Here are our top choices…
Rustic Wood Signs
These signs can be customized and will add personality to your decor. Adding a fabulous timber element works with most design styles and is quite affordable. Usually these are handwritten with paint or have a removable vinyl sticker. Best thing is, you can just about write whatever you like. Place a sign at the entrance to welcome guests, at the reception space to direct guests, or display at the bar showcasing your signature drink.
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Bold, beautiful, personalized and oversized. These backdrops are usually printed with romantic quotes and are gorgeous once they are in place. The lightweight fabric is easy to hang and can be used as a backdrop at the ceremony, hung behind the head-table, or can serve as a photobooth background. An incredible way to display your vows, favourite love song, passage, or your names for all of your guests to see.
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Love love love antique mirrors (especially gold ones)! They can be used as wedding seating charts, menus, schedules, or welcome signs. You can even add handwritten or vinyl calligraphy to smaller mirrors and display them on your guest signing table, entrance table, or even use as table numbers.
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Gorgeous right?! There is nothing more lovely than a two person sweetheart table. They are small, intimate, and really put all of the focus on the Bride and Groom. They are always dreamy no matter what the design.
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We adore hanging drapery in unconventional ways; they are not just beautiful accents to ceremony arches but also whimsical additions to the dessert table, entrance ways, and add a romantic flare to high ceilings.
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Vintage Mobile Ice Cream Bar
A wedding cake is not the only dessert being served at weddings these days. Candy bars, popcorn stations, and donut walls have been trending but if we had to do it all over again, we would hire a vintage mobile ice cream station. Now doesn’t that sound like fun?! Honestly, nothing goes better with cake than ice cream. It’s the perfect after dinner treat because it will appeal to ALL of your guests due to the variety of flavours.
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Lighting installations can add industrial or vintage vibes to your space. They look old-fashioned and are THE hottest trend right now. They are not only fun and fresh but can turn the space into a fairytale-like atmosphere.
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Antique Furniture and Décor
Eclectic, mix & match vintage pieces create a recipe for pretty when styled together properly. Modern shabby & chic gets us every time. It’s all about curating a delicate mix of homey and modern. Great for photo booth props, lounge areas, and sweetheart table.
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The more the merrier. Candles offer the prettiest and most romantic lighting option. Candles can be used as centerpieces, can be used for lining your ceremony aisle, and can be used to fill in every other open space. There can never be too many candles; candles are conventional although when mixed with the right greens and colour palettes, they can create an impressive WOW factor. If you’re not permitted to have real flames at your wedding, battery operated can be just as lovely; the flickering flames offer an amber glow and can be just as flattering.
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Vintage White Milk Glass
A unique way to use these nostalgic vases would be to line up single-stem vases along the harvest table or bunch them together into sets of three or five for a flawless centrepiece. These delicate beauties make both single-stemmed florals and bridal party bouquets even more breathtaking. Different shapes, different styles, and different heights look exquisite.
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Above all, if you have been inspired by any of our favourites then we’ve done our job. Any of these top picks would add an impressive element to your wedding, whatever your theme may be.
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