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It's no secret that can be a bride's best friend — you can find almost ANYTHING you can dream up for your wedding. And now sifting through all of Etsy to find the truely offbeat wedding goods just got a LOT easier thanks to Wedeclectic.

Inspired by Offbeat Bride (but not affiliated with us), Wedeclectic is a collection of artisans offering you a wide array of original handmade and unique vintage items for your wedding…

All of the products found through Wedeclectic are either handmade or vintage and every member was chosen because of their out of the box thinking when it comes to their wedding collections. And I must commend them on their variety — Japanese hair ornaments, wire sculpture cake toppers, vintage dresses, edible butterflies, to the hot colored crinoline picture above — their store has it all!

Along with their ever-growing store, Wedeclectic also features a blog and host giveaways from some of their favorite Etsy sellers. In fact, one lucky winner will receive a package of one-of-a-kind wedding items provided by many of the team members; more details here.

Basically this site is going to become your favorite watering hole for internet shopping. And it's brand new, so it's only going to grow bigger and better as more and more creative Estians join up. So head over there now and see what you can find!

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Comments on We love Wedeclectic… and so will you!

  1. I love and endorse Etsy with all my heart. I purchased my wedding dress from Etsy; a genuine 1950s dress that was made by angels for a steal at $50. I can’t wait to wear it on my big day.

    • I love Etsy too! It’s great for finding one of a kind pieces of art work, I use it often to buy for my clients. Great post.

  2. those edible butterflies are pure GENIUS. so much more affordable than having them made from fondant, too.

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