This post is part of a series where we share wedding budget tips to help you save money on your wedding! You can also access all the wedding budget tips on a single page for your convenience and future reference. This post is all about how you can upcycle items to use
Unfortunately, it can be a bit overwhelming finding the best, most legitimate sites before buying and selling used wedding decor. You want to make sure you get a good deal, yet at the same time choosing a site that has plenty of selection and users is also important. It also bears mentioning
A few weeks ago, I did a post about wine bottle table numbers. Since then, I’ve had the chance to play around with the idea and I’ve come up with a final product that we really like. They are easy, cheap, and (in my humble opinion) pretty freakin’ gorgeous. You’ll need: Wine
During the first month of our engagement, my husband-to-be and I were browsing through the nearby unnamed dollar store, on the prowl for anything usable for our wedding. Most of the “wedding” section in these stores are full of sad fleur de lis patterned napkins, small plastic bubble bottles, and shoddy two piece
Hello ladies, I’ve got a cheap and delightful craft for you this week–wine bottle table numbers. The best part of this idea is that you don’t have to buy anything, assuming you (or people you know) drink lots of wine. And if you’re planning a wedding, you’re probably already drinking lots of wine.
One thing I plan to do this summer is to resell my wedding decor that I bought but can’t find a way to repurpose. During wedding planning, I was careful to select pieces that I could reuse as home decor like the wooden lantern we used for cards and the purple candle holder
After Josh proposed in January, I decided to take a couple of months to get a vision for our wedding. While I was contemplating the whole “wedding planning” thing, I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t spend money on (or make!) anything that couldn’t be re-purposed after the fact. We
One of the most fun things for me to do in preparation for the wedding is to work on my centerpieces. I decided early on, after I settled on what my table clothes would look like, what I wanted my centerpieces to be. I wanted to incorporate old vases, wine bottles and