It’s no secret that I love flowers. I also love vintage vases + vessels to display them in. Here are my top 6 vintage centerpiece ideas for weddings! (above photo by Kate Ignatowski)
1. The Drinking Glass. Pressed glass goblets make a sweet addition to any table. They glow under candlelight + look great clustered together with different heights. (photo by Jen Huang)
2. The Brass Vessel. For those who are using gold as an accent color, there is no other way to go than a brass vessel or vase. Aged brass adds a richness to floral displays. (photo by Ciara Richardson)
3. The Colorful Tin. Sweet tea + candy tins add a splash of color and conversation to the table. Fill the tins with neutral flowers and greens for a calmer feeling or coordinating colors for a bright + bold look. (photo by Jana Morgan)
4. The Silver Vessel. Tarnished silver vessels give an heirloom quality to an event, as if you borrowed items from a grandmother. Silver pitchers, teapots + even small sugar bowls look great when used in an assortment together. (photo by Kate Ignatowski)
5. The Bottle. New or old, bottles in a variety of sizes and shapes act as simple yet sophisticated bud vases. Adding a tray or print napkin underneath adds some interest to the design. (photo by Justin + Mary)
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.
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!
Photography credits: Trophy: Ali Harper Wood Rounds + Bottles: Whitney Neal Milk Glass: Christina McNeil Tin: Blume Photography