What a beautiful vista – on the rooftop at the Durham Hotel! Meg and Peter chose this unique setting for their April wedding and what a lovely view on this memorable day!
With these gorgeous photos taken by Jo Lindsay Co., we get to experience this special day. After the outdoor wedding ceremony, the guests enjoyed their meal with our vintage plates and green goblets. The florals and greenery by Bowerbird Flowers beautifully enhanced their fresh green vision.
Meg and Peter exude happiness in this classic cake photo! Seeing these yummy creations by Durham’s Mad Hatter Bakery on our vintage cake stands make us very happy, too!
Meg and Peter, best wishes for a lifetime of happiness together! We sincerely appreciate being a part of your wedding team and especially enjoyed meeting you two. Bravo for a beautiful, fun day!
Speaking of happiness, we love your wonderful review on Wedding Wire of our vintage wares and services! Merci!
Amazing & Unique Wedding Vendor!! Southern Vintage was absolutely amazing, I can’t say enough good things about them! Every item we rented from them was perfect and all our guests could not stop talking about how unique and gorgeous how it all looked together. We rented plates, cups and cake stands and each item added such a perfect level of details (and at such a reasonable cost!)
I loved everything so much that I would love to find another reason to rent stuff from them again 🙂
“Locally Grown,” may be the most darling theme ever for a baby shower, especially since Caroline and her husband are local farmers. Sponsored by her sister, this happy celebration featured many nods to the theme and we loved every detail.
Christina, the host, visited our studio and started her first table design with our vintage cabbage dishes. Since these were limited in number, plates featuring greens were added along with small green glass berry bowls and green goblets. The final look was like a fresh garden!
A second table design featured pinks and greens. Vintage plates with green details, pink goblets, and pink berry bowls completed the look. The two tables complemented each other so nicely!
As an activity, a representative from the Honeysuckle Tea House entertained guests with a tea tasting. Doesn’t it look fun? And, of course, this became an opportunity for another adorable phrase – “Baby is Brewing” tea cups.
Congratulations, Caroline and husband; your little pumpkin’ will be adored!
PS – Thanks, Christina, for sharing these wonderful photos!
Today we travel to Union Valley Farm & Vineyard located in Whiteville, NC to delight in the heavenly wedding of Dallas and Eddie. Courtesy of Jenna Corley Photography, you will see that every detail down to the perfect row of waterfall-folded napkins was thoughtfully designed with the help of planner, Peyton J Events. Our vintage blue and white china, silver-plated flatware, and clear goblets look flawless and we can only imagine how their guests must have felt as they entered the room.
On a side note, when Dallas and Eddie visited us at the studio, they decided that they wanted the tablescape design to be more intentional than random. To help with the setting of the plates, we packed the crates two-by-two with the same pattern so the plate across the table would be the same.
Bravo, Dallas and Eddie! Your impeccable, fun wedding day will be fondly remembered by your family and friends. Best wishes for an amazing journey together!
Theirs was our first wedding of 2023 and, seeing Nicole and Mike’s photos, courtesy of Booth Creative, brings us such fond memories. These two, perfectly matched, celebrated their wedding day in grand fashion at the Wrightsville Manor in Wilmington.
Our vintage blue and white china was chosen by the couple to don their reception tables. Along with the blue napkins and stunning florals by Design Perfection, their final look was quietly majestic.
Congratulations, Nicole and Mike! Best wishes for a wondrous life together!
Tea for two and two in love – Aoi and Travis – were married earlier this year in Clemmons, NC at the historic Providence Manor House. Featured in their lovely wedding was a traditional tea ceremony. Two teas, representing both families, were poured into a small teacup from which both sipped. This gesture “symbolize(s) harmony, purity and respect” as the couple embrace and join their new families. We love this tradition! (Tree Trunk)
Historic venues, such as Providence Manor, are a beautiful complement to our vintage collections. As you see in these romantic photographs courtesy of Amanda Sutton Photography, the couple selected our vintage place settings, including floral plates, gold-plated flatware, and colored goblets, for their reception tables. The personally designed centerpieces featured our handcrafted dried bottled bouquets, candleholders, and vintage pink votive holder. The vintage dresser mirrors and brass frames with the table numbers completed their vintage-inspired design.
Best wishes to you two, Aoi and Travis! We truly enjoyed meeting you and your family and wish you everything wonderful in your new lives together.
The day was perfect – a gorgeous day at a working farm in rural Orange County, a host of family and friends, an amazing red barn, and two exceptional women in love. Jess and Dean, with the guidance of their planner, Beauty and the Budget, had every detail carefully planned.
We provided our lovely vintage pink and clear goblets, vintage china featuring gold rims, blue and white plates, silver-plate flatware, and bread baskets. The dessert table also featured brightly colored glass vintage cake plates and dessert plates.
Congratulations, Dean and Jess! We wish you the best of everything and loved being part of your celebration!
Although we could not personally attend, Brenda, owner of the Carriage House of Chapel Hill, visited our studio and we created several designs for the honored visitors. Of course, we adore these looks and hope the visitors thought so as well!
Thanks, Brenda, for the invitation to be a part of your venue showcase! Looking forward to returning to your gorgeous space!
When we saw Arsalan Abbasi’sphotos of Max and Ashleigh’s wedding, we truly experienced the joy and happiness of this beautiful day. Held at Windy Hill Farm in Cedar Grove, with their ceremony under the trees, the reception table filled with vintage wildflower stoneware, amber goblets, and mixed napkin patterns, and a jaunt with the adorable baby goats, this day’s memories will be treasured for many days to come.
Congratulations, Ashleigh and Max! We were honored to help with your wonderful wedding day and send wishes for an amazing life together!
When Kelsey and Ben’s wedding day arrived, it was raining. The Carriage House has an awesome open barn but much of the festivities were to be held outside, including the ceremony. When we finished setting the tables with our vintage blue and white plates, blue goblets, and silver-plate flatware, it was still raining and arrangements were being made to move everything inside.
Of course, after this decision was made, the sky opened up just in time.
The tables looked fabulous, but the dessert and coffee tables were showstoppers! The cake table, covered with the bride’s grandmother’s lace overlay, presents these beautiful cakes that were made by the bride’s aunt. Placed on our cake stands, don’t they look delicious?
Congratulations, Kelsey and Ben, and best wishes! Everything turned out wonderfully and we always thought a rainy wedding day will create lasting memories. But, it also means good luck in your marriage.
“…a knot that becomes wet is extremely hard to untie – therefore, when you “tie the knot” on a rainy day, your marriage is supposedly just as hard to unravel!” How terrific is that!
It was a big day for Leah! Graduating from UNC with her Master’s Degree and hosting a family celebration at The Honeysuckle Tea House in Chapel Hill were two memory-filled occasions.
Honoring her alma mater, the table settings were styled with light blue vintage china and goblets. Their runner looks fabulous under our vintage milk glass vases filled with blue hydrangenas, flanked by our vintage votive holders. We were so excited to have our vintage milk glass salad plates make their debut, coordinately beautifully with the vases.
Bravo, Leah and family! A UNC-CH master’s degree is an achievement worthy of celebrating over and over! Thank you for sharing your photos and, of course, for using our services.