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We got married on the beach in Jamaica almost a year ago and I'm finally ready to sell some of my favorite things from the wedding! I'm happy to ship (buyer pays shipping) or meet in the Atlanta area for pickup. Please only be in touch if you are a serious buyer, but I'm happy to answer any questions!  Happy Planning!


-"Irie" bag for any Jamaica brides!. We have 3 available for sale ($10 each). We used these for our OOT bags. We folded them up and tied them to raffia fans to be given to guests upon arrival. We included a "Jamaica survival kit" inside.


-OOT leftovers: 4 small bottles of "tropical dream" Calgon lotion ($2 each)

Room key card holders ($4 each for the plastic holder and wristband). We have 4 for sale.


Disposable Cameras - SOLD

5 KODAK Wedding Single Use Cameras in "Wedding Red" ($6 for each - would prefer to sell all as a set for $36). The pattern  is a rose pattern that is more pink than red - see picture). We put these on our tables and actually got a lot of great shots. These cameras are nice because they have a flash, so you end up with better quality than some disposables. We also put little stickers on the "reminding" people to use the flash - I think this helped a lot. - SOLD


“Polaroid†Camera ($50) SOLD

It is actually a Fujifilm Instax Wide but does the same thing as a Polaroid (and the film is affordable for the Fujifilm). We used it to create a photo guestbook at the reception and it is one of our favorite things from the wedding!




-15 flameless decorated and plain pillars ($2 each) - SOLD

-6 sets of 3 flameless pillar candles ($10 per set). These are really pretty and can sit out on their own. SOLD

-10 Flameless votives with holders ($1 each) - SOLD

-15 Flameless votives without holders (6 tall, 9 short) ($1 each) – These wonâ€t look great on their own – they should be decorated or used inside of lantern, holder, etc. - SOLD


-6 Burlap runners (10 feet long by 11 inches wide) ($10 each) - SOLD


-38 Wine cork place card holder with magnet to attach under runner so the wind can't knock them over. Also includes magnetic strip ($25 total)


-135 Place cards vintage style ($25 total)


-1 Box of red rose petals ($5)


-3 bags of red "decorative container filler." The beads/balls are a lightweight material and a pretty muted red color. They would be pretty in candle holders or spread out as part of table decor. One bag has been opened (not used, but opened) but the others are sealed ($12 for all three bags) - SOLD



-8 Green shamrock pomanders (kissing balls) ($5 each). (We got married on St. Patrick's Day, so this was our shout out to that - you can't tell they are shamrocks from afar though, they just look like green pomanders).


-8 shepherd hooks (approximately 19" tall in regards to item hanging. 29" total). ($2 each) - SOLD


-40 Raffia fans & 35 pieces of gold/orange sheer wire edge ribbon (approximately 2 feet each) ($40 total). (We used these to create our guest programs on chairs for the beach ceremony.) - SOLD



-12 Burlap bags (3x5 inches) ($10 total) - SOLD


-12 Lace bags (3x4 inches) ($10 total) - SOLD


-100 Plastic storage bags ($5 total) (We got married in Jamaica, so we gave out Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee as a favor. We bagged the beans ourselves and then put the coffee in the burlap and lace bags.) These are very cute for favors or as gift bags for bridal party gifts.


10 Small silver thank you tags ($5 total)



3 ivory hair flowers (bobby pin), never worn ($10) - SOLD


Long ivory wedding sash/belt with beading, never worn ($25)


-Wedding earrings and bracelet ($75)


-Shoes and purse ($30). Shoes are a 7.5. They have been lightly worn (I wore at our wedding) but are in excellent condition. I found these to be perfect for our beach ceremony - pretty AND I didn't have to worry about tripping on heels in the sand!

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Sorry - the polaroid/fujifilm camera has been sold. I got it online for around $70-75. It looks like Office Depot sells one as well as Urban Outfitters. Good luck! I really loved doing it and thing the guests enjoyed it as well. Let me know if you have any other questions.

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To clarify, the item hangs at around 19 inches. The TOTAL height of the shepherd hook (including what goes into the ground) is about 30 inches. The sale of these is pending at the moment, but I can get you an estimate for shipping if it doesn't work out. Thanks!

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