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Floating Pearl Centrepiece

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This is a stunning centrepiece that is simple to put and the end result gives the illusion of floating pearls.

Use this centrepiece for weddings, school balls or other formal events. See the step by step guide with pictures on how to get this beautiful creation.

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

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When it comes to weddings, most of us are familiar with the traditional of having “Something borrowed something blue, something old, something new.” 

This tradition is one that has been carried on through the ages and brides continue to tie in these four essentials items into their wedding. Some brides love the traditional aspect of this and include special items to reflect each part of borrowed, blue, old and new, while others see it as a charming little custom to add a fun element to their special day.

So what is the significance of “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue”?