While I absolutely love Pinterest, I’ve always joked that it’s a good thing that it wasn’t around when I was planning my wedding because I would have wanted to do all the things!
When attending a wedding or rehearsal dinner I love seeing the couple’s personality and interests shine through as they incorporate fun details that are unique to their story. Do you love breakfast? Serve it at the rehearsal dinner! Enjoy making cookies together? Use it as a place setting.
Small details not only add personalization but also let your guests in on the special things you enjoy together as a couple.
The best part is that with a few DIY projects and a little creativity, planning a one-of-a-kind rehearsal dinner doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
Today I’m sharing 12 Cheap Rehearsal Dinner Ideas that are high on style and right on budget.
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12 Cheap Rehearsal Dinner Ideas
This rehearsal dinner idea is perfect for those couples who are obsessed with breakfast and brunch. Or a pair that really, really are down with a good pancake breakfast.
I love its casual feel and the use of all the different colors of glass and fresh flowers.
Pink Plates – Textured Glasses – Vintage Green Glass – Oversized Mason Jar Vase – Syrup Dispenser – While Milk Glass Vase – Name Card Holder – Pastel Cardstock – Pancake Mix
This rehearsal dinner party idea is ideal for your casual couple who loves a good backyard BBQ.
Class it up by using a linen tablecloth and napkins and make sure the backyard is decked to the nines with backyard lights and paper lanterns.
Buffalo Plaid Tablecloth – White Gold Rimmed Plates – Paper Lanterns – Champagne Goblets – Linen Napkins – Peony Silk Flowers
I love, love, love this idea for a rehearsal dinner! A pizza bar with all the flavors and toppings for your guests.
My favorite aspect of this rehearsal dinner is the BEST DAY EVER sign placed on every table.
Cookies, dessert or songs are a perfect way to bring the couple’s personalities to the dinner!
You can print them HUGE and display them in the entryway or print oodles of them and arrange them as a table runner.
They would even be a fabulous keepsake to pull out every anniversary!
Fill them with faux or real flowers and place a dowel in the jar/vases with photos glued on them!
It’s inexpensive, personal and can be so colorful and festive.
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