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This wedding cake will last a lifetime. Crafted from a stack of tins covered in patterned paper and topped with gemmed flowers, this quick and cute centerpiece is the perfect way to dress dining tables.
Share a message with wedding guests by etching letters onto glass vases to spell words. Try L-O-V-E, shown here, or use the bride and groom's initials for a personal touch. Align scrapbooking letters across the bottles, then mark off a rectangle around each letter using masking tape. Etch around each letter following the directions on the etching cream. Complete the eye-catching look by filling the vases with brightly colored flowers.
Tiny fallen tree branches make a perfect background for birds cut from patterned paper. If you use this centerpiece for an outdoor wedding reception the birds will revolve in a gentle breeze.
Easy cut-and-fold shapes combine to make cheerful dimensional spheres. Use patterned and solid paper in wedding day colors for a fun, fresh look.
The conversation will be flowing as wedding guests admire photos of the bride and groom tucked inside a clear vase or candleholder. Arrange photos evenly on decorative paper. Use double-sided tape to adhere the arrangement to a small cylinder, then nestle it inside a larger glass vessel. Add flowers or a candle to the center to finish the centerpiece.
Tabletop churches give dining tables a traditional flair. Use gold trimmings to create an elegant look.
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