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The cheery mood of the colors on this reception table matches the fresh style of the centerpieces and favors.
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Carnation Seating Cards
Consider using these creative carnation seating cards to lead your guests to their seats in a way that heralds the events you've so carefully planned.
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These fabric-flower bands will be a hit with bridesmaids -- give them out at the shower or rehearsal dinner.
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A Soft Glow
In lieu of pricey floral arrangements, display sleek tapers in a variety of shapely glass candlesticks.
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Invite guests to help themselves to these yummy favors. Cellophane bags printed with the couple's initial and wedding date are filled with delicious goodies including pink-chocolate wafers, pillow mints, strawberry puffs, jelly beans, candy-coated milk-chocolate pieces, and tinted rock candy.
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When topped with shimmering votive candles, a mirror becomes a pool of reflective light that casts a glow onto the reception tables.
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Warm and Cozy Tweed
Fashionable tweeds and monochromatic flowers form a fresh, friendly centerpiece. The flowers play off the rich texture of the material.
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Instead of throwing rice, package rose petals for the guests to toss at the newlyweds!
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Paper butterflies alight on the rims of Champagne glasses, staying still just long enough for guests to find their seats.
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The Love Birds
Plain boxes are easy to personalize with punched paper shapes -- here, a flock of die-cut birds tops cream-colored boxes. Fill the cute containers with even cuter mini-soaps or chocolates.
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Napkins in Bloom
Weddings are full of flowers, but sometimes the littlest arrangements make the biggest impact: Guests will be delighted to find cut flowers tucked into their napkins
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Placing pots of flowers at varying heights on a plate stand turns simple gifts into a grand gesture, while innovative wrapping lets you delight with little more than paper and ribbon.
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Favors with Heart
Rosy patterned boxes are a lovely way to let your guests know if you decide to give charitable donations in their names as favors.
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Ribbon Seating Card Display
For an all-frills setup with little fuss, slip seating cards in between rows of pink ribbons.
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Just the right size for lipstick and a few other essentials, these bags will be carried by the bridesmaids long after they've laid down their bouquets.
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Tiny roses add an elegant and romantic detail to your Champagne toast.
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Flower Box Favors
Boxes topped with flowers make a beautiful centerpiece -- a table number is embroidered onto ribbon encircling the largest box. Inside, the stems sit in water bottles stabilized by crumpled paper. Favor boxes, which contain nonpareils, double as place cards.