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1confeti masculinechaya feminine Chilepapel picado masculine River Platepapelillos masculine Venezuela
- Features were thrown at us like confetti at a western wedding.
- Throwing confetti during the wedding scene was a pure delight.
- Then again, this is a man who attracts insults like a bride attracts confetti on her wedding day.
- They were full of confetti to throw at the bride and groom after the ceremony.
- I took the flimsy song words on paper and ripped them up, till coloured confetti showered on my legs and hands.
- Names were thrown about as contenders like confetti at a wedding.
- Ideally, use a shredder with a cross-cut action, as these turn paper into tiny pieces of confetti.
- One typical wedding custom is to throw confetti over the couple as they come from the church.
- Arrange a thin layer of sequins, glitter, and confetti on the adhesive paper.
- Only later, when she was on the expressway, would she make confetti of the lab paper and toss it out the window.
- Each building was decorated with banners, flowers, coloured ribbons and confetti.
- Everyone cheered, whistled and threw confetti as my parents walked back down the aisle, holding hands and beaming.
- Children ran down the streets, throwing confetti and screaming at the top of their lungs, dragging toy trains and teddy bears behind them.
- Prior to being paper, confetti was originally a mix of rose petals, rice and grain.
- Children run about flinging fistfuls of fallen blossoms over everyone like wedding confetti.
- Suddenly rose petals and paper confetti came raining down on them from the ceiling.
- We didn't have any wedding cake or confetti but it was still the happiest moment of my life.
- She looked at the donut box, decorated with pictures of confetti, and sighed.
- Others keep confetti and other small decorative items on hand to make a table look special.
- These individuals threw around weedkiller and detergent like confetti.