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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You'll want a bookstore photo session after seeing this retro wedding inspiration

This ultra stylish, 1950s-themed wedding inspiration got us right in the bookish feels. The bookstore backdrop is tickling our geeky hearts. I'm loving the aesthetic of myriad piles of books, shelves receding into the distance, and old wood from floor to ceiling. I wish we had scratch-n-sniff technology for the book smell! Plus, it's totally a stealable idea for your own engagement shoot or wedding portraits.

Favor idea o' the day: mini original artwork favors!

Rachel has a PhD in neuroscience but makes her living as an abstract artist. She and partner Deryck wanted a natural, woodsy feel to their wedding and included board games like Cards Against Humanity.

But my favorite part of the day was their favors. Each guest could take an original piece of abstract art created by the pair! Now that's a favor to cherish.

No cake? No prob! Pull a "Lady and the Tramp" for your alternative cake cutting photos

If you're opting for a non-cake alternative for your wedding dessert, you might be thinking, "but how will we do a cake-cutting photo?!" Fear not, there are awesome options. Pull a Lady and the Tramp-style move (you know, sharing the spaghetti?) and eat from both ends of a donut, like Sadie and Devin did at their adorable brewery wedding. Alternately, duo-bite into a cupcake, a slice of pizza, a big ol' hot dog… whatever your nosh of choice may be.