Today’s wedding at Los Abrigaods Resort features a bride and groom that had a candy buffet with apothecary jars as candy holders. They added a bit of lace, burlap, and bows to fit the theme, and voila – a great décor piece that can later be used around the home. A wedding that is décor smart, whimsical, rustic and very pretty!
Wedding décor can add up, even if you complete a lot of DIY projects. It would be nice to recoup some of the expenses from your wedding by selling your wedding décor. Three months after my own wedding, I am trying to sell a lot of my décor items on Craigslist. However, it can be time consuming to list everything, coordinate meetings with potential buyers, and make it worth my time to try and make a few bucks from the initial purchases.
Stretch your décor budget further by incorporating items you know you will use. Minimize the décor that you either throw out or sell after the wedding by only keeping items from that hold wonderful memories.
From the photographer: “Melissa and Tony were high school sweethearts that separated for their college years, only to find themselves back together afterwards. They rekindled their relationship and have been together ever since. Melissa and Tony dreamed of a romantic small wedding next to the creek in Sedona, Arizona. With colors of purple and ivory and accents of Lace and burlap, Melissa’s dream wedding came to life.”