Organize your vintage wedding: good addresses

Organize your vintage wedding: good addresses

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Vintage? Yes, I want it ! It's decided, the decor of your wedding will be retro! Patinated furniture, antique china tableware, decorative objects with the charms of the past ... that's what you like, and I can only approve! But beware, imagining a vintage-themed decor can take you forever ... especially if you have challenged yourself to survey garage sales every weekend looking for all the rare pearls on your list. To give you a little boost, I have therefore prepared a small inventory of all the good addresses to consult for an organization at the top! Deco, furniture or dishes for rent, DIY to make, inspiration boards, follow the guide!

Addresses for renting old dishes

Who says vintage wedding, necessarily says granny's dishes! Plates and dessert plates, water and wine glasses, silver cutlery, decanters, mismatch, and the result is superb. Simple as pie you say to me, only if one has a sufficient enough stock to set the table for nearly 200 people… Unless you are an inveterate bargain hunter, the task promises to be difficult. So it's time to head to vintage tableware rental services! - Vintage tableware : On the Marine and Jérémy website, two flea market enthusiasts, find everything you need for your table: from plates to fruit bowls, including teapots, decanters, pie servers… Count 4.80 € per person for a "guest kit".
- Rosa's Attic : At Christelle too, all the dishes and accessories essential to a wedding table are at your disposal! On the price side, count 1.50 € for the brunch formula (5 pieces) and 3.50 € for the banquet formula (10 pieces) per person.

Addresses to rent your vintage decoration

After washing up, you have to go through retro furniture. Chests of drawers, buffets, chairs, tables, armchairs, mirrors, glass vials, bird cage… there are many decorative possibilities for creating small lounge areas, a photobooth, the dining area, the candy bar… To help you gather everything you want for D-Day, I have selected three furniture rental and vintage decor services for you. Take a look, it makes you want! - The Heather : Everything available in the La Bruyère online store is for rent! Add to that more than 200 chairs and 300 mismatched plates, zinc basins, brass candlesticks, etc, etc, you will succeed in your decor for sure! Most ? Florence can also hunt for coins at your request!
- Bohemian : Workbench, stepladder, letter boxes, jam jars, bottle case, Margaux and Baptiste, the founders of La Bohème, invite you to make your wedding wishlist. You can either select the pieces one by one or crack the packages. Once your basket is validated, your order is processed as soon as possible.
- O Bonheur des Dames : A chest of drawers> 62 €, a rattan armchair> 25 €, a small suitcase> 10 €. On the Anaïs rental site, it's easy to respect the decoration budget since all the prices are displayed. You just have to fill your basket!

Pinterest boards to follow for inspiration

Now that you have the right places to rent your vintage tableware and decor, it's time to find the prettiest inspirations to stage everything. Direction Pinterest, to find the best tables to follow! - Wedding // vintage : On this table created by Artis Event, more than 200 atmospheres for your wedding with retro decoration. Lemonade cart, candy buffet, table plans, floral arrangements… all in a 100% vintage spirit.
- Vintage Wedding - Vintage Wedding : To fill up on ideas for vintage furniture to adopt for D-Day and how to stage it, this is the table to follow! - The Barefoot Bride : Rustic wedding, industrial wedding, bohemian wedding, etc, etc, on the Nessa Buonomo Pinterest account (aka The Barefoot Bride), you are sure to find what you are looking for!

DIY vintage: blogs to leaf through

Skilled with your hands, you want to create by yourself some decorative elements for your retro wedding. This is a great initiative! If you're out of inspiration, don't panic, here are 2 blogs to consult to find the right idea! - A beautiful day : This superb French wedding blog has a section entirely dedicated to DIY. We choose a category, a level of difficulty, a duration, and the tutorials that match your criteria are displayed! My favourites ? An old terrestrial globe turned into a guest book and old cans transformed into night lights.
- Style Me Pretty : Here, all DIY are classified by categories: decoration, flowers, gifts, packaging ... All you have to do is click on the one that interests you! Regarding the retro tutorials, I let myself be seduced by the old bottles of wine transformed into candlesticks and the bronze jugs used as mini planters.
That's it, you have it all! All you have to do is get started in your retro wedding preparations! Last tip before you leave: add some family photos to the decor, they always have a little effect!