Post # 1
We were originally planning our wedding in the distillery district downtown Toronto (which had a very vintage vibe to it), but our guest list has grown so we have changed venues. I was really hopinf for a vintage glam vibe to the decor… any suggestions on how to achieve this?
These are some of my ideas for the table centerpeices… do you think they will look funny in this space?
Reception Space from above
Reception from Below
Vintage Books & Tea Cups
Lace “charger” plates
I am worried that the vintage table decor wont be enough to get that whole vibe i am going for. I was thinking about having a candy bar…. but i dont know what else i can do to the room to give it the vibe i want maybe uplighting? I am also at a loss for ceremony decor. Any advice?
Post # 3
Your room is a totally blank slate, so I don’t think you will have a hard time getting a vintage vibe with the decor you showed. If you wanted to add more, what about a stack of vintage suitcases in a corner or using some ornate mirrors? I also think candles can do wonders for transforming a space. What about candles dripping with strands of pearls around the base or even pillar candles in bowls of loose (faux) pearls?
Post # 4
oooh i like the idea of the pearls and candles together…. How would i incorporate the Mirrors? What would you suggest?
Post # 5
i love the lace charger plate idea! 🙂
Post # 6
In the pics we have, it doesn’t look like you have any big blank empty spaces to do an arrangement of mirrors on the wall.
You could incorporate mirrors in your table numbers by replacing the glass in vintage looking picture frames with mirror or spraying the glass with mirror paint, then attaching atable number.
I think the fact that your room is blank slate will allow you to achieve any look you want. The chandeliers in particular fit right in.
You could build on the lace charger plate idea by using large paper doilies under clear galss or plastic chargers. If you write the guest’s name on the doily it also serves as their placecard.