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Designs by Ginny — 1st communion

Angel Centerpiece

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Angel Centerpiece

This precious angel centerpiece looks so angelic. Perfect for a baptism, christening or any religious event. Shown with a pink and iridescent glitter and base with white and iridescent metallic tissue puffs.

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1st communion centerpiece

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1st communion centerpiece

Each of these centerpieces can be used for a 1st communion celebration or any other religious celebration. In the first picture we used our little girl praying cutout as the focal point for this custom 1st communion table centerpiece. A combination of light and dark pink silk flowers and greenery make up the base. A rosary was placed over the hands of the praying girl cutout. For the second picture we used our custom boy praying cutout and placed him on our custom bible cutout and adorned the bible with some silk flowers for a stunning look. In the third table centerpiece we used...

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Girl or Boy Praying Centerpiece with Cross

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Girl or Boy Praying Centerpiece with Cross

For the custom cutout praying girl centerpiece base we used our light pink and iridescent mylar paper to create a soft look. The praying girl was glittered a light pink and the cross was glittered with an iridescent white glitter. We added a host to the cross for those celebrating 1st Communion but the host could be removed for other religious celebrations. For the custom cutout praying boy centerpiece we used our light blue and white mylar paper creating a pretty blue base. The praying boy was glittered a light blue and the cross and white glitter. This could be...

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Ist communion centerpiece

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Ist communion centerpiece

Many will soon be celebrating their first communion in the Catholic church. We created a table centerpiece this year with a Styrofoam cross that has a host cutout mounted in the center of the cross that resembles a catholic host. We used a gold pedestal container that resembles a chalice and filled it with silk greenery and added some tiny light yellow silk daisies. A sheer white ribbon with gold metallic crosses on it adds and extra touch. This centerpiece would also work well for other religious celebrations, replacing the host with either a cross, dove or angel or just plain. for more...

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1st communion, christening or baptism centerpiece

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1st communion, christening or baptism centerpiece

This centerpiece can be used for 1st Communion a Christening or Baptism or other religious celebration . The focal point of this centerpiece is the custom cut styrofoam white glittered cross with a tiny yellow cross that is mounted to the center of the cross. Lavender Gerber style daisies and silk greenery along with purple and lavender foliage complete the centerpiece. These centerpieces are light weight and will be easy to ship. We can also change the color of the cross or the flowers to fit your color scheme. Since this post we were asked to create a centerpiece that was geared more...

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