Tammi's Tips & Trends: Recycle Your Wedding Dress

First off, thanks for following Before I Do's blog! I am thrilled to be a part of this business and to finally say that I am doing what I love. We have so many exciting things in the works, we're growing FAST, and Michele and I are having a blast doing it all!  If you haven't noticed, we are putting a lot more effort into our social media and blogging this year! We love sharing our work and inspiration with you, and now I'll be adding weekly Tips & Trends to keep you up to speed on the latest and greatest ideas hitting the events world! Our new website is in the works, so stay tuned for that as well.

First up -- Recycle Your Wedding Dress.

Have you ever felt bad that your gorgeous wedding dress is just sitting in your closet? Would you feel weird putting it on again to prance around for a bit? Or are you a bridesmaid that has eight expensive bridesmaid's dresses in your closet that you really  won't wear again?

If you are not a bride who is saving their wedding dress in hopes their future daughter will wear it someday -- then Old New Borrowed Redo™ (ONBR) is a San Diego based company that has some fabulous ideas to turn your dresses into something you'll cherish (and use!) for years to come. They repurpose “one-time wear” dresses into custom keepsakes such as pillows, baby blankets, throw blankets, sachet bags and picture frames by adding additional fabric, embroidery, ruffle, piping and bows.

Prices start around $65 (for smaller items like a Ring Bearer pillow) and go up from there -- these ladies are talented, willing to work within a budget, and can customize just about anything! Check out their adorable site!


P.s. If you have topic ideas, feedback, or just want to say hi -- email info@beforeidovents.com!


1 comment:

Dexter Louis said...

These tips are working. You can also save these wedding dresses for the upcoming times or also give to your relatives. It’ll much better.
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