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**Updated as of April 18th, 9:00pm, all items listed are available, sold items have been removed.**

 

Hi all you BDW'ers!

 

 

 

I finally got the time to take inventory of what stuff I have from the wedding and what I need to sell.  My husband keeps threatening me to get it out of the bedroom corner... haha!  For anything you would like to know more about, please send me a PM for pictures or just more info, There are so many things here it would really clog up the forum to add pictures of everything!

 

 

 

All of my prices are in USD.

 

 

 

Davidâ€s Bridal wedding dress – bought it from someone else but it has never been worn, and the tags are still attached.  It is a size 10, very small train, Ivory in color.  Loved the dress but I found something that looked almost like my ceremony dress to use for my TTD instead. -$100

 

28 orange chair sashes, with a very slight metallic sheen if looked at up close otherwise not even noticeable (can send pics of my ceremony if desired) - $25

 

14 real starfish, 3"-4" - $10  - spoken for at the moment

 

8 hot pink 10" paper lanterns - $8  - spoken for at the moment

 

10 orange 14" paper lanterns - $10

 

"Destination Wedding for Dummies" book - $8

 

23 small starfish charms - $9 - spoken for at the moment

 

5 badge holders (great for carryall keychain) - $3

 

11 luggage tag holders without loops - $5

 

49 luggage tag loops - $7

 

9 individual size Shout wipes - $4

 

7 Advil liqui-gels, 2-pack size - $3

 

24 SPF33 sunscreen, 140ml (basically full-size tube) - $16 - spoken for at the moment

 

4 packs of iron-on individual rhinestones (each pack has 198 rhinestones) - $5 each or all for $18

 

1 "groomsman" iron-on transfer (white, velvet to the touch) - $6

 

1 pack of corsage pins, pearl tip, 48 pcs. in a pack (useful if making own bouquets) - $2

 

favor boxes - 1 box of 10pcs wedding dress shape; 1 box of 10pcs tux shape; 1 box of 10 pcs box with bells; $1 each

 

As well, we have a menâ€s XL “Body Glove†wetsuit here that we forgot to take with us when we left, and my husband says he will not use now.  It is still new with tags, is just above the elbow and to the knee.  Would let this go for about $50, so make me an offer! J

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Congrats on being a MRS!! Do you mind sending me a picture of the sashes and starfish charms? Let me know if you can not pm it. Also do you know the size measurements for the wetsuit? My FI is pretty tall so I am worry an XL might be too small. 

 

Thanks

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I am interested in:

17 miniature SPF30 sunscreens - $9

 

 

 

2 iron-on bridal rhinestone decals: "I Do" and "Property of the Groom" - $1 each

9 individual size Shout wipes - $4

How much would shipping be to BC, Canada- postal code V2M5S6

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I'm interested in the turquiose tablel runners and the white and teal paper lanterns?  Do you have pictures?  Do the lanterns come with the electrical cords?

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I am interested in the full size sun screen- Mr and Mrs luggage tags -I do and property of groom 60548 zip code..  Do you take paypal?

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Hey ladies!

 

SO I sent out some PM's earlier this week to those who emailed me with interest in items first.  I haven't heard back from any of you except for one, and since there has still been interest in the items I will hold items for those I have sent PM's until Wednesday, March 30.  If I haven't heard from you by then, I will start sending out a second round of PM's.  If you sent me a message, I have it! :)  You will hear from me by Thursday evening if items you were interested in become available :)

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