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By: Jenna Johnson | Posted: 01/28/2014
My job gets crazy busy in the summer, so I want to get as many of the details hammered out before the busy season. People are constantly asking me how the wedding planning is going. I always say “good” and try and come up with something that we are currently working on. I got nervous when I realized that for the last month whenever someone asked me that question I said that we were figuring out the tablecloths. I had all the big things figured out—venue, officiant, tables, chairs, caterer, etc. It was time to start figuring out some details.
I immediately got started on the centerpieces. We had decided that we wanted to play off the ring toss game for a third of our table’s centerpieces and the head table. We are going to do three bottles of varying heights with a ring around one or two of them and we are thinking about having flowers in them. We wanted to have colored bottles, but I couldn’t find any that were the right colors so I decided that we would color them ourselves.
After I ordered all the bottles that we needed (108 total!) I found a tutorial on how to color the bottles. All you need is Mod Podge and food coloring. Here's how to do it:
1. Mix the Mod Podge and food coloring together and then pour it into the bottle.
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