them and want to see them flourish.

    DIY Magic bottles—fill with distilled water, glycerin drops, glitter flakes, sequins, light plastic beads - anything that sparkles and is light enough to float around. Could be used with floating candles in centerpieces

    Medieval food and recipe site - pin now read later. Thanks Tristin!

    Holy smokes! How COOL!

    Great hair cut!