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For a little party favor， make a mini bouquet for each guest. Try combining mini calla lilies， dahlias and drumstick flowers with some greenery from your yard. Simply gather the flowers in your hand and secure with a small hair band and snip the stems to the appropriate length. If you add a floral centerpiece to your tablepersonalized housewarming gifts， be sure to repeat some of those same flower varieties from your mini bouquets， so that it all pulls together.personalized graduation frames
For a special touch， make a napkin ring from ribbon and create a place card with our Metal Tags. It looks especially pretty when you tuck in a sprig of berries and evergreen. Use this same trick of tying ribbon and greenery sprigs to the stems of your guests’ wine glasses. Using different colors of ribbon and different types of greenery on each stem is a great way for your guests to identify their glass.
Sugared fruit gives the table a frosty winter effect. For a great place card holder， use a gorgeous pear. Spray gold foil metallic paint on the pear—you can find the paint at a crafts store. Write your guests’ names on card stock and cut the card into a leaf shape. A pearl corsage pin from the florist works beautifully for attaching the card to the pear. Finish off your masterpiece by adding a silver spray painted magnolia leaf， a piece of sugared rosemary and a sprig of winter berry. Now， you are ready to welcome your guests to a beautiful evening.
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Nantucket, MA is an island rich with history, fresh seafood and scenic ocean views. Perhaps you know of the Island from Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick,” or its annual and internationally renowned sailboat race, Figawi. Authentically historic, there’s a feeling of nostalgia in the Island’s breeze, and its 18th century roots are shown off in the shops nestled close together with hand-painted signs clanking above the entryways, tiny alleys cluttered with shoppers, and chunky cobblestone walking paths.