Post # 1
I know that there are tons of vintage themed brides out there! What are your centerpieces going to be? I’m having thee hardest time finding anything that I really have fallen in love with. I am a Google Queen so I am constantly googling different centerpiece ideas but not finding anything I am head over heels for 🙁
Post # 3
Martha Stewart lace candle centerpieces…love them!
Post # 4
This may be more in the “rustic” category, but I’m finding vintage/antique tins to put parts of our centerpieces in. Here’s the link with photos I fell in love with – hope it helps a little!
Post # 5
My sister wants sort of a country vintage theme so we are going to do hers with this type of look all around the tables with lots of candles/candle sticks:
Post # 6
I am also struggling with this same thing and have also search google for about any possible option for vintage centerpieces and I seem to keep falling flat.
Post # 7
I used long tablkes so we had 2 centerpieces per table, and we used hydrangea in julep cups. The julep cups were from michaels.
On our smaller tables we used these vases, which were from the dollar tree. I added the cameos, which were also from dollar tree.
Post # 8
I did a lot of thrift store shopping and found different vases/pitchers and filled them with flowers. I put them on doilies from an antique store.
Post # 9
- Wedding: December 2010 - University of Toronto Faculty Club
@vistagirl: LOVE the cameos.
Post # 10
So I went to Salvation Army today and fell in love with some vintage tins. And then I came home and promptly googled “vintage tins wedding” and found some amazing looking centerpieces. I think I finally know what I’m going to use as centerpieces now (provided I am able to find 20-some vintage tins!!)
Post # 11
Love love love the tins!!! great finde!!!
Post # 12
@ChantelleyLace: I’m doing that, too! We’re using a mixture of tins and bottles, but putting baby’s breath in them. 🙂
Post # 13
So, for anyone caring/following this, lol, we’ve decided to use vintage tins, old pop bottles, and mason jars (which I will paint with transparent glass paint turquoise so they look like the antique jars). I’m so pumped about em’!
IVe included a pic of some of the tins I’ve assembled so far!
Post # 15
We are using milk glass vases (from thrift stores and yard sales) filled with pink hydrangeas. It is a very chic vintage feel.
Post # 16
we are going with a birdcage theme. something like these
or this with ivy twisted through the bars too
sorry for the huge pics