Planning a bridal or baby shower? The DIY Tea Party package will give you all of the decor needed for a memorable event.
Guests will enjoy an array of mismatched vintage floral china teacups and saucers, sugar bowls, creamers, your choice of 3 servers and 8 floral vessels.
Don’t have the time to set it up? Our styled tea party package could be right for you.
Check out the tea party package in more detail HERE and get in touch for availability.
Photos by Leeyen Photography, Fallon Chan + Fiona Melder
What do you get the gal who notably has everything, especially after an extensive bridal shower registry? Here are some of my favorites. Get your shop on! Above: For cold feet – Madewell
Hostess dreams: Lost in Linen | Words to live by: Pinegate Road
Scented perfection: Riles and Co. | Hand dyed goodness: Natalie As Is
Lightweight tunic: UziNYC | Monthly stress reliever: Glassful
Say it with jewelry: Confetti By Annette | Fine art wedding mag: Geraldine
Still not sure what to buy? Then RENT some fabulous table top decor with us for the wedding or bridal shower! Happy Holidays!
A while back the ladies at Private Receptions asked us to participate in a 1920s style shoot. The outcome was a violet dream featuring lots of our mixed floral vintage china, flatware, glassware, books, doilies and even vintage handkerchiefs. Thank you Well Wed Magazine for showcasing this beautiful photo shoot!
Photography: Moss + Isaac | Floral Design: Violet and Verde | Cake: Cake Alchemy | Stationery: A&P Designs | Catering: Saucy by Nature | Dresses: Angelique Bridal | Feather Dress: Nearly Newlywed | Headpieces: Hushed Commotion | Planning & Coordination: Private Receptions, Inc. | Rentals: Little Vintage Rentals | Venue: The Green Building
Vintage china rentals is the heart of Little Vintage Rentals. I fell in love with the small mixed patterns long ago and it continues to be one of my favorite products to source and rent. Our vintage china gives a unique personality to each place setting for guests + offers picture worthy moments on every square inch of the tables. Here is some of our product looking oh-so-lovely at our Mod Tea shoot a few months with photographer Fiona Melder.
Kate Spade‘s Spring 2015 RTW collection is a fresh + modern take on party dresses perfectly suited for a fashionable garden party. Perhaps I am biased, but I could see some vintage floral china on the table of that party as well!
Show stopping accessory? The green purse shaped like a watering can. Happy Fashion Week!
Clothing + Accessories: Kate Spade, Photos by Fernando Colon via The Cut / New York Magazine
Our vintage mismatched china + table top wares were featured in Elle Magazine!
Tocca designer Emma Fletcher hosted a fashionable tea party in her Brooklyn home which was styled by Beth Flatley and photographed by Christian Harder.
Little Vintage Rentals was honored to be included!
It’s been a while since I styled a photo shoot that focused completely on my rental inventory and this one was worth every minute of planning! Fiona Melder captured these lovely images and many more; can’t wait to share soon!
This lovely table top photo shoot happened one snowy Winter day in Queens with a small yet talented team. I am featuring some of my favorite photographs from Marietta Leung but a wonderful post can also be seen on Burnett’s Boards today! This shoot was inspired by three new invitation suites from Jackie Mangiolino of Sincerely, Jackie, brought to life with blooms by Kristen Macaulay of Sugar Magnolias, calligraphy by Everly Calligraphy and hosted by the regal Poppenhusen Institute. I had the pleasure of fully styling the first two segments and helped a bit on the third.
For the first segment, an all white backdrop with classic silver accents sets the tone for a black tie worthy invitation suite printed in traditionally elegant black letterpress; Grace.
The next segment for the Fete invitation suite boasts a mint, peach, pink and gold color palette inspired by the playful invitation with gold engraved lettering adorned with gold confetti accents.
Last but not least, Jackie styled the Elegant invitation suite and selected some beautiful rich tones. I helped style a bit with the sweet treats!
There is something about the month of March and the first sunny day bordering on fifty degrees that makes me think of hyacinths. These pale pink hyacinths are the start of a great color story for a wedding, bridal shower or even baby shower for a little girl. Happy almost Spring!
Hyacinth: Varpunen Dress via Wedding Chicks photography by Branco Prata