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a bucket filled with lots of different kinds of drinks
12 Unique Wedding Ideas on a Budget
Pre-mixed cocktails in mason jars on ice. This has nice DIY feel to it that everybody will love. Mix up some margaritas, cosmopolitans, Bahama Mamas -- whatever you'd like -- and label the tops of the jars for your guests. Make sure you include some regular Colas for the kids!
a vase filled with flowers and butterflies on top of a white table next to a wall
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glittery branches adorned with butterflies!
a blue cake and cupcakes on a table with stars hanging from the ceiling
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Peter Pan themed birthday party! Could be a good combination boy & girl party--pirates and pixies!
there are many strawberries with sprinkles on them
I've got you under my skin!... on We Heart It
white chocolate dipped strawberries with rainbow sprinkles- I'm thinking these would look good in the sugar glitter too!!
six different colors of glitter in plastic containers
Edible Glitter! Recipe
1/4 cup sugar + 1/2 teaspoon food coloring + 10 minutes in oven to make Edible Glitter!!!
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a wooden frame with paper stars hanging from it
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Tiny Stars 3m Garland (Peach, Mints & Glitter Gold)
colorful party hats sitting on top of each other
This Party Calls For A Theme: It’s All Rainbows and Unicorns
unicorn birthday party ideas | Unicorn Party Hats Use double sided tape - glitter on one side, attach to the hat with the other?
two vases with pink flowers in them and one has glitter on the bottom, while the other is filled with water
Bridal Shower Ideas
Icing Designs: DIY Glittery Pink Vases - For a baby or bridal shower?
several blue balloons are hanging from a line
Awesome for any party: balloon garlands.
QUICK TIP: For a celebration, instead of taping walls with balloons all over the place, needle & thread balloons on a string.
a person holding two lollipops with the letter o on them
Mailee's 10th Birthday Party
adding glitter and jewels to plain number candles... how did I never think of this before?