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You and your guests will be amazed that these bouquets started out as coffee filters. Each petal was hand-cut, dyed, and assembled into the bridal bouquets with ribbon finishing and pearl sprays.

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You and your guests will be amazed that these bouquets started out as coffee filters. Each petal was hand-cut, dyed, and assembled into the bridal bouquets with ribbon finishing and pearl sprays.

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You and your guests will be amazed that these centerpieces started out as coffee filters. Each flower was hand-cut, dyed, and assembled. 14 available today.

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Who says only dogs can be in engagement photos? Give your kitty or pup a hand painted sign to join in on the fun.

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Rustic fabric boutonniere rosettes. Subtle rustic frays in the fabric rosette give this floral accent a masculine feel.

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Calla Lily boutonniere made from rice paper. These boutonnieres are perfect compliments to complete the look for your groomsmen and/or groom.

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Serve your girls ice coffee while you are getting ready in their own custom tumblers! Each gift is made to order with custom names, dates and titles. Floral design can be substituted - just ask!

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Before they are gone, grab these one of a kind handmade wedding centerpieces (out of coffee filters!). Each flower was hand-cut, dyed, and assembled. 15 available now

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These floral centerpieces made out of hand-dyed coffee filters will not wilt the day after your wedding, like your marriage - they will last for a lifetime!

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Vendor | Inspiration - 8577

You and your guests will be amazed that these bouquets started out as coffee filters. Each petal was hand-cut, dyed, and assembled into the bridal bouquets with ribbon finishing and pearl sprays.

See more here