This was the wedding day of my adorable little sister-in-law. She has always been a free spirit and wanted an eclectic mix of boho meets shabby chic meets vintage. I think we nailed it. The decor at her wedding could have had a Pinterest page of its own!
It was all about the details at this wedding. Lets start out with the mix of jars and vintage tins scattered throughout the centre of her long tables.
Next lets talk about this small, yet very effective detail that she had on her long tables. You wouldn’t think that something this small would make such a difference, but it does! Im talking about the gold rimmed plates. Her wedding was so big that we didn’t have enough for everyone to have one so we switched out every second plate for a regular one from the caterers. And it added the perfect dash of sparkle.
Antlers are so rustic yet can be so chic. We collected as many as we could and scattered them everywhere! Placing them strategically along the centre planks of her long tables. As well as using some of the bigger antlers in more prominent spots like the centre of the head table.
Vintage books placed on guest book and coffee tables.
Chalkboards, frames,windows, all in gold or wood. She used chalkboards for all of her signs. We had one on the bar, the food table, at her ceremony, and on the head table. We used an old window and wrote instructions for her guestbook in the window panes!
Here is just some shots of our vintage rentals set in different seating areas.
I have saved the best for last in my opinion, THIS ARBOR. It was all hand made by her dad with some old wood he found. Which makes it extra special. She was defiantly not scared of flowers. She wanted them EVERYWHERE. As you can see she flooded this arbor with them. If you’re lucky, I might be able to get my hands on it for you to have at your wedding.;)
All in all you could say it was a beautiful wedding. Almost all of the pieces you’ve seen are available for rent through us. If you can’t find some items in our rental section, feel free to e-mail us to inquire and ask any questions! firstname.lastname@example.org