Recently a new friend pointed me in the direction of something she thought I might enjoy: ReBash,’A different kind of wedding show‘. Alex & I are just getting to know each other in real life (isn’t it odd when you meet people you admire online?) but she already gets me. The ReBash Wedding Show is my type of show…. Think local, handcrafted, vintage and re-usable. You will begin to see a lot more wedding topics covered here on the blog including flowers, homemade feel, DIY’s and how to save money when wedding planning. In fact, I just shared our DIY hanging gem tutorial here.
Seriously, I couldn’t have come up with a more amazing combination of elements for my own wedding day. Who doesn’t hope to integrate these exact things into their special day? Personally, I am really looking forward to checking out this uniquely curated show that is happening on April 18th (10am-4pm) at 918 Bathurst Street (by Bathurst & Bloor). Such a refreshing change of pace compared to the Big Box wedding shows that frequently happen in Toronto where men in black suits are thrusting coupons towards you. This is so much more my vibe! Interested in creating your homemade wedding vibe? Get inspired by my Pinterest Board and head on out to the show if you live in Toronto or the GTA.
Check out ReBash’s website for full details about all the amazing vendors, details of the day and general awesomeness.
Some of my favourite details:
- 20% of ticket sales will be donated to the local charity Second Harvest
- 27 small businesses represented
- ReBash is encouraging the re-use of gently used decor (RRR!)
- Perfect show for the DIY minded couple
- It represents a shift away from traditional, big box weddings (the wedding industry in Canada is a 5 billion dollar industry!) and the expectations that come along with that type of event
Paper Parade Co.
I can’t wait to pick up a coffee, grab my sister and peruse the show on April 18th. I hope this marks a shift in perspective about weddings and personally can’t wait to be inspired.
Midnight Snack Co.
Note: All images from ReBash website. Used with permission.Pin It