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Using Lucky Bamboo as Favors and Center piece?

Posted by sweetjoey (My Page) on
Thu, May 11, 06 at 1:45

Hi everyone!
This is my first post. I was thinking about using mini lucky bamboo arrangments as wedding favors and a large one for the centerpiece. Has anyone tried it? If so, do you have a pic?

Or should I stick with flowers?


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RE: Using Lucky Bamboo as Favors and Center piece?

Saw this idea somewhere in this site, reception ideas I think?? Lots of great ideas in there..

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.frugalbride.com/babblingbrides.html


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RE: Using Lucky Bamboo as Favors and Center piece?

Personally, I like the bamboos for the favors but prefer some type of flower arrangement, maybe with bamboo in it, for the tables. Maybe you could do some bamboo arrangements with flowers in them, otherwise it's just too much green.


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RE: Using Lucky Bamboo as Favors and Center piece?

I just received lucky bamboo as a favor at my niece's shower. She had them in slim vases that flared at the bottom and top, filled with tiny glass stones and she had a slim ribbon tied around the center with a tiny rose hot-glued on in lieu of a bow, all in her colors. I felt that it was a very nice favor.


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