How to make a vintage wedding – top tips
November 15, 2017
If you’re a vintage-loving bride-to-be, why not work a little of what you love into your wedding reception? Wedding Magazine shared their top tips for holding a vintage-themed wedding celebration…
Use your imagination
Vintage doesn’t necessarily mean teacups and bunting – you can create rustic, glam or luxurious vintage looks by using crystal, glassware, silverware or piles of old books.
Embrace your inner child
Use items from your childhood for a nostalgic twist – for example, old retro sweets served usherette-style in wooden crates, or a chill-out area of the marquee, complete with vintage board games to entertain the masses post-dinner.
Prep your props
Use larger props such a sewing machines or suitcases to add interest to specific areas and create zones in your reception venue.
Keep it simple
Less is sometimes more. A simple candelabra draped with pearls can make a gorgeous table centre when surrounded with masses of petals.
If you’re looking to achieve an era-themed, wedding make sure you do your research well and theme ever last detail including the font in your stationery.
Let your theme do the talking
Let the props speak for themselves and use accent pieces with single stem blooms rather than tight, fussy floral arrangements.
For help with anything vintage just give Mortons Vintage Hire a call – 02476 314 592