Accessories for all of your wedding signage

When your scroll Pinterest's ever-growing wedding section, you can become overwhelmed pretty quickly. These perfectly staged, flawless down to the last detail wedding snapshots can be discouraging. If you're anything like me, you may look at these perfect photos and wonder how much this perfect wedding cost.

The good news is you can save some serious cash without compromising your wedding decor. We've compiled a lit of tips that can help you no matter what style wedding you're aiming for, no mater how big or small your budget is.



Frames are one of the surprisingly most affordable parts for any wedding decor. Before looking at Michaels and Walmart, try checkout out local consignment shops and the dollar store. You can often find affordable, vintage frames of all sizes at Goodwill or Value Village. It's amazing what a can of spray paint can do!

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This is my favorite trick for wedding decor! Visit the Salvation Army or Goodwill and look at their vase section. You'll be able to find many gorgeous, vintage vases for under $5! Try purchasing a few mismatched vases of different heights and sizes and spray paint them white (gold, or whatever color that matches your decor!) Older vases often have plenty of dainty details, and with a fresh coat of paint you can give them a new life.

Place card holders

There are many, many ways to create place card holders out of items from nature. Try collecting pinecones, corks, or any other natural item that suits your theme.

Save even more time and money by printing place cards and folding them - no holder necessary!

Poster / Large Signs

Skip the need to frame your seating chart and have it printed on a foam board sign! Foam board signs are durable and don't need the help of a frame to stay flat. They also print beautifully with vivid colors.

Don't forget to keep an eye out for sales and coupons. When you're on a budget, it's important to be patient while looking for decor!