website has a "Recycle Your Wedding" section where brides can sell decorations from their wedding. Worth a look before you buy 80 square vases.

This website has a TON of cheap decorations, wedding stuff, crafts, etc. pinning for future reference.

OH MY GOODNESS THIS SITE IS ADDICTING IF YOU ARE PLANNING A WEDDING!!! It's all resale stuff from other weddings. SUPER cheap, but cool stuff!

Website that sells mason jars for cheap.

Website for Selling Wedding Supplies ~Cheaper than buying it all new! And you can sell your things when you're done!!!

Website where you can buy recycled wedding items

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Kate Spade,"Mrs" necklace. Someone tell my future husband I want this for our wedding :)

Pin now, look later.. This site is like the Pinterest of weddings... literally. pin this now.

A website just like Pinterest but for wedding stuff only.

good ideas i didn't think of before!

candle vases lighting diy wedding centerpieces

$14 aisle runner, then we can stencil it with your monogram! This website has awesome inexpensive wedding items!!!

Personalized hangers for bridesmaids so they don't get their dresses mixed up! DIY for WAY cheaper than you can buy!

Transparent lace tape - for vases or mason jars!

Fun Wedding Programs

Bouquet- Seasonal Guide to Wedding Flowers

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These were super inexpensive & quick to make. The glass vases, mirrors and flowers were all purchased from the Dollar Tree for $1 each. The flowers actually came off a Hawaiian Lei that I took apart. The lighting is a submersible led light. I've seen them on eBay - a dozen for $15. These will be on a white table cloth (that isn't wrinkled like it looks in the photo). Just place the light in the vase, add water and then place the flowers in the water.