One of our major goals as we plan our wedding is to reduce as much excess waste as possible by recycling, reselling or sharing as many extraneous items from the day. Now there are sites devoted to helping us do just that. One new site on the block which aims to help facilitate bridal re-sales of gently used wares is BravoBride.

What I love about BravoBride how it allows you to give back. When you shop at BravoBride, you’re passing along items you no longer need to someone who will one day do the same. Its the ultimate Bridal Karma…. both Earth-friendly and economical. You’re also making a stand for women’s health when you buy and sell on BravoBride, since they donate a portion of all proceeds to the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Foundation.

The site is easy to navigate, and they’ve got nice search features to make it easy to locate what you need, be it a dress, favors, decor, and more. If you’re selling, they make it very easy to list and track your items, with no listing or commission fees involved.

I found some real lovelies on there… from bigger ticket items like Vera Wang, Pronovias and Reem Acra gowns or huge sparkly diamond rings to smaller necessities at a discount, like flower girl baskets, chair sashes and aisle runners. They even resell wedding planning books – Its a one-stop-shop!

Check out some of the goods:

A Tux for $75 will make you holler!

$750 for this Demetrios stunner? Pinch me.

Holy fierce $40 Bolero!

So before you buy new, or toss that perfectly good wedding item, head on over to BravoBride to see if you can increase your Bridal Karma, and make some other lucky bride a very happy girl.


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1 Response to “BravoBride – Let Your Wedding Live On After The Big Day”

  1. Blablover5

    You reminded me that I really need to do something with my veil.I don't know if I can get up the gumption to sell the thing on a fancy website.