My middle school BFF got married last weekend and I helped her set up the wedding. The original wedding was planned outside and due to some last minute changes, she had to find a new venue. She was able to find a room for rent at a near by sport’s complex. I went with her the weekend before to see what we were dealing with. On Friday we set up as much as we could between the hours of 5:30 pm and 9:30 pm with a total of 6 people to help out. Saturday morning I went back to finish the set up and to make sure the cake could be delivered.
Most of the items used were from thrift stores, the dollar tree, and my personal décor collection. There was some items purchased from craft stores and Target as well.
Thrifted items: candles, most of the flowers, plates, candle stick holders, and the flowers and vases at the alter.
The ceiling lights were bought after Christmas at Target 2 years ago. I keep them on hand because you never know when they’ll come in handy! I also got the Mr & Mrs ballons from there as well.
The glasses were bought at the Dollar Tree! The frames for the signs were also from here along with some of the flowers.
The tulle, the silverware (which was plastic), the flower arrangement in between the candle stickers was created by one of the other friends of the bride (which she did an amazing job!) all came from various craft stores like Hobby Lobby, Michael’s and Joann Fabric.
The cake stand, the wooden Mr. and Mrs. signs, and the Processo bar sign came from my own personal décor. The table cloth’s came from the bride’s Aunt who had them in her home.
The candle jars with the glitter bottoms were made in a previous post I did. Click here to view that post.
The fairy lights were given to me from my other friend who had gotten married. She bought them off of Amazon.