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This romantic box is swathed in organdy and finished with ribbon and a monogram sticker.
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Buttons make charming closures: Punch holes in the box's lid for the button, slip wire through, and fasten on the underside. Then, tie a ribbon to the button's base, loop it around the box, and wrap to secure.
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Favors and seating cards function as one. Place truffles or any small favors in boxes, and wrap in solid and patterned papers. Print names and table numbers onto adhesive-backed paper, cut out, and affix to tops.
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A tiny tassel makes opening this box especially fun. The wide, striped fabric around the box has been trimmed with pinking shears at the sides.
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Demure and delicate, African violets are pretty little packages and, with minimal effort, can make a dazzling display. Simply slip the potted plants into panettone molds, cluster on three-tiered plate stands or let stand solo, and tuck a handwritten note inside.
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These favors are decorated with elongated letters. Print monogram onto rectangular papers; trim with scalloping scissors. Wrap cardboard cylinders with layers of tissue paper; top with monogrammed paper, and secure with double-sided tape. Tie one end with rickrack. Fill with candy, and tie off.
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These whimsical dragee cones standing in a galvanized tray will delight even adults.
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Bird's Nest Candy
In these lovely favors, sugar-coated Jordan almonds masquerade as robins' eggs in a delicate faux nest; parchment paper threaded among them acts as a simple place card. The almonds are available from confectioners in a range of colors; the nests are from a floral-supply company. Cut 3/4-inch-wide strips of paper long enough to reach across a nest, and write a name on each strip, finishing the ends in an inverted V.
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A wreath of blue hydrangeas framing one magnificent initial adorns a tree. This is a perfect decoration to enhance the natural beauty of a garden wedding.