VINTAGE CROCKERY HIRE – WHY?

Or envisage your beautiful flower arrangements set off in glittering glass vases of every shape and size atop beautiful lace ivory tablecloths. Vintage can mean elegant and timeless and can be done with only a few strategically placed pieces if you’re nervous of the whole vintage extravaganza. As much or as little as you like is the answer and I guarantee that your guests will be enchanted by those unique and special touches just as you will be.

I am well aware at Pretty Vintage that sometimes the hardest thing is to envisage how something will hang together. I had the same problem when

planning my own wedding day. Therefore I have compiled some images and ideas that may help you to choose just how far down the vintage path you wish to travel. Pretty Vintage can help you every step of the way and if there is something that you’re looking for which I don’t have in stock then I will do my best to find it for you. Any excuse to visit another auction or antique fair!
VINTAGE CROCKERY HIRE – WHY?

Your wedding day is that once in a lifetime chance to really display your personal style in every possible way. Not only do you get to choose the dress of your dreams but you can select each tiny detail from flowers to table favours to make it the one off occasion that you’ve always dreamed of. Now the problems start to arise as you begin to scour the internet and magazine articles for something different and unique so that your wedding doesn’t feel like every other. This is where Pretty Vintage, vintage crockery and accessories hire comes in. You may be someone who adores everything vintage and has already chosen a beautiful vintage dress, so you’re not going to need much convincing that pretty vintage mismatched cups and saucers or gorgeous flowery little wedding cake plates are going to look heavenly.

However you may be someone who has never considered vintage because you think it means ‘old’ and ‘dated’. Nothing could be further from the truth. Imagine a table set with sparkling silver cutlery, cut glass candlesticks and 1930’s Hollywood champagne saucers (think Ava Gardner or Grace Kelly)