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September 29, 2008

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Love the apple centrepieces

The apples and the white lanterns are just perfection. I want to see more!

Apples are so fun. What a great wedding!!

Oooh - this is lovely!

I love the stacked apple centerpieces. never seen that before.

That apple display is FABULOUS! So refreshing and unique! LOVE IT!

These apples look so great! What a wonderful centerpiece!

I love this! My best friend was married outside in the hill country, it was the most beautiful wedding I ever went to !

I just spent all morning looking for a place in my area to pick apples...and now this! I seriously have apples on the brain now!

I JUST read about (and fell in love with} D'ette Cole's home--which was featured in this month's Cottage Living mag. And now this lovely wedding...I'm in inspiration heaven!!!

I loved the time I spent in the Texas Hill Country. So pretty!

Those apple arrangements are so perfectly pretty. Love.

LOVE the feel of this wedding. Might have to steal some inspiration here for our Oct 09 event!

I love it when people use fruit in flowers or as centerpieces. So clean and chic.

where do i find the apple centerpieces!

The reception looks perfect. Wedding is the most exciting part in our life and we all want the best on this one very special day.

The apples rock!

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