Shop for Your Wedding at the Supermarket\\nCheck out these surprisingly stylish low-cost reception and ceremony ideas\\nYou may be skeptical, but the average grocery store is full of clever, low-cost ceremony and reception ideas. (If you don't believe us, just ask the wedding planner sneaking around aisle five!). Take a look at what we found at [The Food Emporium](http://www.thefoodemporium.com/), [Pathmark](http://www.pathmark.com/), [Pavilions](http://www.pavilions.com/), [Stop & Shop](http://www.stopandshop.com/) and [Whole Foods Market](http://www.wholefoods.com/).\\n\\n__Dessert__\\n\\nSure, the in-store bakery cupcakes can be plain, but look what a difference it makes to add a few fresh berries.\\n__Ring Pillow__\\n\\nThe toy aisle is full of stuffed animals that cost about $6\\\\. Tie a ribbon around the neck and you've created a cute way to transport your wedding band.\\n__Bouquet__\\n\\nWe mixed three bunches of flowers, wrapped the stems with ribbons and—voila!—a bouquet for less than $40.\\n__Place Card__\\n\\nDon't overlook the produce aisle. With a construction paper tag, a pear makes a playful place card.\\n__Favor__\\n\\nA simple satin bow (the ribbon will set you back a whopping $3 per roll) turns a $5 jar of jelly into a sweet farewell treat.\\n__Centerpiece__\\n\\nWe found these pretty azalea plants ($26 for two) in the garden section, near a $10 basket that made them worthy table-toppers.\\n__Welcome Bag__\\n\\nGrocery stores obviously have goodies galore, plus playing cards, lottery tickets and more. We stuffed $13 worth of items into a $2 flower pot.\\n\\nTake a look at [celebrity wedding planner Colin Cowie's tips on how to save without sacrificing style](http://www.brides.com/package/colin_cowie/budget/article/192360/).