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KarKarB24 KarKarB24 3 years
 @lauren food that can be eaten on a toothpick is perfect for when you don't want to ruin your freshly applied lipstick!
lauren lauren 3 years
 @KarKarB24 oh that is great idea! I think having little bites to eat just before a wedding is perfect and easy for not only the bride but the bridal party too!
KarKarB24 KarKarB24 3 years
another simple idea — when I was a bridesmaid, I bought fresh muffins on the morning of my friend's wedding and I cut them into cubes. I passed out some toothpicks and voila! A delicious sweet breakfast treat!
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