A macrame wedding backdrop is the BEST way to reuse wedding decor

Macrame wall hangings are the hottest shit in home decor right now and you can harness their boho-meets-'70s vibe for your wedding, too. After the ceremony, hang it up behind your sweetheart table. Then wrap it up and hang it on your wall at home. No wasted money AND a new killer wall hanging!

I skulked around looking for some of my favorites in a macrame wedding backdrop and found some doozies. Ready your mouse clicking trigger finger to snag one of these bad boys…

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Balloons and gold glitter at this vintage chic Portland wedding

aren and Joel's vintage chic Portland wedding was seriously beautiful. Think tons of flora and fauna with cats, polka dots, gold, blue, mint, and peach colors everywhere. Their cat, George, was present in spirit — he was on the invitations, the program, on a custom pocket square for Joel, and in their vows. Yay for fellow cat people! Don't miss the hand-dyed table linens, gold glitter vases, paper garland, and gold animal place cards.

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Sweet and subtle shine at this gorgeous backyard wedding

Samantha and Steven tied the knot at their gorgeous backyard wedding at Steven's childhood home, complete with a cozy lounge out in the field and a barn and pretty foliage everywhere… and SIGH. There were vintage details, family heirlooms, and even an old skool Polaroid camera in play. Sweet part incoming: they took a few minutes out of their morning to share and read letters from each other before walking down the aisle.

Don't miss Samantha's boho chic two-piece dress that was hand-embroidered by a family friend.

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Feast your eyes on this gorgeous desert boho wedding

This pair had their desert boho wedding at The Historic 5th Street School, the school that the groom's grandfather attended during The Great Depression. Don't miss the wooden silhouette of Red Rock ceremony backdrop, the hand-sculpted cake toppers, Filipino meets Irish traditions, gorgeous party space, anime references, "President" and "VP" Flower girls, and really solid advice from the bride. This is a must-see.