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Finding great deals on new wedding gowns!

RecycleYourWedding.com has become well known for our wide selection of wedding gowns listed far below regular retial prices.  Did you know that a large percentage of those wedding gowns are new and unused?  One user in particular, LaDonna, has a large number of wedding gowns available that were leftover inventory from a bridal store in Georgia. 

“Well in all I (had) over 70 Dresses,” said LaDonna.  “What happened was a small bridal store got hit hard by the finance market and went under and the dresses are what’s left.  Most are brand new dresses still in bags from the makers and have never been tried on much less anything else.  I am just trying to sell what remains.  I am selling the dresses for about what I have in them and not making much-if-any profit, thats why they are so cheap!”

LaDonna hopes to help some lucky brides find the wedding dresses of their dreams for a great price!  I’ve included some of my favorites below, but be sure to check out all of her listings by clicking here

Looking for baby, maternity, and nursery items at a great price?  Be sure to check out RecycleYourNursery.com!

gown-1Mori Lee Wedding Dress size 18

 

 

 

 

 

gown-2Fairy Tale Princess Collection by PC Mary’s

 

 

 

 

gown-3Demetrious Wedding Gown Princess Line

 

 

 

 

 

gown-4Brand New Wedding Gown Mermaid Style

The Worst Best Man Ever

This video needs no explanation, and might be the funniest thing I’ve ever seen!  Of course, I’m happily married and won’t have to worry about this happening to me in the future…

If you have a funny wedding moment that you would like to share with all of us at RecycleYourWedding.com, feel free to email me at jeffwilliams@recycleyourwedding.com.  It might even be used in an upcoming promotion (with your permission of course)!

Be sure to check out www.recycleyournursery.com for all of your baby, nursery, and maternity/parenting needs!

Cool Ideas For Your Wedding

In exploring the blogosphere (which somehow must fall into my job description), I learned about a cool Jewish wedding custom called Yichud.  This is the explanation from I Now Pronounce Your Bride And Blog

Yichud: In marriage, Yichud is also part of the Ashkenazic Jewish wedding ceremony. The newly married couple publicly seclude themselves in a closed room for several minutes.

What a great way for the new bride and groom to get away from the crowd for a moment and catch their breath after the ceremony to reflect on what just happened.  Although I’m not Jewish, I wish I was aware of this custom when I got married a few years ago- I definitely would have worked it in to the day’s events.

There are so many cool wedding customs/traditions that a lot of us are not aware of.  If you have one of your own, please share it with the rest of us!

~Jeff

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RecycleYourNursery Joins The RecycleYourWedding Family

We are pleased to announce the creation of RecycleYourNursey.com, a sister site to RecycleYourWedding.com!  We’d like to thank all of our customers who have taken advantage of the great marketplace that has been built within RecycleYourWedding.com, and for those of you waiting patiently for RecycleYourNursery.com– well, it’s officially open for business!

It’s taken a couple of months to get everything up and running at RecycleYourNursery.com, and we are very happy with the result.  Since the clientele for each site is very specific, each site will remain a separate entity.   You will find that RecycleYourNursery.com is independant from RecycleYourWedding.com but features the same functionality and methodology that you’re used to.

As both sites are online communities built to help people save money AND recycle old or unused items, please tell your friends about RecycleYourNursery.com!  Your support and feedback has been tremendously motivating, and hearing your stories about saving money while remaining environmentally friendly are the highlights of our day.

Sign up at RecycleYourNursery.com today!  It’s an easy way to save money while saving the planet, one NURSERY at a time!