Rent Brass candlestick holders for your wedding

If you are looking to create instant ambiance, add candlelight. Brass candlestick holders in all shapes and sizes add interest to any design. They are the perfect rental for your wedding.

Brass candlestick holders are available to rent in short (under 6 inches) and tall (over 6 inches). Each design is unique, making any arrangement, a one-of-a-kind design element at your big celebration! Your wedding reception table will thank you, rent candlestick holders! PRO TIP: Use good quality dripless candles like these.

Photo by Francesca Dominque Photography
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Rent teacups for your Bridal Shower!

Are you ready to celebrate your Bridal Shower with friends and family? The Grand Tea Party Package is for you! 28 delicate teacups and saucers in assorted vintage floral patterns add a touch of magic to any celebration.

One large vintage floral teapot is included in the Grand Tea Party package. Use it for decoration or serve guests hot water to make a cup of tea of their choice.

Also included are a choice of 8 bud vases for simple flowers. Whether it’s our vintage bottles or milk glass vases, these beauties add a touch of elegance to the table. Clip a few stems, add water and your table is party perfect!

Are you ready to elevate your New York or Westchester Bridal shower? Rent vintage teacups; they will be a conversation starter among guests.

Italian Hot Chocolate For Two

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Tis the season for warm beverages in our teacups!  One of our favorite treats is Italian hot chocolate.  It will delight chocolate lovers at your next event and looks oh so pretty served in vintage teacups!  Here is a quick recipe for two.

ITALIAN HOT CHOCOLATE RECIPE

Make: 2 cups of very thick, rich hot chocolate

Ingredients

2 cups of milk (whole milk preferred)
1 1/2 teaspoon of cornstarch
4 tablespoons of white sugar (if using semi-sweet chocolate, reduce to 2 tablespoons)
2/3 cup of chocolate chips
Optional Toppings include whipped cream and marshmallows

Directions

  1. Whisk together half of the milk and all of the cornstarch.
  2. Bring the other half of the milk and all of the sugar to low boil on stove.
  3. Add in the milk and cornstarch mixture while continuing to stir until smooth.
  4. Remove from heat and drop in chocolate.
  5. Stir until chocolate is completely melted.

Tip: Add additional milk to adjust thickness to taste. Recipe may call for trial and error depending on your personal sweet tooth and type of chocolate used. Have fun and top with marshmallows or whipped cream!

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Styling: Mandy Forlenza Sticos  / Photography:  Maria Doka / Vintage Teacups:  Little Vintage Rentals / Originally published on:  Best Friends for Frosting