Congrats on your recent wedding. No, seriously. Congrats. You made it through keeping your mother-in-law happy, wedding vendors, and bridesmaids drama and now you're happily married. Pat yourself on the back.
We're excited that you're interested in selling your wedding items with us. We both had tons of left over, gently used decor from our weddings. And while our newly engaged cousins certainly lucked out from snagging our 200 votive holders, it left us that much money in the hole. But you're in better luck!
The CLT WEDDING FLEA is your opportunity to sell your wedding decor back to not only recoup some of your money, but to make another bride's wedding that much more beautiful. We'll provide you with a table and two chairs-- and the rest is up to you. You decide your pricing, you decide your payment methods and you decide how you want to set up. You'll pay $40.00 to reserve your table, but keep 100% of your profits. Our last sale had over 500 brides in attendance-- so you'll have a large audience to sell you items to and won't have to drive all around town to make sales like you would on Craigslist or Facebook buying/selling groups.
To reserve your table, register and pay in advance by clicking here ans selecting SELLER TICKETS. Space is limited and tables must be reserved by January 10. Once you have reserved your table, we will follow up via email with more specifics. Tables are nonrefundable. Please note that tables sold out several weeks before our last sale, so book your table quickly.
Sellers should plan to arrive by 8:30 to set up their tables. The sale begins at 10:00 AM on January 26, 2018 at the Project 658 Building (3646 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC)
Ideas for items to sell:
Wedding dresses (please note, while we welcome selling wedding dresses, these are a difficult item to sell and aren't a popular sale item. We recomend having additional decor items to sell)
Bridal shower decor
Bachelorette party decor (but keep it clean, our moms are coming!)
Ring bearer pillows
Extra thank you notes
Place card holders