Dress your champagne saucers with a decorative stem of
blooms for a romantic finish.
The smaller the blooms the prettier and more delicate the
effect will be. We've used Snomounds here which give the vintage
saucers a dreamy twist but different flowers can be chosen to match
Keep it crisp and fresh with vibrant greens and creamy
Champagne saucers, £160 for eight,
www.thevintageweddinglist.co.uk. Flowers (Spiraea nipponica
'Snowmound'). Silver embossed tray, £2 to hire,
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