My husband and I have been married 7 years, but we had a small, private courthouse wedding. At the time it seemed like such a great idea because we could save money and I well, I really needed medical insurance that my job didn’t offer. So, we jumped on it and had our small “wedding.” I often feel like I missed out on the atmosphere of a beautiful wedding despite our attempt to decorate for a small reception. We are still planning to renew our vows and have “the wedding we never had.” The excitement of thinking about it and planning is awesome. I have helped others’ plan their weddings, and it’s just something I really enjoy! We still have a few years until the big date, which we’re planning for our 10th anniversary, but it’s never too early to start looking ahead and getting everything ready!
Saving money is still important to us especially having 3 special needs kids and our own medical needs, which is why we’re already planning so we can maximize our resources. I found some beautiful wedding supplies like the picture above and fell in love with this display! Not only do they match “our colors,” but the prices are great, too! They really have a little bit of everything! They have personalized products, organza ribbon, chair covers, wedding cameras, bubbles and sashes, cake stands, personalized ribbons, guest books, favor bags, centerpieces, and much more. Basically anything you could need! Their shipping prices are extremely reasonable as well! I know we don’t want “just anything” for our vow renewal wedding, so I was glad to find eFavorMart! Besides a great selection their website is easy to navigate! Sometimes shopping for decorations and supplies can be overwhelming, but I don’t feel that way when shopping their site! You can find products in Huge Lots by color and products by category. It’s all nicely laid out for easy shopping!
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