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Lace and Bows - Gorgeous

Love the back of this dress, except that bow. I mean, for the sash it could easily be top stitched down. I hate when people add bows to gorgeous dresses like this. I annoys me to bits! but it looks lovely! (bows just aren't my cup of tea)

The lanterns are made by overlapping lace doilies on an inflated balloon and brushing fabric stiffener (or wallpaper glue, or even white glue) onto the doilies. Be sure to cover it completely so that the whole thing hardens and you aren’t left with limp spots. Let the doilies dry overnight to ensure that they are completely dry. The last step is to pop the balloon and pull it out of the opening.

made by overlapping lace doilies on an inflated balloon and brushing fabric stiffener, wallpaper or white glue onto the doilies. Let the doilies dry overnight Then pop the balloon and pull it out of the opening. The lanterns can be hung with a ribbon

The lanterns are made by overlapping lace doilies on an inflated balloon and brushing fabric stiffener (or wallpaper glue, or even white glue) onto the doilies. Be sure to cover it completely so that the whole thing hardens and you aren’t left with limp spots. Let the doilies dry overnight to ensure that they are completely dry. The last step is to pop the balloon and pull it out of the opening.

made by overlapping lace doilies on an inflated balloon and brushing fabric stiffener, wallpaper or white glue onto the doilies. Let the doilies dry overnight Then pop the balloon and pull it out of the opening. The lanterns can be hung with a ribbon

Vintage Wedding Centerpieces - Love the Birdcage.  Exclusively Bridal, 20 Market Brae Steps, Inverness. www.exclusivelybridal.com

A Birdcage on a Gold Tray. A single pale pink rose and a few antiqued objects, including an iron birdcage and mercury glass votive candles, came together to create a polished vintage centerpiece. See more vintage-inspired wedding decor.