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Great romantic Valentine’s DIY idea… Roses in ice cubes… Perfect in an ice bucket, since you won’t actually use them in a drink! Just put roses into an ice cube tray and add water, then freeze.

12 Bachelorette Party Ideas: #12. Serve pink champagne with fresh rose ice cubes and real blooms for a glam feel    Share this:

12 Bachelorette Party Ideas

Need ideas for a bridal shower? We rounded up some of the best games, decorations, themes and other bridal ideas to make your bridal shower special.

I love these flowers in ice.

Love those floral ice cubes! A little tipple inspiration courtesy of Sydney style guru Pauline Morrissey. Maybe for bridal shower/bachelorette party?

DIY hielos con flores y frutas

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花やハーブでアイスキューブ

DIY Party Inspiration rose champagne in ice bucket with frozen flower ice cubes

Strawberry Frosé (Frozen Rosé Slushies) - Only THREE ingredients and the ONLY drink you'll want for the rest of summer!

Strawberry Frosé (Frozen Rosé Slushies)

Toasted Frozen Coconut Mojito is a summer must have! Made lighter with fresh lime juice, a homemade mint simple syrup and then blended with coconut milk for a refreshing cocktail that you won't have troubles asking for seconds!

Toasted Frozen Coconut Mojito

Yummy bridal shower or bachelorette party cocktail - toasted frozen coconut mojito - unique wedding cocktails - frozen wedding cocktails {With Salt and Wit}

Freeze red roses in ice cubes to use to chill your champagne or white wine, great idea for the Kentucky Derby.    #kentucky #derby #party

14 Delicious And Charming Reasons To Throw A Kentucky Derby Party

Great romantic Valentine’s DIY idea… Roses in ice cubes… Perfect in an ice bucket, since you won’t actually use them in a drink! Just put roses into an ice cube tray and add water, then freeze.

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