You don’t always have a huge budget to work with when planning a wedding, but that doesn’t mean you have to compromise. Your wedding can still have all sorts of stylish touches, and be environmentally friendly, too! By re-using items you already have, you can help cut down on waste. These 10 Wedding Upcycles are made from items you can find in your own home, or a local thrift store, and with a few steps can be made into beautiful decorations for your wedding. You don’t have to go far or spend big bucks for pretty wedding decor. Before tossing an old white sheet consider dying it to use as a tablecloth for a dessert or guest book table. Found on Pinterest via greenweddingshoes.com Up-cycle wine bottles as hanging vases for a rustic look with twine and bright florals. Found on Pinterest via eatdrinkchic.com Old doors can make for a unique wedding upcycle backdrop with a rustic feel. Found on Pinterest via weddingchicks.com With a little wood stain, wooden thread spools make classy place card holders. Found on Pinterest via yourcloudparade.com Old mirrors you can easily find at the thrift store make for a unique way to display the menu. Found on Pinterest via www.weddingchicks.com Bring new life to a glass doorknob and turn it into a bud vase. A few of these would make for a beautiful table centerpiece. Found on Pinterest via www.weddingchicks.com Give old jars and vases a new look with some peel and stick paper and some crafting spray paint. Found on Pinterest via botanicalpaperworks.com Dig out those embroidery hoops, or find some at a local thrift store. Decorate a plain wall or add texture for a photo background with these simple to make yarn wrapped embroidery hoops. This wedding upcycle can coordinate with any colour scheme depending on what yarn you choose. Found on Pinterest via stylemepretty.com Upcycle your wine bottles and turn them into elegant candle holders. Found on Pinterest via stylemepretty.com Paint a pallet with chalkboard paint to make a simple and stylish menu. Found on Pinterest via ruffledblog.com Like what you see on our blog? Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.