One of my most popular blog posts on my previous lifestyle blog was about my own vintage inspired bridal shower. Since it was quite a few years ago, I thought I’d re-imagine the event and gather some images of inspiration for a vintage inspired bridal shower. The image above is a great example of simple accent decor with vintage books and a vintage scale adorned with fresh roses. (photo by Tillie and Rose) Below is a simple place setting with a vintage embroidered napkin and fresh sprig of lavender. (via Snippet and Ink / photo by Studio Castilero)
Above, I adore the idea of renting mismatched teacups and saucers but the stand out in this photo is the amazing chalkboard art! (via Style Me Pretty / Anna Delores Photography/ Dish Wish Rentals) Below, a simple cake on a rustic crate adorned by a few blooms in vintage bottles is my idea of a sweet addition. (Diana Marie Photography)
I love the look and feel of this floral accent above. It’s like a vintage garden indoors; perfect for an impromptu photo backdrop! (Via Grey Likes / Photography: To Wander and Seek ) And last but not least every shower needs a memento of thanks. Nothing is quite as vintage or authentic as a fabric wrapped gift. (Via The Lane / Photography: Foraged in The North)
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.
I just had to share a few photos that photographer Fiona Melder captured at Purslane Catering‘s recent luncheon at 501 Union. We were so happy to see our mismatched floral plates, three tier china stands, salt + pepper shakers + clear pressed glass goblets adorning the grand wood table. Starling on Bond provided some lovely flowers + styling too. Beautiful set up everyone!
Photography: Fiona Melder, Catering: Purslane, Venue: 501 Union, Rentals: Little Vintage Rentals, Flowers + Styling: Starling on Bond
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!
I am so happy to announce we have a collection of gold accented china for rent. We’ve started with dinner plates and can accommodate a party of 50 guests at this time. This collection is perfect for a bridal shower, baby shower or intimate gathering. It also mix and matches nicely with our mid century collection as well!