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    Default Looking for rustic, woodland and literary decor items!

    We are planning a rustic, magical woodland themed wedding next July and are looking for any decor help we can get: fairy lights, candles, lanterns, baubles, branches tree slices, confetti etc etc. We need everything!
    Thank you!

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    I have 10 of these cream vintagey lanterns with copper wire lights, 4 of those rustice metal house lanterns with copper wire lights and 10 of those vintage bottles for sale. The bottles are great for popping long flowers/greenery (from wholesalers) in and I got them from Glasgow Architectural Salvage centre and I googled the names on them, I think they are around 90 years old!!

    Can do 100 for the lot, if you want to come see we are in Glasgow and pretty flexible with times!

    Let me know,
    Nicola

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    Would you sell the cream lanterns separately? And, if so, how much for? We are on a very tight budget.

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    Jadells, I got some fab wood slices at a very reasonable price from a lady based in East Lothian. She advertised on the Blushing Brides fb page and still seems to be doing so. They were around 9 cheaper per slice than what I was finding on sites around the web and just needed to be dried out indoors for a while. Price varies depending on the size/thickness i think.
    I also noticed in Lidl today little baubles in lovely little toadstool shapes and leaves that might fit your theme. In terms of confetti, you can make your own natural petal confetti by drying out in the microwave or in an airing cupboard - lots of tutorials online

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    Of course! Could do 60 for the lanterns?

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    Thank you so much. Will take a look.

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    Thanks but 60 is still a little too much for me. On a very tight budget.

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    Hi Jadells,

    I've PM'd you!

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