Brooklyn based wedding planner Jove Meyer created this amazing table scape featured in The Knot. Our vintage glassware + milk glass vases were included showing that vintage rentals can be the perfect compliment to modern weddings as well!
We are starting the week off with our ‘pretty in pink’ depression glass rentals. These pastel beauties have been very popular for bridal and baby showers! Desserts are aglow displayed on our vintage pink glass. Rent them here!
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What makes this work? The serene setting with sun peeping through the trees draws the eye in. Also, the light wood tables + chairs add a nice contrast to the greenery backdrop.
What details make a difference? Sweet chair adornments like above, black candles in assorted brass candle sticks and the flower arrangements are definitely the highlight. The use of berries and fruit add great texture to the tablescape.
Great to see the Bordeaux inspired bridal portrait shoot on La Mariee Aux Pieds Nus today here. It was so much fun styling this with rich wine colored peonies from Blooms by the Box and the most amazing piece form Fleur de Letters below. Life is too short to drink cheap wine, right? Full list of credits below.
We jumped at the chance when Viva Max Weddings asked us to showcase some vintage china, flatware + table top items at a Brooklyn Grange Farm photo shoot. We love the idea of a roof top urban farm and better yet, hosting a wedding there! This shoot was recently featured in Well Wed magazine, here are some of our favorite photos.
What makes this work? The sherbert toned chairs with white and matching peach flowers create balance. The deeper toned napkins and runner add a bit of drama and a great backdrop to showcase place settings.
What details make a difference? The natural edge of the white linen table cloth and the relaxed placement of the runner provides a more welcoming vibe juxtaposed to the formal chairs and grand wood table.