It is truly the accessories that can make an event really stand out. Whether it’s a glam barn wedding or a vintage garden party, little sparks of creativity really go a long way!
If you’re looking for additional vintage furniture or accessories for your event, our Vintage Prop Shoppe is worth a visit!
This birdcage veil from the rtisan Etsy designer is such a simple way to add a vintage touch, and the Swarovski crystals take it to another level!
The Pretty Blog has some amazingly creative invites that are available to print- for free! This vintage postage style is simple but makes a beautiful statement.
Martha Stewart Weddings featured a wedding that utilized adorable vintage typewriter keys as place card accents.
Ace Photography took some incredible shots of a vintage wedding at CJ’s Off The Square this summer! They integrated some vintage style with old typewriters and invitations and programs embossed with silhouettes of the bride and groom.
One of my favorite crafty vintage pieces is definitely the brooch bouquet. Although it can be heavier than flowers, it adds a personal touch to your special day, especially if the jewelry used is given to the bride by family or friends! For some tips on how to make one on your own, check out the Girly Wedding blog!