Vintage Rentals: Crates + Wood Boxes

Rent Crates Wood Boxes NYC

Our wood boxes and vintage crates are some of the inventory that rents most often!  Whether your events has a table that needs some height or an instant rustic feel renting vintage boxes and crates is your best bet.   This is one of our favorite ways to use our cheese boxes here!

Rent Crates Wood Boxes NYC

Rent Crates Wood Boxes NYC

Rent Crates Wood Boxes NYC

Rent Crates Wood Boxes NYC

Rent Crates Wood Boxes NYC

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Table Top Tuesday | 12

 Peaches and  Mint Photography

For installment twelve of Table Top Tuesday,  we are inspired by this elegant table scape by Rock Paper Scissors Events captured beautifully by Peaches & Mint Photography at our favorite vintage wedding venue in New York, The Metropolitan Building.

Peaches + Mint Photography

Peaches and  Mint Photography

 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.

Peaches and  Mint Photography

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.

Credits:  Via Style Me Pretty, Photography: Peaches & Mint Photography, Event & Floral Design: Rock Paper Scissors Events.

Table Top Tuesday | 11

Clayton Austin Photography

For installment eleven of Table Top Tuesday,  I am loving this neutral color story with black accents via Style Me Pretty.   Photographer Clayton Austin captured this table at all the right angles to fully appreciate the handiwork of Taylor Lord; her concrete candle holders create just enough drama among the greenery.

Clayton Austin Photography

What makes this work?  I love the twist of organic meets modern with concrete candle pillars + lucite chairs matched with yards of sprawling greenery.

Clayton Austin Photography

What details make a difference?  The smokey grey + black glassware and black velvet ribbon are the details that make this table top stand out.  The eucalyptus sprig is almost too pretty to untie from the ribbon!

Clayton Austin Photography

Credits:  Via Style Me Pretty, Photography: Clayton Austin, Floral Design: Without Wax Katy, Concrete Candle Pillars: Taylor Lord.

Top 7 Trophy Centerpiece Ideas

styled by mandy forlenza sticos  photo by jen trahan

I love a good trophy centerpiece.  As I grow our vintage collection, I love finding lots of options just like this little beauty above that I created.  Here are some of my favorite ideas for trophy centerpieces – enjoy! (above photo by Jen Trahan)

Khaki Bedford Photography

1. The Black + White Classic.  Chic and always in style, white blooms with touches of deep black + purple add a bit of elegance to this trophy. Via Style Me Pretty, Photographer: Khaki Bedford Photography, Floral Design: Jonica Moore, Vintage Props + Decor: Little Vintage Rentals

Josh Gruetzmacher | Snippet + Ink

2. The Collection.  Nothing makes a statement more than a small collection.  Grouping trophies + urns together is great way to convey a theme. Via Snippet & Ink, Photographer: Josh Gruetzmacher , Floral Design: The Bow Collective

 Silka.Trey  Ben Q Photography

3. The Pedestal Piece.  A tall leafy arrangement is perfect for flanking the aisle of a wedding.  The height and draping leaves make it a showstopper. Via Wed Society,  Photography:  Ben Q.

Jaclyn Journey  Whitney Neal

4. The Monochromatic.  Single color arrangements with a touch of greenery always make a statement.  This soft pink collection of garden roses sings a sweet song of romance.  Flowers:  Jaclyn Journey, Photography:  Whitney Neal

Lora Grady Photography

5. The Garden Party.  Light and loose blooms are a great contrast to a structured trophy and extra points for the weathered books which are an instant conversation starter among guests. Via Ruffled Blog, Photographer: Lora Grady Photography, Second Photographer: Alyssia B Photography, Floral Design: Botanique.

Ali Harper

6. The Grand Scale.  Sometimes a small floral piece just won’t do.  By pumping up the volume in size, this serves as an amazing entry way piece! Via Snippet and Ink, Photographer: Ali Harper, Design, Styling, Props: Blue Eyed Yonder, Floral Design: Lindsay Coletta DesignsType A Society

7. The Delicate Delight.  Light, loose+ airy blooms.  Nothing more than perfection. Via Type A Society

Table Top Tuesday | 10

By BellaGrace Studio & Whitney Neal Photography

For installment ten of Table Top Tuesday,  our intern Julia discovered this beautiful table set up.   Two magnificent photographers Josh Merideth of Bella Grace Studios and Whitney Neal of Whitney Neal Photography teamed up with Jaclyn Journey for styling + florals.  Such a unique way to use navy in any gathering!

What makes this work?  Navy blue linen, gold accents and soft touches of eucalyptus in the arrangement create a lovely color story.  The surrounding trees provide a wonderful backdrop!

By Bella Grace Studios & Whitney Neal Photography

What details make a difference?  The gold rim glassware and gold flatware against a dramatic navy linen is eye catching.  The dark compote which holds the delicate floral arrangement is a great contrast as well!

By Bella Grace Studios & Whitney Neal PhotographyBy Bella Grace Studios & Whitney Neal PhotographyCredits:  Via Ruffled Blog , Photography: Bella Grace Studios  & Whitney Neal Photography, Styling + Florals: Jaclyn Journey, Calligraphy: Rachel Fisher