Hey there! We are back from our blogging break and also back to this uniquely styled shoot sponsored by ElopeNC. Several posts ago we shared a few of Wendy Jade Photography‘s photos taken in this cool, historic building in Warrenton, NC. You may want to skip back to see and read this post, A Quick See with More to Come.
Designer Meagan of Magnolia Collective created several different looks using our vintage blue & white, red & white, and floral plates. These were accompanied by our vintage goblets, silver-plate flatware, and assortment of colorful napkins with wooden napkin rings. Vintage decor also adorned the tables – books, teacups, wooden candleholders, and blue & white vases. Finally, you’ll also notice the small compotes filled with strawberries and berries – the perfect fresh touch to this colorful tablescape!
We had a great surprise in our email yesterday – the photo gallery from an Elope NC styled shoot that was only 2 days ago! Now that’s an amazing turnaround from Wendy Jade Photography!
The venue for the shoot was The Old Cotton Gin, a charming historic venue in Warrenton. The property includes three structures – The Old Cotton Gin, The Seed House, and The Franklin Street House. Be sure to check out this unique venue!
Organized by ElopeNC and planned by Meagan of Magnolia Collective, this styled shoot was fresh look on the classic red, white, and blue theme. Shown below are a few photos, with a focus on our vintage contributions, to give you a taste of what the day was like. We plan to followup on a few more next week!
We love sharing our vintage tableware for anything and everything! From over 200 guests to 4, we will provide our rentals for any size gathering. Today’s post is about the smaller, more intimate affairs that are elevated with the beauty of vintage. Photos were sent to us by our clients and we are so pleased to show you!
This first set of photos are from a post-Covid family reunion. Our client, Betsy, organized the table settings from afar and visited the shop days before to select the goblets. With her gorgeous arrangements and our vintage goblets and flatware, the tables were inviting for her family.
Every birthday is special but your mother’s 80th is a humongous milestone! Yvette even went further when she planned the celebration for her mother – family members came in from out-of-state to surprise the guest of honor. So sweet!
The third set of photos is from our winner of the Tea Party To Go contest. The guests had two reasons to celebrate – a birthday for the winner, Robin, and the end of chemo treatment for one of her guests. Every day is a good day to have tea, and this one certainly was.
Three wonderful events, three celebrations, and three ways to beautifully incorporate vintage.
Our vintage bold retro dinner plates, bright colored goblets, woven placemats, and teal napkins were key to Emily’s design; however, the potted plants, faux florals by Silk Stem Collective and Emily Ruth Print‘s table number added yet another original layer to the eclectic look.
Extra touches such as our vintage-styled cigar box, petite vintage green glass covered tray, and colorful vintage tins brought additional boldness. We absolutely adore Happily Desserted‘s multilayered cake on the dessert table with more of our vintage decor.
Bravo to all of the vendors who were part of this creative shoot! As displayed in the neon sign, “It’s you. It’s me. It’s us.” Words we all love to hear!
Oh, happy day for Taylor and Larry at The Parlour at Mann’s Chapel. Exquisitely designed and orchestrated by Whitney Davis and splendidly captured by Krystal Kast Photography, this blissfully blue wedding day is stunning in every way.
The first celebration for the couple following the ceremony is cocktail time. We love Cottage Lux’s totally chic bar stocked with our vintage goblets and coupes. Mingling with one in your hands has a wonderfully festive feel, don’t you think?
The combination of talent, wares, and time created this extraordinary wedding! Be sure to note the incredible team of vendors below along with their contributions. Thank you, Whitney and Krystal, for providing this listing and photos for everyone to share.
Congratulations, Taylor and Larry! Your blissfully blue wedding day will be fondly remembered by so many – guests and vendors alike. Wishing ya’ll the best of everything!
The Venue Team Design & Planning // @whitney_collective with @canddevents Photography // @krystalkast Venue // @theparlourchapel Catering // @hlcateringco Dessert // @sugareuphoria Florist // @hathawayfloraldesign Hair // @the_pretty_barette Makeup // @helloprettyyou Tabletop Rentals // @southernvintagetable2 Linen & Silverware Rentals // @ce_rental_raleigh Lounge, Pedestals & Bar Rentals // @cottageluxe Dress Alterations // @mariecordella Paper Goods // @empaper.co Music // @garrettharris122
Behold this cheery, natural tablescape! Designed by Maria of KaraMia Events and photographed by Alexandrea of Copper Key Photo, this tablescape instantly evokes joy and delight with the bright yellow accents, the vintage dusky goblets, blue & white plates, and candleholders.
