Show off your keepsake wedding items in a display box that’s so pretty you’ll be happy to have it on display in your home. Keep your wedding treasures together in one box that you can keep close at hand and in view.
After Gloria’s wedding, she opted for a pretty glass display case with brass trim to hold some of her favorite, special wedding accessories.
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Rather than storing these wedding keepsakes away, putting them in display in a case is a great idea. Gloria and Georges got married in December 2019 and this post has been on our list since shortly after that. I’ve procrastinated, but it’s one that we think you’ll enjoy if you have a wedding on the horizon or if you’re looking for ideas to display some of your treasured wedding accessories.
Wedding Keepsake Display Case
You can find these display cases reasonably priced at most home stores, like Home Goods or TJMaxx. Amazon also has a selection of them. I’ve linked some at the bottom of this post that would be lovely to use.
Gloria chose to include her veil, a decorative hair comb, a ribbon from her bouquet, her grandmother’s wedding band that was attached to her bouquet, a monogrammed handkerchief, her garter, and the pearl earrings she wore.
If you have an expensive veil, we don’t recommend storing it this way-it probably needs to be professionally preserved. Gloria’s veil was in keeping with her other budget friendly wedding items, so storing it this way works for her.
The veil serves as a nice pillow like item for the other items to be placed upon. If you aren’t using your veil, the box could be filled with any sheer fabric.
The monogrammed handkerchief served as her “something blue” for the wedding. I love the delicate scalloped edge of the handkerchief.
For wedding colors, Gloria and Georges chose to use lots of blush and rose gold. The hair piece is a lovely rose gold feather.
Gloria created her own bouquet and it was stunning! She purchased the ribbon from Amazon.
She describes the ribbon as amazing. It’s a handmade chiffon silk-like ribbon (affiliate). She included a piece of it in her keepsake box.
Putting all of these pieces together in a pretty display box means that she can catch a glimpse of them daily. She keeps the box on their dresser in their bedroom.
Etsy shops were Gloria’s go to for many of her wedding accessories. She was looking for items that wouldn’t break the bank. She found lots of wonderful shops and she recommends these to you if you’re looking for budget friendly, beautiful wedding accessories. These aren’t affiliate links, just shops that she found to have lovely items at reasonable prices.
The lovely monogrammed handkerchief was created by Hancock’s Embroidery and Craftworks.
She also found a small box to match the larger one that holds the tie clip and cuff links that Georges wore for their wedding. The pieces are placed on top of the modesty panel that she didn’t have sewn into her gown.
I think this is such a lovely way to display these special wedding accessories rather than storing them out of sight.
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