12 Ways to Incorporate Vintage Decor into Your Wedding
April 10, 2013
A wedding sprinkled with vintage pretties is one of our favorite kind here at SMP. There is something so gosh darn charming + romantic about finding treasures from another time and place that make our hearts skip a beat. Whether it's a touch of vintage lace to dress up a tablescape or a vintage typewriter paired with love letters for a guest book table, these lovely details become a part of a new story and this sweet round up is sure to inspire yours.
1. Dress up your dessert table and sweet treats with a pretty vintage cake stand! (Cake stand: Pretty Vintage Table | Photography: Debbie Walton)

2. Place authentic milk crates throughout as accent decor to hold rich greenery or warm throws for an outdoor soirée. (Crate: Opihi Love | Photography: Trish Barker Photography)

3. A vintage suitcase at the reception entry makes for a lovely card holder. (Suitcase: Archive Rentals | Photography: Sun & Sparrow Photography)

4. Spice up the seating with an ornate vintage couch and colorful throw pillows. (Couch: Opihi Love | Photography: Trish Barker Photography)

5. Vintage vessels, like demijohns, milk glass or an old pitcher are perfect for holding your pretty petals. (Glass jar: Found Rentals | Photography: Ryan Ray)

6. We love vintage books as decor! Place a few on the guest book table with a few random florals. (Books: Hazlitt Vintage Rentals | Photography: A Simple Photograph)
7. Handmade favors are the best. Wrap jars of jam or honey with vintage fabric and a sweet tag. (Strawberry Preserve Favors: My Darling Heart | Photography: Images with Love)

8. Try using vintage frames to add a bit of playfulness to your wedding photography! (Frames: Unearthed Vintage | Photography: Michelle March Photography)

9. + 10. Our hearts throb for gorgeous mismatched table settings, linens and vintage glassware. (Table settings + glassware: Chairished Vintage Rentals | Photography: Laura Murray Photography)

11. + 12. For a bit of color at an al fresco wedding, hang a handmade hankie banner. Or, pop a mini message banner on top of your cake! (Banners: Pretty Vintage Table | Photography: Debbie Walton)