6 Things That You Can Repurpose After Your Wedding

Decorations, attire, gifts, and more. There certainly is a lot to consider when you’re getting married. If you’re on a budget, it can be challenging to know where to cut costs.

However, you should keep in mind that not everything needs to be thrown away after your special day. You can still get more than one use out of some items.

Below, we are going to take a look at six things that you can repurpose after your wedding day.

Let’s get started.

Flowers

You can have mounds of leftover flowers from your wedding, but you should never throw them away. Aside from decorating your home, there are actually quite a few uses for them.

You could preserve them in a necklace or frame, place them on the grave of a loved one or even donate them to a local charity. There are so many options out there. You can find more ideas here.

Wedding Dress

While it might sound strange, wedding dresses like these can still be used after your big day. You could alter and wear it again, make keepsake pillows and quilts out of the fabric or save it for your children to wear one day.

If you aren’t attached, you may also consider selling it to get back some extra cash.

Candles

Candles are another staple for weddings, and while they usually get thrown away, you shouldn’t waste them. If you can’t use them around your own home, consider giving them away to guests.

You may also think about melting down the wax and repurposing the jars. They can be remade into candles, used for tea/coffee, and even make a great toothbrush holder. The options are endless.

Table Décor 

Everyone has unique table décor for their wedding. From mirrors, jars, table runners, lanterns, and statues. It all depends on your style and theme.

Instead of throwing them away, choose pieces carefully that will easily fit into your home. If you don’t want them, you should be able to sell them as a set. Many brides-to-be are looking for a quick and easy DIY wedding.

Family Photos

Family photos add a nice personal touch to your wedding décor, and even if they are simple prints, you can always use them after. Give them to friends and family, make an album, or create a gallery wall in your own home.

Ceremony Arch

The ceremony arch is one thing that many people don’t know how to repurpose. However, there are quite a few ideas out there. One popular solution is to reuse it in your garden. Place a bench underneath, and you have a beautiful spot to sit in the sunshine.

Another idea is to have it handy as a photo backdrop for events. You can decorate it however you wish to suit the occasion.

And that’s it! These were six things that you can repurpose after your wedding. What do you think? Are there any other suggestions you would recommend?

About Ronnie E.

Ronnie is the frugal Latina of the group. Hailing from the beautiful Andes Mountains in Bolivia, she lives and breathes frugality. She loves to figure out how to spend less money and takes on the challenge of finding great deals and cheaper options every day.

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