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Looking for wedding reception centerpieces for a St Patricks day wedding(girls will be in Kelly green)table linens etc in beige..thank you

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www.jafgifts.com can help you regarding wedding centerpieces. they have high quality products, uncompromised customer service and a company commitment to satisfy the consumer.

Depending on your budget there are several things you can do. If you're on a tight budget keep it simple and use a small vase with shamrocks. Alternatively you could buy some cheap celtic crosses for the centre of the tables or combine the two. Maybe even use some stones and make reference the the Blarney stone!

I hope this helps.

Anyone can save money on their wedding with a little careful planning.

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