MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE.
share your wedding
Make weddings affordable for couples everywhere by sharing your wedding decor with them. Plus, you'll recoup the costs from your big day. Win-Win.
free to list
When you share a wedding, you are renting out wedding decorations you own as a package to someone who is planning a wedding.
In doing so, you become an active participant in the shared wedding economy, which we hope will reduce the volume of event waste that winds up in landfills.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE sharing
YOUR WEDDING DECOR
All transactions are cashless to simplify the payment process, reducing the need to have cash on hand, and diminishing any concerns about how to manage payments and security deposits.
Create a wedding package and list it online for free. When a package rents out, we charge a 17% service fee and the rest is yours to keep.
Plus, you’re in full control of your wedding decor, rental rules, pricing, and more.
IT'S FREE TO LIST A WEDDING
IT'S FREE TO LIST
You've celebrated your dream wedding. Now what? Instead of trying to sell off your decorations, piece-by-piece, recoup the costs of your wedding by sharing and make someone else's dreams come true.
how you share
Maintain full control of pricing, rental frequency, and everything in between.
when you want
There’s no minimum or mandatory duration you have to share your packages for or the number of times you have to rent your décor out. The online booking tool makes it easy for you to block off dates when your package is unavailable or remove your posting at any time.
4 STEP PROCESS
how sharing works
These helpful downloads are here to help you reduce the risk of rental disputes, and put your mind at ease when you're sharing your décor with some very deserving couples.
INVENTORY LIST & REPLACEMENT VALUES
This template helps you protect what's yours and avoid any issues in the unlikely event that items come back damaged, or don't come back at all. Fill it out and send us a copy.
RENTAL INSPECTION REPORT
This template holds both parties accountable to the state of items being rented. Use it at the start and end of a rental period to account for any damaged, lost or destroyed items.