No more hunting for wedding stuff, that is! Ha! Had you going, didn’t I? Actually, hubby and I did sit in our deer blind for four hours this morning but got nothing but a sore back and lack of sleep. Those deer just are not cooperating so far this year! But no matter. That gives me opportunity to show you one of the results of my hunt for cheap wedding decor items.
Remember this photo from October?
I had begun spray painting a piece of an old dresser or vanity, the part that holds the mirror. At $4.99 it was a steal at Goodwill, and I envisioned it as a vintage-looking chalkboard welcome sign for the wedding. I think it turned out pretty well, don’t you?
More ivory spray paint, a couple of layers of chalkboard paint, and a welcome message in chalk, and it made a perfect welcome to the wedding. I tucked it under the low-hanging branches of a pine tree and anchored the base in a small galvanized bucket. So easy, so cheap, so vintage.
Here is another little vignette I made for the hors d’oeuvres table from an antique clock lamp, some vintage cake toppers, a framed photo, and an old book. I also added a milk glass compote dish, a wire votive holder with crystals, and a few steampunk gears and keys. A vintage wedding cake topper perches on the top of the lamp base, which has the time of the wedding on the clock: 3:00. The green lamp I spray painted black.
Stay tuned for the cost reveal of our cheap DIY wedding, hopefully tomorrow!