We have heard more than once that a venue doesn’t NEED vintage rentals and although that may very well be true; you may WANT to incorporate vintage rentals. See below for our tips on how infuse your personality into your “traditional” venue. Thank you to Michelle Lange Photography and Ava Flora for their talent.
Embrace a vintage lounge area. During cocktail hour, it is nice to create a little vignette for your guests to relax and mingle or use for the perfect prop for bride and groom or bridal party portraits. We have a variety of upholstered vintage furniture in your color palette and wedding style to fit any venue.
Wow your guests with a beautiful welcome. As your guests arrive to your venue, set the tone with an elegant guestbook, welcome drink station, or program display.
Mix in farm tables. Although the venue provided round tables for their guests, Danielle and Nick choose to include four farm tables to make their head table extra special. Danielle wanted their head table to feel cozy and just like family “gathered around the table for Sunday dinner”. We love how everything worked seamlessly together and how they made the space their own down to the ivory and gold upholstered chairs for the bride and groom.
For more gorgeous images from this wedding, visit the feature on Style Me Pretty here and for a full list of all the talented professionals involved.