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I often get asked by brides and friends where to find the best prices on decor items for your wedding. Obviously, there are plenty of brick and mortar stores you can visit where you live to score cheap items. We all know about Goodwill, thrift stores, even Walmart and the Dollar Store. However, in this busy world we live in, sometimes it’s just easier to shop online, amiright? So, today I want to share with you some of my top resources for scoring cheap wedding decor on the web! Without further ado, here are my top picks:


I first became familiar with Luna Bazaar when I was planning my wedding back in 2008-2009! They have a HUGE selection of paper lanterns, as well as other miscellaneous decor items! If you’re looking for paper lanterns to add a little pizzazz to your reception, Luna Bazaar has every shape and color and size imaginable, and at great prices, too!

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 PRO TIP: Be sure to check out their clearance section– lots of amazing deals to be found, there!


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Koyal Wholesale is a fantastic resource when it comes to decor items!

 Some of my favorite items to pick up from Koyal Wholesale include Cupcake Wrappers, Paper Drinking Straws, Charger Plates, washi tape, and more!

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 PRO TIP: They also have an amazing selection of DIY Craft Supplies!


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If you’ve never shopped this magical and mystical land of DIY wedding goodness then you, my dears, are in for a treat. Save On Crafts has literally EVERYTHING you could possibly think of when it comes to weddings- from vintage birdcages and rustic/vintage vases and bottles to fake moss and greenery, to POUNDS and POUNDS of glitter. Seriously, if you can’t find it here, I’ll be shocked. Lots and LOTS of items that are perfect for rustic / vintage / farm type weddings, especially. For extra savings be sure to hit their Sale section! They are always running specials, so bookmark this place, ladies.

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 PRO TIP: Many of the items at Save On Crafts that could be used for wedding decor can also double as fabulous Home Decor. Remember- ReUsing items makes them more budget savvy!



amazon is another one of those places where you can literally order ANYTHING your heart desires. Over the years I’ve ordered groceries, toilet paper, wedding items, and even a big screen TV and laptop from my favorite A to Z online store. As a bonus, I have an Amazon Rewards card which I earn 3 points per dollar spent on typically I use my reward points I earn all year to help offset the costs of Christmas gifts for my family each year. (I’m serious!!) Just do a quick search for wedding items and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the results!

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 Mini Clothespins  •  Faux Crystal Cake Server Set ($5.99!)  •  “Diamond” Confetti 800 pieces for $6
Print Your Own Fan Kit $10.90 for 24 fans  •  Martha Stewart Card Box $14.99
Rhinestone Ribbon 30ft long for $8.90  •  12 Mini Chalkboards 4″ x 2 ” for $15.57

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orientaltradingWhen it comes to cheap stuff, it doesn’t get much cheaper than Oriental Trading. You get their catalogs in the mail, I bet. I remember looking through it as a kid when it showed up at our house… who wouldn’t want 1000 fortune cookies? Seriously though, they have an amazing assortment of Paper Lanterns, Balloons, ceiling decor, photobooth backdrops, they even have some cute banners to add to your decor. Definitely worth checking out, especially if you’re looking for the lowerst prices.


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 PRO TIP: They also have a section of candy items for your candy buffet!




So, what do you think of our list? Did we miss any you think we should add? Sound off in the comments below and we might add your suggestion to our Resources Page!


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Jessica is the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride; she launched the site in May of 2008, shortly after becoming engaged. Jessica has been recognized as a budget wedding expert by various media outlets and continues to share realistic inspiration and actionable tips to help brides save money on their weddings. Google

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