You walked down the aisle, exchanged vows and said “I do”! Now that you are married, you probably have a couple of items, you will never use again. Give thanks this Thanksgiving by donating your gently used wedding items to other brides/grooms looking to plan their wedding on a very tight budget.
Everyone wants their weddings to-be and look amazing. Many couples are fortunate enough to have a good paying jobs or family/friends to help out with all the expenses. However, there are thousands of engaged couples that simply can’t afford the wedding package they want.
There are many ways you can help these couples; while saving the planet and reducing your carbon footprint. Re-using wedding favors, décor and attire is becoming a trend that has been on the rise over the past decade. Tis’ the season of giving and feeling thankful, so why not give, sell or donate your used wedding items to couples that have fell on hard times.
There are charities that help couples going through very difficult situations that have a desire to tie the knot. Wish Upon a Wedding provides the opportunity to “walk down the aisle” to those who have endured far greater challenges that many of us couldn’t possibly imagine. You can visit their website to find out how you can volunteer or donate to their cause.
You can sell your wedding décor, accessories, and attire for a reduced price and help out couples that can’t afford something brand new. Yes, they will most likely buy these items from you for up to 80% off, but you will be helping them create a dream wedding.
List of Website to Sell your Wedding Items:
UK couples: https://www.sellmywedding.co.uk/
List of Websites to Sell your Wedding Dress:
Chapel of the Flowers always tries to give back to the Las Vegas community, and already has plans to participate in the upcoming KLUC Toy Drive and Walk for Wishes. Make sure to take the time during Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years to give the gift of wishes and hope to all people, not just engaged couples. Love is a beautiful thing, and sometimes we lose sight of why we celebrate the holidays.
“A man’s true wealth is the good he does in this world.” – Muhammad