Fill card cones with flowers for a whimsical touch. Cut a
fan-shaped piece of card or buy a template. roll it into a
cone, securing with glue. Then cut hydrangeas to size and
place in the cones. Display in tea-light holders filled with
sand and dot around your venue.
Cone template, £125 for 100, gifts By lucy at
notonthehighstreet.com. hydrangeas, £5.50 per stem, By Appointment
Only Design. glass holders, £1.25, C Best. kiln-dried sand,
£3.88 per 25kg, B&Q
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