Reuse Throw Pillows, Blankets, and Linens You decked out your cocktail hour lounge with color-coordinating pillows and had baskets of blankets on-hand for the chilly evening. What a hostess! The good news is that these are great items to incorporate into your home too, says Francesca DiSalvo-Follmer of Pure Luxe Bride. She suggests that during the planning process, pick items, like napkins and throws, that fit with your home decor as well as the wedding vibe. Also, be sure that you approve of the fabric for long-term use. “Find some youd like to own, so you can keep them after the wedding is over,” she advises.
Hang Your Mirrors Decorative mirrors are one of the easiest decor items to bring back to your abode. You can put a mirror in every room! Consider using a mirror for your table assignments or ceremony signage. Have it calligraphed with a chalk pen that you can simply wipe it clean post-reception. Then, hang the mirror in an entryway or guest bedroom to magically update the space.
Like, you will probably be seeing them some places because theyre getting fairly popular and are #ontrend now but theyre still very unique indeed so its grand, whatever. Clear acrylic is actually ideal enough for weddings too because it looks like glass, but instead of being actual glass its super light and pretty much impossible to break. Its also not that expensive if you shop around.