Vintage Brass Vase Rentals

brass vessels for rent. photo by ryan muir

A client favorite, both bride and florist alike, are our vintage brass vessels / vases.  Renting these vintage beauties is the perfect way to polish off your DIY flowers, like pictured here at The Strand NY.

Florists use our brass vases with all types of floral arrangements as well.  They offer the vintage loving bride a wonderful accent piece on dinner tables or even the dessert display.rent vintage cake stands - photo by ryan muir

If you’re looking to rent vintage items in Westchester, NY or the surrounding areas; be sure to check out Little Vintage Rentals.  Our brass vessels are just a small bit of the vintage décor we offer.

This client paired our vintage trophies with the vases for a fun mix like below!

rent vintage trophy - photo by ryan muir

Send us an email!  We’d love to suggest some pairings of décor for your wedding or event.

rent vintage westchester - photo by ryan muir

Photographer:  Ryan Muir, Venue:  The Strand, Vintage Rentals: Little Vintage Rentals

 

Vintage Party Rentals: Centerpieces

Ali Harper and Blue-Eyed Yonder

Figuring out how to incorporate vintage party rentals at your wedding can be overwhelming when you read too many DIY tutorials and blog posts.  Therefore, we’ve gathered our favorite inspiration to help narrow down centerpiece ideas!   Here are some simple ways to incorporate our vintage party rentals at your New York City (or beyond) event!

Above this tarnished trophy is simply a showstopper!  Below, we love this rustic wood slices paired with a few vintage bottles and a sweet message to guests.

Rustic centerpiece inspiration

milk glass wedding centerpiece

Above, milk glass vases + compotes are such an easy way to display your favorite blooms in clusters and a little vintage floral china adds the perfect touch.  Below, DIY flowers in a floral tea tin are very romantic with candlelight!

Vintage centerpiece inspiration

Photography credits: Trophy:  Ali Harper Wood Rounds + Bottles: Whitney Neal  Milk Glass:  Christina McNeil  Tin: Blume Photography