Greetings! One again, it's Christie from Hindsight Bride. Today I have some inspiration from one of my favorite trends: window pane decor. You know what they say: "One person's junk is another bride's rustic reception decor." OK, maybe that's not the *exact* saying, but it's totally relevant in this case. While I'm at it, I might tweak the expression further and say, "One person's junk is another Bride's eco-chic reception solution." Up-cycling windows for use as seating charts and menu signs is a great way to cut down on paper. It also add the most delightful rustic and vintage charm to any mountain wedding. window menus First Row: Braedon Photography via Snippet and Ink Second Row: Style and Sensibility | Heather Saunders via Love and Lavender Of course, we're talking weddings here, and not every little thing needs to be functional. Curate vintage windows as you would any other prop or decor element. Hang them everywhere. Hang window panes from a tree instead of chandeliers. Hang them behind your dessert table to add dimension and interest. Hang them in your photo booth or along long tables to create a cozy atmosphere. There are so many possibilities. How would you use vintage windows in your wedding? windows used as wedding reception decorations First Row: Dana Grant via Green Wedding Shoes Second Row: Ashley Rose Photography via Ruffled Blog