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DIY Fresh Hydrangea Garland For Wedding Table Decor

We’ve already told you about the table garlands trend, and this arrangement, running the full length of a table, is a real show-stopper for a wedding. Add the flowers and foliage bit by bit, until the garland matches the length of your table, and make it fairly last-minute, as it will only look its best for 24 hours. The flowers are layered on top of dark-green deeply veined leaves to create a sumptuous table display, and the hydrangea heads are angled out at either side to accentuate the three-dimensional shape of this design. Find out how to make it here and use for your amazing spring or summer wedding décor!

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