Scatter your day with meaningful trinkets to add a personal
touch, like this tiny grand piano. Choose something that's special
to you and your groom - an object that unites you as a couple - or
something that ties in with your theme. It's sure to get guests
talking and adds a quirky touch to the decor.
SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE
Antique piano make-up compact, £295, www.graysantiques.com. Arrangement, (miniature
red snowberries, Anigozanthos 'Kanga Burgundy' and Harlequin
roses), from £190, www.inwaterflowers.co.uk
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