We love how the same elements that create beautiful wedding decor can also translate into beautiful home decor. Reusing your leftover wedding decorations is not only a great way of recycling and saving money, but it’s also a way to remind you of your special day long after it’s over. Here’s some of our favorite wedding-to-home ideas!
1. Wood Slices.
For the wedding: We’ve seen so many creative uses for wood slices in weddings. One of our favorite ideas is to use a custom stamp on them to make these adorable rustic save the dates, via Nonpareil!
In the home: use the other side of the wood slice to make a unique clock via Design*Sponge, or use it as a tray for serving food via Martha Stewart Weddings
2. Wood Crates.
For the wedding: Use wooden crates to give some height to your dessert table, via Love & Lavender.
In the home: Use the crate as storage for books and magazines via Pottery Barn or stack multiples to make side tables, via Design*Sponge.
For the wedding: Use a box filled with yarn to display escort cards, via Forget.Me.Knot Weddings
In the home: Besides it’s obvious use (knitting), yarn can be used to make a gorgeous wreath via Etsy, or fabulous (and cheap!) giftwrap via Flickr
4. Drawer knobs.
For the wedding: Eclectic drawer knobs from Anthropologie make a unique bouquet, via 100 Layer Cake.
In the home:Make an old piece of furniture look cuter via Love and Photographs or use drawer knobs as finials for a curtain rod, via Design*Sponge!
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