Same goes for frames and mirrors. You can use vintage frames to display old family photos (what’s more vintage than that?!) or use vintage mirrors as seating charts, menus, or table numbers. Photo by Heidi at Our Labor of Love| via Ruffled Blog
Vintage book pages, postcards and sheet music make for great table runners, settings, and decor. Use it liberally! You can also incorporate them into your wedding invitation design to keep the theme going. Photo by Frost Photography | via Elizabeth Anne Designs
A hand-painted floral wedding cake lends a definite vintage feel (it also works great in a more rustic setting!)
Vintage wedding ideas aren’t hard to find these days, but it’s sorting through ALL the options that can get a bit draining! So, we combed the internet looking for our favorite vintage wedding ideas to save you a bit of time. 🙂
These 21 vintage wedding ideas could easily work for a daytime garden wedding, a rustic barn wedding, or even a black-tie loft wedding. From cloches to pocket watches, parasols and sheet music, there’s a little something here for every bride and budget.
Are you planning a vintage-themed wedding? Tell us a few of your vintage wedding ideas in the comments section, below!
Tea cups, pots, and tins scream vintage, which means you should definitely consider having at least ONE of these at your wedding for a vintage touch. By the way, tea tins (with tea in them) also make great wedding favors!
Accessories are a great way to add a vintage flare to your wedding. Having the groomsmen wear vests or vintage pocket-watches or bridesmaids carrying parasols is a fun touch, and of course a vintage hair accessory always looks gorgeous.
Lace, lace, and more lace. Seriously, don’t forget the lace!
Vintage book pages, postcards and sheet music make for great table runners, settings, and decor. Use it liberally! You can also incorporate them into your wedding invitation design to keep the theme going.