Wondering what geode and agate actually means?
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A geode is a concave rock formation which is lined on the inside with crystals. The most popular example is an amethyst geode. Agate, on the other hand, is a flatter rock which is characterised by bright colour and grain patterns.
Geode and agate are becoming increasingly popular in wedding styling circles, and, the beautiful natural rock formations can be used for anything from table numbers to the inspiration for your wedding cake design. Here are some geode and agate wedding styling ideas.
Agate table numbers
Agate place cards
Agate cookie bomboniere
Geode cake topper
Agate wedding invitations
Geode wedding cake
Geode lolly pops
Agate thank you cards
Agate ceremony backdrop
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