Buy mini glass bottles or Grolsch beer bottles (and remove the
labels) and fill to the three-quarter mark with olive oil. Add a
sprig of rosemary for flavour. Loop the string, attached to the
label, around the top of each bottle. Leave a bottle next to each
Photograph by Nato Welton, styling by Polly Atkinson
Glass bottles with stoppers, £57.82 for 24, JBC Online. Porcelain
labels, £3.50, De Puddy.
As seen in the July/August 2009 issue of Brides.
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