Vintage vases and bottles are an obvious yet versatile wedding décor. Their myriad of unique shapes, sizes and colors adds character. Made from non-rust materials such as silver, aluminum, ceramics, glass, brass, bronze and crystal give a classy and timeless look. Pieces can be chosen to depict historically significant moments or for their color, shape or material.
Buy- localbiketrader.com, Craigslist, Facebook Market, Etsy, eBay, Amazon
Buy- Etsy, Amazon, eBay, Facebook Market, Antique Malls, Craigslist
Rent- Switch, Haute Vault, Flaunt
Buy- Etsy, eBay, Amazon, Craigslist, Antique Malls
Music from your chosen era can be incorporated in many different ways. Choose music that reflects your intended tone of visuals to make your theme cohesive. There are subtle associations carried by specific tunes that can take people back in time. A juke box filled with 40's and 50's music, for example, would fit the era for both intended tone and visuals as they were very popular during this era.
The delicate and intricate art of calligraphy adds an intimate and personalized touch. Save the dates, invitations, place cards, seating charts, and menus are an obvious and effective way to use calligraphy. Or you can find unique ways to incorporate calligraphy such as an old mirror with a quote, poem or your names.
The Dish Bish
Get the "dish" on everything from event trends to venue tips to dishes. Samantha Bennett is an expert in vintage eclecticism and owner of Eclectic Elegance Dinnerware. Samantha uses an array of sources to create an artistic and cohesive design for events in Northern Michigan.