A dinosaur, Princess Lei, and Spiderman – oh my! We are excited to share photos from Erin and Dave’s whimsical, eclectic, and fun wedding, courtesy of photographer friend Carrie Hall.
A vintage typewriter with a message greeting the guests, a vintage record player as a cake stand, the vintage radio decked out with a dinosaur bride, and green train case all added a quirkiness that made this wedding at the historic Forest Hall at Chatham Mills so memorable for everyone.
The reception tables featured our vintage blue and white plates, clear goblets, and stainless flatware. With the flowing garland down the tables generously dotted with petite bouquets, Forest Hall was set for the celebratory feast.
Cheers to Erin and Dave! Thanks for giving us the opportunity to be a part of this unique and memorable day! May the force always be with you!
Monique, owner of Keys Events, had a truly special event to both plan and host – her mother’s 60th birthday! As the creative genius of her company, she knew all of the elements for a successful party and, with this one being so personal, she excitedly started planning.
The Parlour at Mann’s Chapel was the ideal venue for this intimate gathering. After its booking and during the months before the October date, invitations were customer designed, menu planned, tablescape chosen, florals contrived, and photos gathered. Enjoy these spectacular photos from Samuel Holt and please note the vendor list at the end of our post.
Monique designed the birthday dinner table with our vintage retro dinner plates, wooden salad bowls, and silver-plate flatware. Vintage brown, amber, and red goblets were the perfect complement to the season and florals. We absolutely adore the final look!
When the date arrived everything was ready – a welcoming sign, a charming display of photos, scrumptious cake on display, tables set with our retro place settings, gorgeous florals in place, candles lit, and food ready.
Family and friends arrived early for the surprise celebration and then Michelle, her husband, and mother arrived. The expressions on everyone’s face beautifully portrays this joyous, sweet moment!
Happy birthday, Michelle! Kudos to Keys Events for creating such a memorable evening for your family and friends!
We love a themed wedding and being a fan of the 70s, Hannah and Bobby’s vibrant wedding was big hit with us! Designed and planned by Chelsey Sanderson of Charlotte Fête and photographed by Amy Ellis Photography, this wedding was full of treasures from this decade. Our contribution to this festive occasion were our vintage colored goblets for cocktail hour and vintage coffee cups for the end of the evening. .
Normally we only feature photos of our vintage items, however; we knew you’d really enjoy seeing a few more of this hip reception. Kudos to designer/planner Chelsey Sanderson, photographer Amy Ellis, florist Narcisse Greenway Design, and the other vendors for their awesome work!
Congratulations, Hannah and Bobby! May your life tougher be as fun, colorful, and amazing as your wedding day!
As a vendor who delivers vintage tableware before and returns after the wedding, oftentimes we don’t get to witness the celebration firsthand. Thankfully, however, we do get to experience the weddings through shared photographs. When we opened up Abbie and David’s album and scanned through Autumn Harrison’s incredible photographs, we were struck by the immense joy, love, and happiness portrayed in these images.
The ceremony and celebration was held at a beautiful, working farm in northern Orange County, Windy Hill. The caretakers take immense pride in their land and myriad of animals and, as good stewards, they offer their place to folks who appreciate nature and farming as much as they do. This charming, historic, and authentic venue was exactly what Abbie and David were seeking when they decided to get married here.
We hope you enjoy this brief look at their happy wedding day, with some really pretty photos of our sweet wildflower stoneware and colored goblets. 🙂 As you will see, Abbie and David’s vision was creative, fun, and perfect for this lovely venue. Also, we couldn’t resist sharing an incredible photo of pies – lots of pies – baked by East Durham Pie. They look amazing!
Congratulations, Abbie and David, and best wishes for a blissful and joyful life together!
Abby, thank you so much for this wonderful review on Wedding Wire! We truly enjoyed being part of your wedding day and loved working with your vision!
Shelly will bring your vision to life & make your tables look incredible!
Shelly is amazing! She has so many options for plates, glasses, and everything in between— she is so helpful in making your vision come to life, even if you’re not quite sure what it is you’re looking for. She was incredibly dependable and great to work with, and the table scapes she created for us matched our wedding vibe PERFECTLY. She provided colorful goblets, flower plates, napkins, flatware, mugs, dessert plates, and it all was wonderful! We loved working with her 🙂
Yesterday’s mail brought some exciting news from Bess and Beau! The French Country shoot from last October was published on the Tulled, Laced and Ruffled blog and we certainly are not surprised. This shoot was full of beauty – the historic venue, the handcrafted paper flowers, the wonderful lounge set, the gorgeous floral arrangements, the vintage place settings, and two lovely models – and Stephanie Batten Photography captured it all!
We’re sharing just a smidgeon in today’s blog but you’ll definitely what to see the published article. Go see for yourself how photographer Stephanie Batten captured this French blue Bridal Brunch!
Large or small, a gathering of friends and family is always memorable. This event was especially so because the family’s first grandchild was coming to visit her grandparents! Of course, folks wanted to meet this sweet little girl so grandmother Sherry and aunt Ashley hosted a ‘greet and meet’ Evie party. With vintage tiered and cake stands filled with scrumptious desserts, tea cups ready for coffee, and vases filled with flowers, the hosts were ready to greet their guests!
And, here she is! Cutie-pie Evie perched on her grandmother’s lap. Notice that her pink outfit matches her grandmother’s hair! How cool is that?
If we were to select one wedding style that we love the most, it would have to be bohemian chic. With the inspiration of nature and relaxed atmosphere, boho chic sparks romantic vibes in every direction! These photos by Mary Kaitlin Photography of Emily and Abraham’s wedding at the Little Herb House beautifully capture the essence of this timeless style.
This mod, romantic wedding had all the ingredients that melded so well together – Emily’s flowing wedding gown, Abraham’s classic suit, the soft earthy tones of the bridesmaids’ dresses, the macrame altar hanging, and our vintage place settings with amber goblets on wood farm tables. Add to that the tranquil setting of the Little Herb House‘s converted horse barn and beautiful gardens, and the result is perfection!
Congratulations, Emily and Abraham, for creating such a memorable wedding celebration. Best wishes for everything beautiful, filled with love and joy!
Love is the most important thing in the world but baseball is pretty good – Yogi Berra
It was a beautiful June day – perfect for the artistic teacher and outdoorsy soon-to-be physical therapist to begin to their lives together as a married couple. College sweethearts, Jessica and Stephen, pledged their love for each other at the Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church with friends and family in attendance, then we all skipped over to the Rickhouse to celebrate with this sweet couple.
This love-filled day was captured by Photography by Bellagala and we are so pleased to share their photos with you. As a friend of the family, we happily set the reception tables and arranged the vintage dessert stands for donuts, the couple’s favorite treat, before joining in the festivities.
Jessica and future sister-in-law, Melanie, designed these lovely, colorful tables. Notice the three vintage table designs – one with gold embellished plates and brown goblets, a second with blue & white plates and amber goblets, and the third with white stoneware and green goblets. With the beautiful floral centerpieces by Color Fields Farm and our brass candleholders topped with clear votives, the tables sparkled!
Congratulations, Jessica and Stephen! Here’s to many joyful, fun adventures ahead!
When Stephanie contacted us, we invited her to visit our studio to “go shopping” for the vintage pieces she’d like to use. We love seeing how our vintage decor is sprinkled in these photos and are thrilled to share them with you!