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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Michelle, The trend today is to mix the styles of centerpieces. However, when you have two quite different centerpieces, you may not want to make the third group different unless you have quite a few tables. In the cylinder vases have you considered doing something like floating candles with rocks in the bottom of the cylinders, or filling them with fruits, such as lemons and limes? You dont have to place flowers in them. Much of what you do will depend on the color of the hydrangeas. If you use white or cream ones, you can add more color in the other arrangements. If you use blue or mauve hydrangeas, then you limit your other color choices to ones that coordinate with the hydrangeas.

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