Succulent Wedding Favors By SnazzyLittleThings.com

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Wedding planning.  Yep. We're starting to get serious. I have two-and-a-half weeks left.  My nights are getting later. I'm questioning my color scheme. My dress choice. The creative direction I'm going. And I'm not sure how to pull off what I would like to do in terms of decorating our venue.  I admit, I'm winging it. Going through my to-do list. Let's see...what's left? We haven't chosen a minister yet that will marry us.  (Kind of important) Flowers - I have this crazy idea that I can walk into a Costco and buy them the day before. Cake.  Not ordered. But I can stick a wedding topper on most any small cake (just for us two)...right? And our guests?  Well, they have a gorgeous assortment of desserts. Final equipment checklist is due this Saturday - and I'll be in Atlanta whooping it up with my fellow bloggy friends. But today I had a panic attack. PARTY FAVORS!  OMGeee!  I forgot to order my SUCCULENTS! Party favors. To me, this is one of the most important … More...

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