(Closed) Special Edition: Wedding Hoarders!

posted 7 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
5093 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2012

On top of all the wedding crap, we just moved in together and haven’t started unpacking or sorting through all two and a half apartments’ worth of stuff to figure out what we’re keeping and what we’re getting rid of.  Our place really does look like an honest-to-God hoarder’s place.  It’s awful.  🙁

Post # 4
6998 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

i was married 6 months ago and my guest closet is still full with wedding things – i really need to do some fall cleaning…

Post # 5
14494 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Mine is all stacked in the living room but we have no storage in our house.  I have started going through it.  I just an looking for someone to give it away too.

Post # 7
10714 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2012

I no longer have a dinning room… it’s the wedding storage to the ceiling room… stacks and piles everywhere… it’s bad. Don’t get me started on the crafts that are sitting all over the place!

Post # 8
2742 posts
Sugar bee

First thing I did after my wedding was to start selling a lot of stuff. I’ve reduced my clutter by 75%. Now I need to get off my butt and dryclean my gown and sell it. Then some vases etc. But yeah, before the wedding, the whole place looked so full of crap 🙁

Post # 9
638 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@smores:  3 weeks after our lovely day, our guest room is like a wedding exploded in it. And, that doesn’t include the gifts that are hanging out in the kitchen waiting for me to go through the cabinets to find homes for them. This weekend is going to be an honest to goodness cleaning fest.

I’m so hoping some future bride will want some of my wedding crap. It will seriously bum me out if I have to just throw it all out.

So, moral of the story…all your wedding stuff doesn’t just disappear at the end of the reception…it follows you home. 🙂 Although wouldn’t that be awesome if it did just disappear?

Post # 11
584 posts
Busy bee

Our living room was FULL of crap in months leading up to the wedding, and sadly for a couple of months after as well! I am slowly weeding through more and more stuff and getting rid of a little at a time (thank goodness for other people’s showers, where some decor can be repurposed!).

Post # 12
817 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2011


The one thing I’m looking forward to after the wedding is getting rid of all the wedding stuff!! I’ve already made my list for Craigslist of things to sell.

After the wedding I will actually be able to use free time to clean our house, too! I’m excited to clean? WTH?

Post # 13
5093 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2012

@pinkpaperbride:  …What were your colors and theme?  I might be willing to help you clean up some of those decorations.  And also because I’m still trying to find decor for ours.

Post # 14
1077 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

I’m dealing with my wedding hoarders problem right now so that my in-laws can make it to and from the guest bed when they stay tonight…and it’s been months.  I got rid of the stuff that was good-to-go for another bride (vases, my dress) as soon as we got back, but the piles of half-used crafting supplies that would be harder to sell and in theory could be used again by me still have no home.

True story…When the girl from craigslist came to get the vases, she saw our box of milk bottles that we needed to take back to the store for the deposit.  She thought we were selling them, and squeeled, “Oooh, I love those!”  We sold them to her for the cost of the deposit, and told her to take them back to the grocery to recoup her investment after the nuptuals.  I also gave her my magazine collection for free.

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