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Remarkable Rustic Wedding Chandelier

By: Robin from All Things Heart & Home
Remarkable Rustic Wedding Chandelier
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Give your wedding something special by hanging a Remarkable Rustic Wedding Chandelier over every table. This gorgeous outdoor lighting looks like it's straight out of a magazine but costs nothing and takes just a couple of hours. Guests' jaws will drop when they see your amazing reception and realize that you did it yourself. No other wedding will have anything like this DIY chandelier, making your wedding an event to remember. The lights on their own are amazing, but they're even more stunning when they're on giving off a romantic glow.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening


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While these are unique and very romantic I fail to see how the designer can say they cist nothing to make. Each if the grapevine balls run $6. The string of lights is $10. Do if you make a bunch of four it will be $34. That's mire than nothing to me, especially if I have five tables to do!

These look SO pretty! They look way more expensive than they look.

Oh my, these are absolutely fabulous looking lights! What a super idea and they really look classy and not homemade at all. You could also opt for a more glamorous version by using clear heavy gauge fishline instead of rope or even decorative satin cording or sashes of satin or even tulle for a more frilly or feminine touch. I would glue on some faux clear crystals or acrylic beads here and ther too for added bling, but that's just me! Ove this idea, and such a super look. Thank you!

These are the prettiest lights I've ever seen. I want these for over my dinner table!


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