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Weekly Wrap-up + Currently For Sale

Three cheers for the first Friday of the year! For those who got engaged over the holidays, congrats + welcome! We wanted to leave you with our favorite finds from Recycle Your Wedding this week. Be sure to list your wedding decor here – or list requests under Wanted. Someone might have just what you’re looking for.

yarn pom pom garland

1. Yarn pom pom garlands (DIY instructions here)
2. Vintage amber glassware
3. Photobooth props
4. Black and white backdrop


A new year & a warm welcome to our fabulous new Blue Label members!

Alexandra Meseke Photography, New York-based Wedding Photography
Bare Root Flora, Colorado-based floral design
Mango Muse Events, San Francisco-based Event Planning
Hannah Suh Photography, San Franciso-based boutique wedding photography studio
Little Bat Photography, San Francisco-based artistic wedding photography
Visionari, San Franciso-based fine art Wedding Photography
Locally Grown Weddings, San Francisco-based multi-service sustainable wedding planners
Kiss the Bride Films, New York-based Cinematography


In case you missed any of our features from our first week of 2012…

North Carolina Lodge Wedding
One truly fashionable Nebraska bride and her wedding
An intimate Corona del Mar Bohemian wedding
Pops of seersucker abound in this breezy California wedding
A sweet intimate elopement in Central Park’s Wagner Cove
A post-Hurricane Irene affair at Stone Barns
A completely handmade wedding — perfection on a budget!
Bursts of yellow and orange in unexpected places for this Midwestern wedding
Historic Manor inspired + new Flower Guide

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