Planning a chic rustic wedding? Try this nifty DIY to create
these adorable votives - all you need is a shot glass and
To recreate the look, take a ball of twine and pull enough of it
from the hole in the middle to make room for a small shot glass.
Fill the glass with water and finish with a flower.
Twine balls, £2.10 each, www.pipii.co.uk. Shot glasses, similar from
£6.17 for 12, www.allianceonline.co.uk. Anemone, £2.50;
chrysanthemum, £1.50; dahlia, £1.50 each, and Blushing Bride
anemone, £4.50, www.palaisflowers.com.
Tablecloth, similar £7.99 per metre, The Fabric Shop UK at www.etsy.com
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