Bridal Brunch Mimosa Bar Sign - Perfect for Bridal Shower, Birthday Party, Bachelorette Party, Wall Art, Glitter, 8x10, Flowers, Gold, Cheer
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This cute little "Bridal Brunch Mimosa Bar" sign is perfect for your bridal shower, birthday party or Bachelorette party!
Full text reads:
Pour the bubbly
Splash some juice
Garnish with fruit
Digital Download Includes:
1 - 8x10 PDF
1 - 8x10 JPEG
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