Post # 1
I’m not sure if this is the right place to post this but here goes… I’m looking for burlap or lace table runners for 8 foot tables and ivory linens and chair covers. If anyone is selling these items or knows where I can find them (I am on a realy tight budget) I’d really appreciat it. Plus anything else rustic/outdoorsy would be nice.
Post # 4
Wish I could help! I have burlap table runners by my wedding is the weekend after yours! I bought my burlap at JoAnns and cut it into table runners. It took like 30 mins. I still have to sew the ends because I don’t want them to fray but I’m guessing it will only take me an afternoon. I am having a rustic wedding too, so some ideas for you are to hot glue some burlap onto mason jars and put some floating candles in them. Use sticks from trees for decor, that’s free. Good luck!
Post # 5
Do you know about the wedding lending library in Portland?
To other Bees, this is a great place to donate leftover wedding decor.
Post # 6
jo anns has lots of coupons in the sunday paper… 50 percent off and 40 percent off. they have one whole page of coupons.
Post # 7
@julies1949: Thank you so much! This is incredible 🙂
Post # 8
@julies1949: Seriously, how do you know EVERYTHING?! I’m jealous of this gem of a business in Oregon. Find one near me! 😉
Post # 9
@MalbecMe: I don’t know where you live LOL
Post # 10
In terms of table cloths and chair covers, I would check out this website: http://www.linentablecloth.com/
When I priced it out, it was actually cheaper to buy than it was to rent. Then you can always sell them afterward, making them even cheaper.
I’ve also read online that you should buy burlap at a garden store, since it will be cheaper. I haven’t checked it out myself, but it’s worth looking.
Hope that helps!
Post # 11
I can across this post looking for different ideas. I live in eugene and I know that econo-sales is a great place to look. And remember a lot of places will price match! I always try and bargin for prices.