Inspired by Limencello, the Italian lemon liqueur, Maria pulled together vintage pieces from Southern Vintage Table and added the furniture, chargers, linens, and flatware from DeeJay’s. Those gorgeous lemony bouquets are the work of talented Lisa of Fireside Farm. All of this took place at the Bill Scott Pavilion in Raleigh.
The dessert station was pretty spectacular! Our vintage yellow and blue vases are peerrrfect and that lemon cake by Taylor Street Sweets looks incredibly yummy. Ohhhh, wish we could have a slice right now!
Thank you, Maria, the Green Wedding Guild, and all of the “green” vendors for another successful challenge! Looking forward to the next one and we just may have to enter ourselves!
Folks contact us with many different requests – sometimes we set the entire table with our vintage tableware; other times it may be one particular vintage look. In this case, we provided vintage Independence Hall dinner plates for wedding guests at the gorgeous Duke Mansion in Charlotte. It was meant to be – they had 35 guests and we had 35 blue and white plates in the same pattern.
As you can see in the fabulous floral arrangements by Gather Flower Studio , the other primary color was orange. We love these two together! They needed a few pops of this vibrant color so planner Kelley Kohler of Haviland Events asked us to include a few decor pieces such as this vintage tin and clock.
Our delivery/pickup was actually a meetup in High Point so we didn’t get to see this historic venue in person, but these photos by Phylicia Willis Photography help us envision how beautiful the wedding was. Such a classic! Congratulations, Britt and Steve!
Vendors: Photography- @phylicia.willis Planning and Event Design- @havilandevents Venue- @dukemansion Floral Design- @gatherwithjess Videography -@timmyoungfilms DJ- @ceasefireprods Furniture Rentals- @evermoreeventco Paper goods- @bellevuecreativeco Linens- @partytables_linensanddrappery Vintage Blue & White China- @southernvintagetable2 Silverware- @thecollectionbycourtneyinghram Officiant- @torri_officiates MUA- @xbeyondbeautyllc
Two for one is always nice, right? Here’s what made our week – first, we provided rentals for a beautiful shot at Carolina Grove and worked with some of our favorite vendor friends in January; and second, the shoot was published this week in Wedding Chicks – “How to Incorporate Fine China Into Your Chic Microwedding”.
When Keys Events and Tierney Riggs Photography shared their design for this shoot at Carolina Grove, we knew instantly we wanted to be involved. Our vintage blue and white collection has grown over the last few years and we were excited that they wanted to include not only vintage place settings, but also decor pieces, including our two umbrella stands. With beautiful florals from The Foraged South, they certainly made a statement!
Our vintage china, goblets, silver-plate flatware, and napkins adorn each table as well as the runner and vintage glass candle holders. The sweet vignette of vintage suitcases in front of the sweetheart table has to be our favorite design element!
Thanks to all the folks who worked on this beautiful styled shoot!
The Vendor Team Photographer: @stephanie.albersephoto Planners: @weddingsbytiffany , @anna.m.brescia Venue: @carolinagroveweddings Dress: @gavinchristiansonbridal Cake: @cupcakesdamour Flowers: @prestonflowerscary (bouquet and boutonnière), Florals: @fauxreal_flowers Hair & make up: @stolochimakeuphair Officiant: @personalweddingsnc Rentals: @southernvintagetable2 Stationery: @oaksandgraypaper Bartender: @aglassabove_ Videographer: @jmajorsimagery Models: @melinated_mova
Our first wedding this year was for Nina and Mac at The Parlour at Mann’s Chapel. For their intimate wedding with their family and close friends, this vintage venue was ideal. Their tables were set with our vintage blue and white dinner plates and dusky blue goblets. Of course, we love love love this classic look!
These sneak peek photos by Timmester Photography captured their beautiful, fun-filled wedding day. We can’t wait to see more!
What a lovely review from Nina on WeddingWire! Thank you so much!
We rented assorted vintage blue & white dinner plates and goblets for our spring wedding. They added such a beautiful, elegant touch to the rustic farm tables at our outdoor reception. We received so many compliments from our guests and other vendors!! Shelly was always quick to respond, polite, and overall a lovely person to work with!