10 best place name ideas for your wedding.
Be creative with the place names for your wedding. Match them with the style or theme you have chosen for the day. If you’re style is rustic, why not use leaves or pine cones. For a vintage wedding, old style keys with name tags look fabulous. Love this cup and saucer. These could double as your wedding favours, just pop a note on the tables to let your guests know to take these home.
Here are some more ideas we have put together, enjoy.
Images shared from pinterest.
Here at Vintage China Hire we cater for all types of weddings. Jennifer approached us looking to add a few vintage touches to her wedding at the lovely Tankerstown House. They were happy to do the styling themselves and we were happy as always to supply the props.
Having choosing the perfect venue Jennifer wanted to complement it with the right styling. The china on the table looked amazing along with some vintage framed table numbers.
Love this collection of framed photographs remembering their parents weddings, also friends and relatives who could not be with them on their big day.
Wowed their quests with a fab desert table and wedding cake.
Rustic lanterns lighting the entrance to this charming old world venue.
Our thanks to David and Jennifer for sharing these images with us.
All the best for a long and happy future.
We were delighted to be invited by the wedding team at The Village At Lyons to help with their style shoot to launch their stunning new venue. This new venue is perfect for smaller more intimate weddings.
Downton Abbey was our inspiration for this shoot so we added a little old world charm with china as place setting and our exquisite selection of silver and cut glass for floral displays.
Images by Blackbird Boulevard Photography.
A fabulous vintage tea party reception is a great way to greet your guests on arrival at your wedding venue. Hiring the china is only the first step then you need to think about styling the table keep it simple yet eye-catching. Dress the table with lace to keep with the vintage theme. Add a little height with some candles and raising a display of some of your special pieces of china off the table. Your food can be as extravagant or a simple as you like. From dainty sandwiches, cupcakes and macaroons to naked cakes. Display these on some vintage cake stands for a truly afternoon tea experience.