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This bouquet seems as if it has arrived fresh from a country garden, yet it has an air of sophistication. Bright yellow ranunculus, gold roses, perfumed freesia, ilex berries, and clementines form the warm foundation, while dusty-miller leaves, blue-gray succulents, and leucadendron buds add contrast and texture. Stems are wrapped in wide golden tapestry ribbon plus satin ribbons in pewter and gold.
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Flower Girl Attire
There's more to flower girl attire than plain white or sugary pink. In fact, dressmaker Roxbury Baby will fashion a frock out of any fabric you send them, as with this yellow-and-white silk-voile dress. Just as unusual: the silver-pewter shoes, which are an elegant but still age-appropriate touch. The silver ribbon headband, embellished with yellow leucadendron buds and ilex berries, is in keeping with the palette and complements the pint-sized posy of ranunculus, roses, clementines, and dusty-miller leaves.
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Marigold and Pewter Table Setting
Add hints of clean white to the mix for such things as china, tablecloths, and stationery, and you've got it made in the shade -- and in the sunlight.
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Games for Wedding Guests
Let guests discover the details of your romance at a next-day brunch. Download software from Variety Games that lets you create a customized crossword. Place the puzzle and a classic No. 2 pencil dressed with ribbon at each setting. Create a cheery tableau with sunny linen napkins, pewter-gray plates, and yellow-orange place cards, with mimosas completing the color theme.
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Here, marigold card stock offsets gray-on-white seating cards, which are adorned with whimsical line illustrations. Guests' names are printed on the tags, and the table numbers appear on the bright yellow paper they're pinned to. A pewter tablecloth further alludes to the wedding palette.
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