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Ahh I love ranunculus blooms! I bet dried flowers would be really pretty too, for seasons when you can't get fresh flowers…
Love this. Your DIYs are my favorite. They're always beautiful and easy enough that I *might* actually be able to do them myself 🙂
beautiful 🙂 love ranunculus!
simple and elegant!
I have a thing for pretty napkin accents…and you can't beat fresh flowers for 'pretty'!
These are so, so pretty, Rebecca!
These are soo cute! They would be so perfect for a spring wedding- I am going to pass this along to my friend who is getting married. Thanks!
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