* Jute. You hear me well, jute! Traditionally seen as a bag of rice or potatoes, jute is a wedding decorating staple, especially for an outdoor country wedding. It works beautifully as a table runner as hay bale seat covers, round bouquet of the bride steal, and many other decorative options. Jute and lace is one of my favorite combinations, adding a little romance and charm. Jute is for sale for less than $ 4 per meter of fabric or craft stores, but even cheaper if you are creative and find it used or on clearance.
* Mason jars make beautiful vases, candle holders, wedding favors, and hanging lanterns. They can usually be bought in bright, teal, blue and green, but they can be decorated to your taste with things like lace, ribbon or jute. Turning your canning jars for candle holders are easy to fill with things like sand, salt, acorns, stones or other things that your wedding theme. They can also be used as a hanging lamps with simple use of threads and yarns. As a wedding favor, just above a layered recipe ingredients for your favorite cookie recipe or even a colorful bath salts. Depending on the size and type of pickle jars can be purchased for less than $ 1-2 each.
* Use lots and lots of candles! Lighting plays a major role in the overall feel of your wedding, and candles are the cheapest and most effective way to create an atmosphere. Tea lights are very cheap and works perfectly to your reception table centerpieces. You can even get crafty and make your own candles.
* Be inspired with dust! Go to your local drug store and look through their share space. You can use fabric for ruffles for a soft, luxurious background. Or you can create a standard architecture to tent ceiling to hide, wrap the fabric around the back of the bridal party chairs and create hanging loops, or use fabric in a beautiful walkway to the aisle. Sheer fabrics such as tulle or organza works best.
* Let nature do you decorate! Depending on the season of your wedding, you can even use things from your own backyard, like cones, evergreens, vines, wheat, acorns or rocks. There are great ways to use these elements to a fall or winter wedding. Also, instead of spending money for your florist, consider using wildflowers - they are perfectly placed in Mason jars. Try a place that is rather natural beauty, like a botanical garden, lake or vineyard to choose. In this way you hold your wedding decorations minimal. Or better yet, have it in your home as the proper setting and space for everyone.
Whatever your budget, with a little creativity and research, can be a fun and entertaining your wedding day without being lavish or over the top.