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If you are having a buffet at a rustic wedding, adding twine by itself or with a flower can add an inexpensive, yet special touch that makes your guests feel welcomed. This will set the tone for the entire reception buffet and allow you to save money on other dinner décor.


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Reflections Heavyweight "Looks Like Silver" Disposable Flatware, 160 Piece (Pack of 2)

from Saatchi Art

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This pic is from the bridal tea party we just had at our house! Bought the "shiny" plastic silverware.... Serve your guests plastic silverware - just wrap the napkin in a Doily and tie with twine. Add a silk flower for ambiance/romance

from Etsy

Mad Hatter Tea Party Flatware with Playing Card Theme Napkin Ring: Alice in Wonderland Party Flatware

Mixed black and red disposable party silverware wrapped in a blue napkin with either a red or black ribbon finished with a Mad Hatter Tea Party charm napkin ring. Perfect for an Alice in Wonderland or a Mad Hatters Tea Party. You can select your flatware when you order - either a full set with knife fork and spoon or a dessert set with a fork and spoon. Please select the quantity you would like from the drop down menu - you may need to combine quantities to get the amount you would like, or…


There are those who may have read the title of this post with such distaste that they can’t be bothered to continue reading. Out with the perfectly manicured, immaculately English, striped, luminously green and family friendly lawn? Replacing it with paving and paths and non-expansive areas? You must be balmy. Yet, I wonder how many …